Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Louis Vuitton game

Retail Gazette Loves: Louis Vuitton’s retro video game

Nostalgia for the 80s is something people felt when Stranger Things was first released on Netflix in 2016, and now Louis...
Fendi cafe London

Retail Gazette Loves: Fendi’s pop-up café in Harrods

Ever wondered how interesting it would be to eat and drink in a luxury designer café?
Westfield London

Retail Gazette Loves: Westfield London’s Trending Store

Many shoppers want to know what's trending in terms of fashion, so it's certainly a feel-good moment when they find the perfect..
Westquay maze

Retail Gazette Loves: Westquay’s maze attraction

The 400m maze with eight ft hedges was revealed in Westquay’s unique event space.
Nike plus size

Retail Gazette Loves: Nike’s plus-size mannequin

Plus-size is a category that most, if not all retailers are embracing in order to grasp the notion of inclusivity and make..
Westfield London Eid Festival

Retail Gazette Loves: Europe’s biggest Eid Festival at Westfield London

The UK's largest shopping centre Westfield London is back once again this year to host Europe’s biggest Eid Festival.

Retail Gazette Loves: Lacoste & Save the Species collab

Lacoste fans know and love the French retailer's famous green crocodile logo, but on May 22 - the international day for...
Chelsea in Bloom

Retail Gazette Loves: Chelsea in Bloom competition

Over the years, the Chelsea in Bloom competition has attracted audiences from around the world to London to view the unique...
Sainsbury's 150th

Retail Gazette Loves: Sainsbury’s community-inspired campaign

The UK's third largest supermarket, Sainsbury’s has launched a community-inspired campaign to celebrate its 150th birthday.
Harrods Fashion Re-Told

Retail Gazette Loves: Harrods’ Fashion Re-Told charity pop-up

London's most luxurious pop-up store opened its doors to eager customers at 51 Marylebone High Street last week on May 2.

Feature Resource

[Whitepaper] Retail Lessons From China

Did you know? Chinese demographics are much more complex than ‘Gen X/Y/Z’? Instead they’re segmented as: Post-80s, Post-90s, Post-95s, Post-00s. And, while Post-80s and 90s...