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London, England - 24 February 2017 : People Walking And Shopping Around Oxford Street, The Major Roa

Oxford Street London pedestrian mall plan

Part of Oxford Street London is set to be closed to traffic turning one of the world’s busiest retail strips into a pedestrian zone.

Michael Kors handbag

Michael Kors Asia sales soar 30 per cent

Michael Kors Asia sales soared 30.4 per cent in the second quarter.

Icebreaker

Timberland parent buys New Zealand’s Icebreaker

US-based global fashion brand owner VF Corporation has bought New Zealand’s Icebreaker Holdings.

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Debenhams to launch in-store fitness centres

British retailer, Debenhams is to trial in-store fitness centres with gym specialist Sweat! as its partner, in three of its locations.

Burberry

Christopher Bailey to depart Burberry after 17 years

Christopher Bailey is to depart from Burberry after 17 years as its creative head.

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Asda CEO replaced as poor results continue

Sean Clarke’s short spell as Asda CEO is about to come to an end.

True Religion jeans

True Religion undergoes resurrection

US denim brand True Religion has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after just four months.

Amazon

Amazon sales surge on Wholefoods acquisition

E-commerce giant increases pace of growth.

Toys keyboard button 3D rendering on computer

Online redefining UK toys and games market

The UK toys and games market will grow 16.2 per cent over the next five years, reaching a total value of £4.9 billion.

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Bershka SoHo pop-up covers two floors

A Bershka SoHo pop-up which opened its doors this week covers two stories of a previously empty retail space.

Arket Germany

H&M Germany opens first Arket store

H&M Germany has opened the nation’s first Arket store.

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Nordstrom drops possibility of going private, for now

Upscale retailer halts plans, US retail sales improve.

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