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Marks & Spencer profits plunge as clothing sales continue to fall | Business

Marks & Spencer has reported a fresh slump in clothing sales but insisted it was “making up for lost time” in the run-up to the key Christmas trading period. The chief executive, Steve Rowe, blamed the 5.5% decline in like-for-like clothing sales in the first six months of its financial year on supply chain problems …

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Bentley Motors loses trademark battle over branded clothing | Business

Bentley Motors has lost a long-running high court trademark battle with a small, family-owned business, which could mean the luxury carmaker has to destroy all of its branded clothing. The high court in London on Friday ruled that Bentley Motors had infringed trademarks owned by Manchester-based Brandlogic, which owns the Bentley Clothing brand. Bentley Motors …

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Selfridges opens secondhand clothing concession with Vestiaire Collective | Fashion

Selfridges has opened its first permanent space dedicated to secondhand clothing, reflecting a significant shift in the fashion industry’s approach to “pre-loved” goods. The glossy boutique – which is run by the resale site Vestiaire Collective and housed at Selfridges’ flagship store on Oxford Street in central London – feels as aspirational as any of …

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Shoppers are buying less clothing because it’s not as fun as it used to be

A shopper looks at items on sale inside of a JC Penney store in New York. Lucas Jackson | Reuters The apparel market has “hit a ceiling” and is “going into structural decline,” according to a note from Morgan Stanley. The cause of it? Consumers have reached peak happiness with clothing purchases, wrote analyst Geoff …

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