Stores selling non-essential items in England will be allowed to reopen from mid-June.
Struggling fashion chains Oasis and Warehouse have collapsed into administration as the latest high street names to fail during the coronavirus lockdown. Around 2,000 workers across 92 stores and 437 concessions are affected, although
Mothercare has become the latest UK retailer to feel the pressure of the recent downturn affecting the high street. The baby product business has announced plans to appoint administrators for the UK retail arm after years of tumbling sales and
As the royal mother-of-three makes a case for & Other Stories, we revisit some of her most affordable high street looks to date.
Mike Ashley has called the administration of Debenhams a "national scandal" and called for the process to be reversed after the retailer's lenders seized control. The so-called pre-pack administration wipes out the stakes held by
Australian pyjama label Peter Alexander has come under fire for charging plus-size customers more money for identical garments.
The television presenter has been accused of turning the series into a "fashion show" by fans.
Whether it's to encourage sustainability or raise money for charity, a growing number of businesses are sidestepping the shopping tradition this year.