The e-commerce war will continue, as digital players strive to become the platform of choice for both consumers and fashion companies. Source: Youtube, BoF, McKinsey

It looks like slower online spending in the build-up to Christmas this year won’t deter people from spending big on the day itself. This year’s spending on Christmas day in the UK is set

Online returns in the UK are predicted to increase by 27.3 percent in the next five years and hit a total of 5.6 billion pounds by 2023, a new study by data and analytics company GlobalData reveals.

High street retailer River Island is set to launch a new online shop dedicated to third-party menswear brand at the end of the month. The move comes as the fast-fashion retailer aims to cash-in on a

The H&M Group is turning its focus on increasing its online presence after failing to reach its expected sales target for the end of January. Analysts noted that H&M late response to the shi

London - Burberry has launched a new global partnership with luxury e-commerce platform Farfetch, to further expand the British fashion house's international distribution to 150 countries. The new pa

London - Morrisons is set to launch its own-brand clothing range Nutmeg online via its own dedicated e-commerce platform this autumn. From September onwards, shoppers will be able to purchase Nutmeg

London - John Lewis reported one of its most ‘promising’ Black Friday’s to date, as an average of 705 units were purchased per minute via between 9 am and 10 am on the

Mobile phones and tablets are now responsible for more online sales in Britain than traditional desktop or laptop computers, the IMRG Capgemini Quarterly Benchmarking report showed. In the key holida

Department store House of Fraser is partnering with e-commerce product placement platform Elevaate to allow brands to bid for digital shelf positioning on its website. An initial trial allowed a sel

Christmas 2015 has been called the “online Christmas” as consumers using the Internet to buy presents drove non-food retail sales to increase in December by 15.1 percent, compared to 2014

More and more retailers across the globe are tapping into the opportunities of mobile commerce - but the majority of them have yet to fully understand and counteract the fraud risks than come with m-

Dutch multi-fashion retailer The Sting has launched its first webstore in the UK, following the opening of its flagship store at Piccadilly Circus in 2011 and its second store opening in Westfield S

Online clothing sales were up 32 percent in November, the largest increase in 14 years on the month-on-month IMRG Capgemini e-retail sales index. Clothing sales were up 21 percent against the same mo

According to a new report by UCAS Media, university students in the UK are morelikely to head to the high street to purchase items of clothing (70 percent) rather than going on an online shopping spr

High street giant House of Fraser is to address its online positioning as it has hired former Asos senior SEO managerJamie Peach. House of Fraser has created a new role for Peach as head of organic s

The Chinese online market is rapidly growing. In 2012, it generated a turnover of 39 billion euros and experts predict that amount will have tripled by 2016. However, only 41 percent of all luxury br

New research shows that over half of UK consumers rate their experiences in physical stores as better than online. Research firm, Arc UK, conducted a detailed analysis of the shopping habits of 2000

After a year plagued with online successful ventures within the fashion and retail markets, new research has forecast that the online fashion retail industry will flourish throughout 2011. According

It might be censorship, but the online culture is taking off in China and rapidly catching up with Western economies. As a matter of fact, the digital vehicle is the preferred one for all of those Ch

The big fashion houses are finding their niche online, reports the BBC. Not so long ago, it was only in the world's most prestigious shopping streets where shoppers could buy designer products. These

UK adults are the most likely of all European countries to buy online. In 2009, a higher percentage of UK adults bought or ordered goods and services over the Internet in the previous 12 months than

Online Christmas shopping is set to soar, and £1.4 million was spent online on Monday at 13:43 in just one minute. The busiest minute for online retail sales saw a 61% like-for-like increase on

IMRG predicts that Monday 7th December will be the busiest online shopping day this year as shoppers look to beat the recession by going online to bag the bargains this Christmas by spending a total

Almost all of us will be shopping online for Christmas presents this year, according to a new survey by eDigitalResearch and IMRG. The results of the latest e-Customer Service Index (eCSI) reveal tha

Discounting on the high street is affecting the growth in online spending, reported the Financial Times. In new research by IMRG, internet sales rose just 1.9 per cent between August and September as

UK consumers are embracing the trend in using online discount vouchers, with searches growing by 48% in the past year, according to Hitwise. Searches for discount vouchers on Google show a 67% jump i

Online shoppers spent more on the web in January than in any previous January, figures show. Some £4.5bn was spent last month, a 75% rise compared with January last year, said industry body the