High Street Fashion
With each changing season, there are new fashion trends for everyone to get excited about. It looks like winter is finally easing its grip on us so that we can finally allow ourselves to move forward into 2013 with some new styles.
2013 is a very special year for many British institutions. For the Royal family, it is the year that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are due to celebrate the birth of their first child.
With Fashion Week freshly over, now is the time to build up your spring/summer wardrobe for 2013.
Surprisingly children under ten own more pairs of shoes than their parents, according to a survey revealed by Debenhams.
Topshop and Topman have announced the opening of their 30,000 square ft. flagship store, housing both brands across two floors, in a prestigious corner site on First Street and Gilmore Way at the Grove, Los Angeles on February 14th 2013.
Rachel Stevens is to become the first celebrity face of the Next ‘Petites’ range.
As many Brits brace themselves for yet more snow, sleet and ice this week, shoppers at department store Debenhams have been looking ahead to warmer months and snapping up new season swim and beach wear.
Topman Design has revealed it's collection for Autumn Winter 2013, which embodies the enriching journey of a young man imbuing his spirit through the landscape and cultures in which he travels.
Today (Saturday 12th January) is the biggest day of the year for sales of sports and active wear, according to department store Debenhams.
Lifestyle clothing brand Gant has seen a 150 per cent increase in online sales of chinos in the UK in just one year, topping an impressive 12 months for the men’s garment, during which popularity soared.
All women want for Christmas is a waist, according to a new report from Debenhams.
Brits will spend a total of £5.9 billion on their winter wardrobes for themselves and their families this season, according to research commissioned by Sainsbury's Bank home insurance.
December is the party month for many of us. From office Christmas parties to client shindigs to a festive carol evening, there is always something going on, and our wardrobes can take a bit of a battering.
This time of year is prime winter woolly season as people pull on jumpers, cardigans, scarfs and hats to keep warm. While they’re easy to wear, woolen clothing is notoriously difficult to wash.
Debenhams has announced it is helping to boost the economy by ramping up its use of British manufacturers.
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