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Spanish label Hoss Intropia back on the market with Tendam

Spanish label Hoss Intropia back on the market with Tendam

The Spanish label, bought by Tendam in late 2019, will be available at 20 Cortefiel and Pedro del Hierro stores from March 1. With Alejandra Valero in charge of design, it is aiming to generate 50% of its sales online.
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H&M, IKEA and Stora Enso backed TreeToTextile builds sustainable fibre demo plant

H&M, IKEA and Stora Enso backed TreeToTextile builds sustainable fibre demo plant

A venture part-owned by Finnish forestry group Stora Enso, H&M and IKEA said on Tuesday it was set to build a demonstration plant in Sweden for a new, more sustainable wood-based textile fibre after years of research.
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Skinnydip dives into AI-powered merchandising and A/B testing to boost online sales

Skinnydip dives into AI-powered merchandising and A/B testing to boost online sales

It took the pandemic to shift all sales operations online. So clothing, lifestyle and accessories retailer Skinnydip London introduced automated merchandising and A/B testing technology to boost its digital operations.
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Joules buys Garden Trading to broaden product offer and customer base

Joules buys Garden Trading to broaden product offer and customer base

​Joules said on Tuesday that it has acquired The Garden Trading Company Limited, a digitally-led retailer of home and garden products “inspired by the British countryside and lifestyle trends”.
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Target and Levi's launch limited-edition home and apparel collection

Target and Levi's launch limited-edition home and apparel collection

Priced from $3 to $150 with most items under $25, the collection includes home items like tableware, quilts and pillows, pet apparel and accessories, as well as apparel like Levi's trucker jackets and sleepwear. 
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Boohoo buys Debenhams for £55m, marks big move into beauty, home

Boohoo buys Debenhams for £55m, marks big move into beauty, home

Boohoo on Monday confirmed that it has bought the Debenhams brand for £55m. It will use it to move into beauty and homewares, extend its own brand offering, operate a giant online marketplace and grow internationally.
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Creative energy, sophisticated design mark end of Milan Fashion Week Men

Creative energy, sophisticated design mark end of Milan Fashion Week Men

The Milan Fashion Week ended on a note both optimistic and a tad zany, the collections by Dima Leu, Magliano, A-Cold-Wall*, JieDa and Les Hommes swinging between chic minimalism and cheerful creativity.
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Mango to diversify by launching homeware line

Mango to diversify by launching homeware line

The Spanish fashion retailer is adapting to the new normal of lockdowns and remote working, and is set to extend its product range into the home linen and home decoration categories in Q2.
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Spain’s fashion sector closes 2020 with a 39.8% drop in sales

Spain’s fashion sector closes 2020 with a 39.8% drop in sales

Following a “genuine disaster”, the Spanish Textile Trade Association is not optimistic about its January sales as shoppers remain reluctant to buy clothes, fearing that they will not have the chance to wear them.
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Online marketplace Jane secures $40 million in funding

Online marketplace Jane secures $40 million in funding

The Lehi, Utah-based boutique marketplace for womenswear, accessories, home decor and children’s fashion announced on Tuesday that it has received a $40 million growth investment from Tritium Partners.
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H&M Group unveils radically different Singular Society membership brand

H&M Group unveils radically different Singular Society membership brand

​H&M Group has soft-launched an interesting new venture with Singular Society, a first-of-its-kind members brand that gives those who sign up “access to uncompromised life essentials at the price they cost to make”.
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Reborn Cath Kidston reopens Piccadilly, London flagship

Reborn Cath Kidston reopens Piccadilly, London flagship

​As non-essential shops in England open on Wednesday after the latest lockdown, Cath Kidston is making it an even more momentous occasion as the company is returning to London with the reopening of its global flagship.
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IKEA investment arm in talks to buy city-centre retail property in big European cities

IKEA investment arm in talks to buy city-centre retail property in big European cities

IKEA's Ingka Investments is in talks to buy commercial property in prime locations in several big European cities after it finalised its first-ever such acquisition last month, its managing director said.
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Urban Outfitters/Anthropologie link with Klarna ahead of peak Europe trading

Urban Outfitters/Anthropologie link with Klarna ahead of peak Europe trading

Lifestyle retail brands Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie have partnered with shopping and payments provider Klarna for their online stores across Europe.
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Calvin Klein names Nike exec Jessica Lomax as global head of design

Calvin Klein names Nike exec Jessica Lomax as global head of design

Lomax will lead the brand's global design strategy, provide creative direction across all areas of the business and will be responsible for defining and strengthening all product categories, among other responsibilities.
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Salon Art + Design looks to print in face of Covid cancellation

Salon Art + Design looks to print in face of Covid cancellation

While the art market has endured the successive cancellation of major contemporary art fairs, Salon Art + Design is launching a luxurious magazine in lieu of holding its ninth edition live in New York.
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