Multi-brand retailer OU. Boutique Stories has opened the doors of its Rotterdam store. It will be the fifth branch of the concept created by Dutch entrepreneurs Rosanne Jansen and Valerie van der Meer.
The media group has announced that the former head of Elle Japan will join the company on May 7. Yves Bougon has been CEO of Hearst Fujingaho in Tokyo since 2011 and will take over at Condé Nast from Xavier Romatet.
Beauty products maker Coty Inc has launched an $8 billion (5.7 billion pounds)-equivalent debt refinancing, banking sources said, after paying billions to acquire brands that appeal to younger consumers.
While UK shopping mall giants Hammerson and Intu are accelerating towards their planned merger, the plans could be impacted by the arrival of Klepierre, with reports emerging that it made a bid for Hammerson this month.
Leidsche Rijn Centrum, the new retail district in Utrecht, has announced that it will add five Dutch fashion retailers to its store portfolio, including vanHaren, Zeeman, Casanova Milano, Lotus and Avec Bel'Ghir.
Britain's 3rd-biggest company will scrap its London headquarters and make Rotterdam its legal home, in a blow to Theresa May's government ahead of Brexit. The move may also impact its continued inclusion in the FTSE 100.
Luxury fashion house Chanel has revealed a new store design following the re-opening of its Amsterdam-based store. The shop is designed by Peter Marino and references the style of the Paris apartment of Coco Chanel.