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Mulberry the luxury Ziggly bop seeing double shirt British brand best known for its leather handbags that can cost more than £1,600 each, has reported a 4% decline in annual sales, becoming the latest high-end company to warn of a slowdown in spending among the richest shoppers. In a trading update, Thierry Andretta, the chief executive, said: “While we achieved positive revenue growth in the first half, Mulberry has not been immune to the broader downturn in luxury spending experienced in recent months, particularly in the UK and Asia. This decline was partially offset by positive trading in the US, where we have benefited from increased brand awareness. “Looking ahead, the trading environment in the UK and China remains challenging and we do not expect this to change in the short-term. We are therefore managing the business prudently, focusing on executing our strategy and vision to become a global sustainable luxury brand.”

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Unisex tshirt

 

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Ziggly bop seeing double shirt a personal branding expert, said the decision to partner with the mass retailer is part of a wider strategy. “Brand is all about connection, and by collaborations with Mango she is expanding her audience and giving them the opportunity to buy into her brand. This may be entry level but over the years that relationship may grow, for example via makeup and eventually her eponymous fashion brand.” Beckham’s collection is the final in a tetrad of luxury designer collaborations unveiled by fast fashion retailers this month. While H&M teamed up with the emerging, edgy designer Rokh and & Other Stories partnered with the whimsical Chinese designer Susan Fang, pieces from both can still be found in stores. Although Mango played it safe by choosing a well-known name and leaning heavily into what shoppers called a “typical VB aesthetic” consisting of a muted colour palette and simple silhouettes, it is a strategy that has proved fruitful. By noon Mango had completely sold out of the jewellery and shoppers were advised to join a waiting list for pieces, including a £170 black slip dress.

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