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Pure London is set to open its Autumn/Winter 2018-2019 edition under its new theme 'We are London' this Sunday. Running from February 11th to 13th at London Olympia, the fashion trade show will pres

London - Yuan Yafei, the chairman of Sanpower Group and owner of House of Fraser, is calling on Prime Minister Theresa May to give a "definite signal" concerning what type of Brexit deal the governme

The British Retail Consortium has released new evidence that highlights the importance to UK consumers of maintaining the benefits of trade deals that the EU has negotiated with other countries, espe

London - Although Brexit maybe weighing heavy on UK brands and retailers across the nation, new research indicates that international shoppers are unlikely to be deterred by the UK's exit from the Eu

With Brexit negotiations ongoing and set to continue until 2019, new data from Rotageek has revealed that 58 percent of the retailers surveyed believe Brexit will negatively impact their organisation

Nearly three fashion seasons have passed since the British voted to leave the European Union, with the industry suffering a much-documented decline since that eponymous day in June 2016. Up until now

British fashion retailer Jigsaw has included a positive message concerning immigration in its new AW 17 campaign. Under the title “Jigsaw Loves Immigration” the fashion brand celebrates

Following Prime Minster Theresa May’s Brexit speech in Florence, where she called for a move to back a transition period, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has praised her for recognising con

International visitors who come to the UK to shop favour Britain over any other European retail destination. According to new research from Premier Tax Free, a global tax refund provider, data shows

London - Apparel and footwear prices in the UK increased last month according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Clothing prices grew 0.9 percent in July compared to June, as

The number of full-time jobs in retail fell by 3.3 percent in the second quarter of 2017, compared with the same period a year ago, according to research from the British Retail Consortium. The retai

The impact of the EU Referendum vote on consumer footfall and shopping centre spend is said to be on the rebound according to the latest figures from CRM platform and mobile loyalty provider Coniq. H

London - Britain is set to keep duty-free access to its markets for goods from nearly 50 countries once it has left the European Union. 48 countries, including Bangladesh, Sierra Leone and Haiti, are

London - While the country remains torn on Theresa May's plans for a hard Brexit, one silver lining to the outcome of the national referendum can be seen in the demand for local manufacturing. Manufa

PODCAST: In this monthly Style Friday podcast series by Euromonitor International, we will have a closer look at challenges of UK fashion retailers with Research Analysts, Pia Ostermann and Kseniia

London - It seems as if consumers fears concerning increased prices for fashion goods as coming true as Karen Millen is one of the first British fashion retailers to raise their prices in response to

As the outcome of the Brexit remains uncertain, UK consumers are bracing themselves for an expensive future. 83 percent of Brits are concerned prices may increase on goods and services soon, with 26

The British Retail Consortium has launched its post-Brexit Tariff Roadmap for the next Government, highlighting Britain’s current import trade relationships, as well as the short-term risks and

The British high street has had something to endure of late. A slump after Brexit, relentless store closures, a surge in online shopping, an increase in minimum wage and pricy business rates to top i

GfK’s long-running Consumer Confidence Index remains stable at -6 in March. This is good news for retailers as the era of Brexit nearing hasn't yet had a greater negative impact in comparison w

London - The UK Style and Textile association has reached out to the fashion community to inform brands and retailers it is working across government to help secure the best possible outcome for th

Theresa May this week made her long awaited speech about triggering Article 50 to initiate the UK's divorce from Europe. For British fashion brands, retailers and businesses in general, there are eno

New Look owner Brait has decided to drop its plans to get listed on the London Stock Exchange owing to “light of the uncertainty” following Brexit, Retail Gazette reports. Brait though fo

Post-Brexit price rises will not deter British consumers from buying premium brands, according to new findings from the Centre for Retail Research and Rakuten Marketing. The research reveals that 61

Yankeemagazines Business Intelligence analyses the evolution of retail sales of textile, clothing and accessories in Europe which, after twelve bumpy months in 2016, don’t seem to get any better.

Yankeemagazines has mapped out those countries in Europe which apparel retailers have suffered the most the consequences of terrorism, Brexit and the ‘Amazon effect’. Yankeemagazines Busines

Over the first nine months of fiscal 2016, fashion and apparel retailers in Europe have been fighting many battles in order to turn their retail sales into if not successful, at least sustainable st

The British fashion industry kicked off its seasonal showcase Friday urging the government not to damage a thriving sector by cutting immigration and trade ties with the European Union after Brexit.

London - With the start of the Chinese New Year kicking off on Friday, the UK is expected to see an influx of tourists coming from abroad to celebrate the year of the Rooster. But retailers in London

Figures published by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) on Tuesday showed how sales at both online and brick and mortar stores in the UK rose the most for six months in the four weeks to 30 July. T