With the value of the UK clothing market set to soar over the next five years, and consumers taking more of an interest in the origin and qu...
Online fashion retailer Asos is a structural winner in apparel retail, analysts believe, despite the group issuing a profit warning earlier...
An unexpected profit warning from retailer Asos highlights, analysts suggest, one of the pitfalls of the economic recovery - and will likely shock an industry that has become accustomed to stories of success from the online fashion firm.
Eastern Europe was one of the world's biggest opportunities for apparel retailers in 2012. But despite the region's overall glowing prospects compared to its Western European counterpart, closer analysis by Euromonitor International highlights a marked intra-regional divergence.
The recent garment factory tragedies in Bangladesh are pushing the industry towards a tipping point - as consumers call for increased sustainability and information about where their clothes come from, according to speakers at the recent Source Sustainability Summit.
Featured reports from just-style's research store this week include a look at temperature control fabrics, a profile of outdoor clothing firm Patagonia, and a company briefing on online apparel retailer Asos.
Online fashion retailer Asos seems to be coasting through the retail slump with two main selling points - Internet and celebrity. Joe Ayling interviews Asos CEO Nick Robertson to find out more.
The Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) says demand for more sustainable cotton is on the rise, with Swedish retailer H&M and sportswear giants Adidas and Nike leading the field in its 'Better Cotton league'.
Online fashion retailer Asos has made a strong start to the year with a 36% hike in first-quarter revenue, and says it will invest more in expansion after upping its sales guidance for the full year.
Many of the key themes that dominated the European retail scene in 2016 are expected to continue into this year, analysts believe, as retailers prepare for more currency headwinds, unseasonal weather, a continued shift to e-commerce and whatever hurdles Brexit will bring.
The majority of large apparel brands are ignoring the "endemic" abuse of Syrian refugees in Turkish clothing factories supplying European retailers, a new report has found.
Asos saw its share price fall this morning (18 October) as the online retailer revealed a 31% fall in full-year earnings on costs related to the exit of its China business and trademark infringement disputes.
UK-based online fashion retailer Asos has an opportunity to capitalise on the growth of the US apparel market by investing in pricing, its product range and local fulfilment infrastructure, analysts believe.
Asos is to pay more than GBP20m (US$26.7m) to two European retailers over an alleged trademark infringement on their names following a six-year battle with the online fashion retailer.
Online fashion retailer Asos has reported strong third-quarter results, adjusting its full-year sales outlook to the higher end of guidance and reaffirming its commitment to reinvestment.
Online fashion retailer Asos has delivered a better than expected first-half performance, and said it will focus on reinvesting cost savings back into the business, particularly logistics, in order to drive further growth.
In a recent survey of 6,000 consumers by retail analysts Conlumino, Sainsbury's topped the poll as the nation's favourite fashion retailer. We take a look at some of the other shops who came out on top.
Analysts have voiced their disappointment at the latest Asos trading update, which saw the online fashion retailer lower its full-year profit forecast.
The investment strategy implemented by Asos should place it in a stronger position, analysts believe, after the online fashion retailer revealed declining first-half earnings but stronger sales growth.
In what it thought to be one of Europe’s largest logistics deals, online fashion retailer Asos has signed a GBP100m (US$155.5m) three-year contract covering the management of its worldwide distribution centre.
UK online clothing retailer Asos has appointed former Marks & Spencer executive Ian Dyson as a senior independent and non-executive director.
Asos executive director of product and trading, Kate Bostock, has resigned from the online retailer after just six months in the role.
JD Sports Fashion has named Gwynn Milligan managing director of its Bank fashion stores, replacing Peter Alecock who has been promoted to group commercial operations director.
Clothing retailers met with UK government representatives yesterday (3 July) to discuss ways to improve their supply chains following the collapse of the Rana Plaza apparel factory building in Bangladesh earlier this year.
Companies representing more than a third of UK clothing sales have signed the Sustainable Clothing Action Plan (SCAP) 2020 Commitment, a scheme that will see them work together to reduce the environmental footprint of clothing.
H&M-owned fashion brand Monki has teamed up with UK-based online clothing retailer Asos to sell its merchandise globally.
Online clothing retailer Asos has recorded continued strong growth, driven by good momentum both in the UK and internationally.
Online fashion retailer Asos has confirmed it has recalled a number of belts after they were found to be radioactive.
Online fashion retailer Asos has posted another half of strong profit and sales growth, and confirmed plans to launch a dedicated website in China.
Asos international director Jon Kamaluddin is to leave the online clothing retailer at the end of the year after nine years with the business.
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