Travel inspired kidswear brand Tea Collection has opened its first physical store at Santana Row in San Jose, California. Until now, the brand’s products were sold via its e-commerce and selected retailers. The retail space will be open seven days a week during regular mall operating hours.“Opening […]

The Toronto based sustainable fashion brand KOTN is expanding beyond Canadian borders with a brand new store in New York. Started in 2015 by Rami Helali, Mackenzie Yeates and Ben Sehl, the elevated basics company has built a reputation on offering durable activewear made from Egyptian cotton. But as […]

Japanese designer Yohji Yamamoto has launched an English-language one-stop webstore for all of his brands, called ‘The Shop Yohji Yamamoto’. The fashion house’s e-commerce will feature web-only brand S'yte, Yohji Yamomoto Produce, which reproduces his signature hits, genderless Ground Y line, casual […]

Salvatore Ferragamo has launched a store on the Chinese platform JD.com. The store features footwear, leather goods, silk and accessories, including limited-edition Flower Heel flat shoes, available exclusively at JD.com. In a statement, JD.com also informed that shoppers who buy Salvatore Ferragamo’s […]

H&M has entered the Ukrainian market. The fast fashion brand’s very first store in the country opened last Saturday, August 18. Spanning over 2900 square meters, the store offers a selection of fashion and accessories for men, women and kids, as well as homeware items from the brand H&M Home. “We have […]

One country’s woes are a luxury shopper’s gain. As Turkey fights for its sliding lira, international luxury shoppers are taking advantage of its attractive prices for designer goods. Queues outside Chanel and Louis Vuitton this week saw Chinese, Middle Eastern and a plethora of nationalities hoping […]

Swedish fast-fashion giant, H&M is stepping up its online shopping game for US customers. The e-commerce makeover comes just weeks after H&M was ranked as the most popular online fashion retailer in a internet data search conducted by SEMrush. Notable changes for the US shopping experience includes […]

London - Lack of communication from retailers following consumers returning items is causing “chaos” according to new research from returns management platform ReBound, and risks shoppers turning elsewhere for future sales. The report, which questioned 1,000 UK shoppers, revealed that 49 percent of […]

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