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AQ/AQ founder looks to carry on trading despite filing for insolvency

AQ/AQ founder Julie Lingard has filed a notice to creditors to continue trading her business, despite filing for insolvency in July. Lingard was the managing director of AQ/AQ when it appointed liquidators on July 4

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Sears CEO offers $400M to buy Kenmore

Through his hedge fund, Eddie Lampert made a formal proposal for the appliance brand and the home improvement unit of the Home Services division, which could bring in cash to the ailing retailer and expand the brand's reach. 






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Tapestry tops estimates, boosted by strong Kate Spade performance

The founder of Tapestry's Kate Spade brand died by suicide in June, stoking nostalgia for the brand.






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Timothy Oulton picks Chelsea for new global flagship store

Timothy Oulton is poised to open the doors to its new worldwide flagship store in London’s posh Chelsea neighbourhood next month. The furniture and interiors brand will takeover the Bluebird Garage space, located on-site with the Bluebird Café, on King’s Road. The new 7200sq ft store will mark Timothy Outlon’s largest retail display of their products globally.






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Is Clicks-to-Bricks the new Brick-to-Clicks?

Between the turn of the millennium and 2009, online retail sales increased by some 5000 per cent, accounting for just under seven per cent of total retail sales for the year.






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Amazon’s private label push is a signal to brands to focus on experience

In light of Amazon's recent focus on its brands, retailers need to double down on the one thing that Amazon can't offer — the brand experience, writes Sam Kliger, CEO of KWI.






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John Lewis tops UK’s brand health ranking for the second year in a row

John Lewis has taken the top spot of YouGov’s UK brand health rankings for the second year in a row. YouGov recently released its annual BrandIndex brand health rankings, which measures the perceptions of a brand‘s quality, value, impression, satisfaction and reputation. Major retailers John Lewis and Marks & Spencer were first and third respectively on the UK list, while Swedish furniture giant Ikea made an appearance at fifth place and was one of two new entrants in the top 10.






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Ralph Lauren turnaround appears to gain traction in Q1

Analysts warn that, despite improvements, the brand still lacks “on-trend, compelling product” and needs to engage with younger consumers.






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American Eagle spotlights real customers in fall campaign

As part of the push, the brand also partnered with Universal Music Group and Brands for a content series spotlighting emerging music artists. 






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Lululemon steals Sephora exec for new CEO

After Laurent Potdevin's departure in February, the athletics retailer desperately needs a new CEO to reassert the brand's female-focused image.






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