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Diana Ferrari to close boutiques, exit fashion as focus turns to footwear

2018-01-09 theage.com.au
Fashion brand Diana Ferrari will close its bricks and mortar boutiques across the country, scrap its apparel line and focus solely on footwear as its owner tries to adapt to the tough retail environment. (1-0)

Diana Ferrari to close boutiques, exit fashion as focus turns to footwear

2018-01-09 smh.com.au
Fashion brand Diana Ferrari will close its bricks and mortar boutiques across the country, scrap its apparel line and focus solely on footwear as its owner tries to adapt to the tough retail environment. (1-0)

The falling fashion brands: Andrea Moore another Kiwi firm in strife

2018-01-09 nzherald.co.nz
Increased online competition from overseas retailers, pressure on consumer spending, payment defaults, delays and construction headaches are among the reasons given for issues in the sector. (1-0)

Diana Ferrari to close stores, exit fashion as focus turns to footwear

2018-01-09 theage.com.au
Fashion brand Diana Ferrari will close its bricks and mortar stores across the country, scrap its apparel line and focus solely on footwear as its owner tries to adapt to the tough retail environment. (1-0)

Diana Ferrari to close stores, exit fashion as focus turns to footwear

2018-01-09 smh.com.au
Fashion brand Diana Ferrari will close its bricks and mortar stores across the country, scrap its apparel line and focus solely on footwear as its owner tries to adapt to the tough retail environment. (1-0)

Clothing retailer Andrew Moore goes into liquidation

2018-01-08 radionz.co.nz
Women's clothing retailer Andrea Moore - which has stores in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch - has gone into liquidation. (1-0)

Retail downturn claims scalp of fashion label Maggie T

2018-01-05 theage.com.au
The retail downturn has claimed the be-scarfed scalp of one of Australia's best-known brands, with plus-size retailer Maggie T entering administration this week.  (2-0)

Retail downturn claims scalp of fashion label Maggie T

2018-01-05 smh.com.au
The retail downturn has claimed the be-scarfed scalp of one of Australia's best-known brands, with plus-size retailer Maggie T entering administration this week.  (2-0)

Oroton set to be sold to major shareholder Will Vicars

2017-12-27 theage.com.au
Oroton's administrator has accepted a purchase proposal from its largest shareholder that will keep the luxury handbag retailer trading and prevent a break-up of the embattled business. (1-1)

Oroton set to be sold to major shareholder Will Vicars

2017-12-27 smh.com.au
Oroton's administrator has accepted a purchase proposal from its largest shareholder that will keep the luxury handbag retailer trading and prevent a break-up of the embattled business. (1-1)

Pumpkin Patch is back from the dead

2017-12-12 ntnews.com.au
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Aussie online retailer relaunches Pumpkin Patch

2017-12-07 nzherald.co.nz
Catch Group purchased the brand and its intellectual property, including its customer database, product designs and trademarks, for an amount understood to be about A$2 million ($2.2m), from receivers. (1-0)

Pumpkin Patch sprouts from the grave

2017-12-07 abc.net.au
But the catch is it will be an online store only — a far-cry from its glory days when the children's fashion chain had over 100 bricks and mortar stores across Australia. (1-0)

The brains behind Scoopon and Luxury Escapes team-up amid Amazon 'opportunity'

2017-12-05 abc.net.au
Amid the hype that Amazon would severely disrupt Australia's retail industry, two e-commerce businesses have joined forces in an elaborate deal to bolster their market positions. (1-0)

Luxury brand Oroton latest casualty of Aussie retail carnage

2017-11-30 abc.net.au
In a statement to the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), Oroton said its 62 stores in Australia, New Zealand and Malaysia would continue to trade as normal, while administrator, Deloitte Restructuring Services, tried to find a buyer. (1-0)

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