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ASOS Sales

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ASOS, the British online fashion and beauty store, announced that their sales have increased with 30% in the past four months to June.

One of the reasons that led to such a growth was the decision to close their loss-making Chinese business. They are now looking forward to investing £2 million in other …

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Diversity Highlighted In Marc Jacobs Campaign

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American fashion stylist Marc Jacobs has released his latest eclectic campaign for Autumn 2016, and has received widespread praise for responding to the diversity problems in the fashion industry once again.

It is an industry that has been commonly criticised for lack of diversity within models, and there has been calls for some …

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Brand Engagement Has Never Been More Important For the Digital Marketplace

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Digitally-engaged shoppers are bigger spenders in-store, according to a new report, Digital Frontier 2016: Digital Luxury is turning Mainstream. The research by Contactlab in partnership with Exane BNP Paribas suggests that digitally-contactable consumers account for more than a quarter of in-store sales by revenue and nearly three quarters of all e-commerce revenue in the luxury …

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Team GB Kit for 2016 Rio Olympics Revealed

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As the 2016 Rio Olympics approaches, Stella McCartney has unveiled what our prized athletes will be wearing when to they take to the track or the pool this summer.

Both kits for Team GB and Paralympics GB feature a brand new heraldic coat of arms, something which Stella McCartney describes as “so distinctively …

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Tesco and Julien MacDonald Team Up To Create New Range of Reusable Bags

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Supermarket giant and fashion retailer, Tesco is collaborating with British designer, Julien MacDonald OBE with a view to creating a trendy, new reusable bag for use on the high street. It comes following the introduction of the 5p plastic carrier bag across all major stores in the UK and is hope to further incentivise the …

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Two Thirds of Online Shoppers are “Serial Returners”, Suggests New Report

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A new study has found that as many as two thirds of all online shoppers send back at least one item of clothing for every order they make. It’s been suggested that that convenience of e-commerce, paired with what is often a free returns service, has fostered a culture of serial returners whereby shoppers are …

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