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0 0 All Saints in investment talks It has 25 per cent in discount retailer Peacocks. Image: All Saints Source: FT©  

0 0 Fashionistas flock to Merry Hill's celeb-inspired catwalk shows The shows marked the end of the centre's campaign to find fashion fans who go the extra mile to emulate their style icon – after a recent poll carried out at the mall revealed 32 per cent of women would like to look like popstar and X Factor judge Cheryl Cole and most men questioned said...  

0 0 BMW launches the 650i Cabriolet, with the bigger picture in mind It's also been a strong year for the Müncheners with an 8 per cent rise in sales last year compared to 2009. Gilbert made mention of the i sub-brand, covered here at Lucire on launch day, and its alternative drivetrains. It was quite different from most launches: while BMW was obviously keen...  

0 0 All Saints in investment talks It has 25 per cent in discount retailer Peacocks. Image: All Saints Source: FT©  

0 0 Technology entices shoppers: Lighting up the high streetComparing high street retailers' priorities on technology investment with customer desires, the research found 68 per cent of shoppers are excited about prospects for technology to revolutionise their shopping experience. The results highlight demands amongst retailers and customers for the...  

0 0 Charity calendar brings 1940s' pin-up style into the 2010s In the midst of creating this work, Christchurch was affected by its February 22 earthquake; therefore, a further 1,000 have been printed with 100 per cent of all funds being donated to both the original charity and one relating to the 'quake. Calendars are available for pre-ordering from...  

0 0 Fashion helps The event, held at His Majesty's Theatre, celebrated the launch of designer Indian label Gopi Vaid into the Australian market with 20 per cent of profits from each garment sold on the night going towards buying Granston a prosthetic limb. The label was discovered by Perth-raised Kathryn...  

0 0 Alexander Wang Woos Reporter By Wearing Shirt Backwards Casual but startlingly confident, it's a gesture that's 100 per cent Alexander Wang. How, exactly, does one casually but confidently do such a thing? Only Alexander Wang knows. Clearly we kid, but Wang does share some nice anecdotes about his upbringing and his current fancy-schmancy...  

0 0 Retail Employment slow over next quarter5 per cent year-on-year, the equivalent to losing 10,300 full-time jobs compared to 2009. With retail one of the industries expected to soak up job losses created by swinging public sector cuts, Robertson has called on the government to ease burdens on business and focus on growth in the  

0 0 A honey theme drives Louis Vuitton's windows As Louis Vuitton tells it: '35 per cent of food resources in the world are insured by nectar- and pollen-gathering insects.' Through 2010, 200,000 bees gathered 75 kg of nectar for Louis Vuitton. The honey won't be sold: it will be given to friends and family of the company.  

0 0 Technology entices shoppers: Lighting up the high street Comparing high street retailers' priorities on technology investment with customer desires, the research found 68 per cent of shoppers are excited about prospects for technology to revolutionise their shopping experience. The results highlight demands amongst retailers and customers for the...  

0 0 Next and Primark give hopes to the West Following the positive buffer, Next´s shares outstanding shone, rising 37p or 2 per cent to 1905p after High Street guru Tony Shiret, analyst at Credit Suisse, had positive things to say ahead of annual results on March 24. As Daily Mail reported, shareholders will be delighted to hear that...  

0 0 Shareholders quiz LVMH on Hermes stake1 per cent of Hermès International, best known for itsBirkin and Kelly bags. LVMH, which owns the Louis Vuitton, Marc Jacobs and Donna Karan brands, Now It's LVMH's Turn to Be Angry Over All This Hermes Business LVMH is currently under investigation for its allegedly shady purchase of a large...