Burton Introduce Any Fit Any Wash Jeans

Burton has introduced a new way of buying jeans on its website by allowing customers to personalise the fit and wash of their new pair of jeans. The new service will be launched on October 1st 2010 and will be available through Burton’s website. Customers will have a choice of eight washes and five fits […]

House of Fraser Launches Bespoke Men’s Shirt Service Online

House of Fraser, premium department store, has introduced its first bespoke men’s shirt service in association with Bivolino. Customers can shop online and buy tailor-made shirts from Bivolino, a brand renowned for its cut shirts made from the fine materials. Bivolino worked closely with William Morris wallpaper designs, famous for their innovations in printing and […]

Topman Design Announces 2nd Solo Show To Be Held At The Royal Opera House

Topman Design has announced it is to showcase its second consecutive solo show at The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden on September 22nd as part of the ever growing menswear day at London Fashion Week. Until last season when the debut solo show was held at the official British Fashion Council (BFC) Tents, Topman Design […]

Burton Unveils The Perfect Black Suit

Burton was set the challenge by the owner of the brand, Sir Philip Green to design the perfect single breasted black suit for the autumn/winter 2010 season. Each suit, as well as the accompanying formal white shirt, was given the brief to look great on any of their customers but without the bespoke Saville Row […]

Burton Announces Partnership With Lambretta

Burton has announced the arrival of three new designs of Lambretta suits, available in store and online from the beginning of May 2010. With their clean lines and narrow lapels that are reminiscent of the 60s, the new suits from Lambretta encourage Burton customers to unleash their inner mod. As well as these suits, Burton’s […]

Burton announce VAT price reductions will be passed on to all customers from the 1st December

Following The Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling’s decision to cut Value Added Tax (VAT) from 17.5 per cent to 15 per cent, Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has released a statement on behalf of a group of the high street’s most powerful retailers, confirming they will pass the full VAT cut onto their customers. […]