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Superdry confirms China JV will be wound up

Superdry has confirmed an “amicable agreement” to end its Chinese joint venture with Trendy Group and will reassume full control of its brand there.

Superdry set to exit Mainland China

British clothing label Superdry is set to quit the Mainland China market after five years of mounting losses.

Loss-making Bauhaus to close 10 stores, axe 100 staff

Hong Kong fashion group Bauhaus International says it will close up to 10 loss-making stores in Hong Kong.

Superdry issues profit warning as it ‘fails to resonate with consumers’

Superdry has released woeful Christmas results with a sales slump that has forced the retailer to revise its underlying pre-tax profit projection from £41.9 million to be between nil and £10 million for the current year.

Kenneth Cole India opens its first flagship store

Kenneth Cole India has opened its first flagship store, a 1200sqft space located at Infiniti Mall in Malad, Mumbai.

Superdry licensing deal signed with IMG

A Superdry licensing deal will see IMG negotiating partnerships which broaden its product portfolio into such items as luggage and travel-related goods and consumer electronics.

Superdry licensing deal signed with IMG

A Superdry licensing deal will see IMG negotiating partnerships which broaden its product portfolio into such items as luggage and travel-related goods and consumer electronics.

Superdry India to launch website this month

A dedicated Superdry India website is set to launch later this month.

Superdry spins into loss as new management tries to restore sales

Struggling lifestyle-fashion label Superdry has reported a loss of £85.4 million, a sharp turnaround after the £65.3 million profit of the prior year.

Bauhaus sales slump

Bauhaus sales slumped yet again in the latest quarter, falling heavily in Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, but rising in Mainland China.

Superdry ‘struggling to remain relevant’

Superdry’s sales fell further in the latest quarter as its co-founder retakes control of a retailer “struggling to remain relevant”.