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12 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Superdry's co-founder said he would have to re-direct the fashion chain within weeks to be shot until next Christmas – and invited other shareholders to support his comeback campaign. Julian Dunkerton spoke after the company issued its second profit warning in two months. Superdry shares fell 38% to 354 pence on Wednesday, wiping out Dunkerton's […]

11 Dec 18
News Archives Uk

Poor figures from John Lewis, and Sainsbury's has raised concerns that the political climate is taking its toll on consumer confidence this Christmas. John Lewis said sales in his department stores fell by more than 5% last week. The picture from its fashion and homewares divisions was even weaker, with sales in about 7%. Last […]

11 Dec 18
WWD

Stuart Weitzman’s former ceo is redefining luxury fashion sneakers for both men and women.  

11 Dec 18
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07 Dec 18
Malawi 24

The Urban Music People (UMP) Awards has been accused of snubbing female musicians. Of the 18 categories, Fortress and Tuno are the only women nominated for an award outside the Best Female Artist Act category. Those nominated for this female-only category female are Tunosiwe Mwakalinga, popularly known as Tuno, as well as Sangie and Fortress. […]

06 Dec 18
E-Z Optical
  • Manufacturer: On-Guard / Hilco
  • Collection: A-2 Value Collection
  • Model: SG 300
  • Material: Metal Frame w/ Saddle Bridge
  • Gender: Men
  • Colors: Gold Tortoise, Matte Bronze, Matte Grey
  • Sizes: 56-18-140, 58-18-145
  • Shield:  EZ SGC101

04 Dec 18
Melzidek

Builders’ merchant Travis Perkins is to explore the future sale of struggling DIY brand Wickes as it seeks to focus on its core business. Wickes has been hit by tough competition and higher costs amid a “challenging” consumer market and falling sales. Travis Perkins set out plans for the chain as it said it was […]

16 Nov 18
DG Penny Items

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13 Nov 18
News Archives Uk

The Homebase website was last completed in our annual online shop survey with a meager 55% customer base. In contrast, LizEarle.com was crowned by our panel of more than 10,000 the best online store. members, The specialized skin care site achieved a customer rating of 94%. In June and July 2018, we asked our respondents […]

06 Nov 18
Santa Cruz Sentinel
The vintage arrow sign at the oldest Orchard Supply Hardware site in San Jose has disappeared, and preservationists are desperately trying to find out where it is. Neither History San Jose nor the Preservation Action Council of San Jose has the sign, and they also have not been able to determine its whereabouts. Brian Grayson, executive director of the Preservation Action Council-San Jose, has reached out to representatives from Google, which owns the property, and Hilco, the company liquidating Orchard Supply stores. Grayson said Google responded that the company was also looking into the disappearance and that it is interested in preserving the sign. He had not received a response from Hilco, however. “We are working on it but we don’t have an answer yet,” Grayson said.  San Jose City Councilwoman Dev Davis, whose district includes the store site, is also looking into the matter. An email sent to Hilco by this news organization Tuesday morning also had not received a response. The pole that once held the vintage arrow sign at the Orchard SupplyHardware store at 377 Royal Ave. in San Jose stands empty on Nov. 6,2018. (Sal Pizarro/Bay Area News Group) Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager, who called for the county to conduct a historic inventory and evaluation of neon signs and other roadside architecture along the West San Carlos Street corridor, expressed his concern about the sign’s fate and its effect on the property in a statement. “I am dismayed to hear that the Orchard Supply Hardware sign has been removed from its home on San Carlos Street. Given the amount of media attention about the sign’s fate in recent months, I fear this may be a willful act to prevent any preservation restrictions being placed on the property,” Yeager said. “I hope the sign is still intact somewhere, and I call on Lowe’s, Orchard Supply’s parent company, Google, the new owner of the San Carlos Street property, and Hilco, the company in charge of liquidating Orchard Supply’s assets, to step up and show they care about this community by producing the sign.” Heather David, an expert on Mid-Century Modern architecture and sign preservation advocate, said her hope — and the best case scenario — is that Lowe’s had the sign removed to prevent it from being vandalized on the vacant site. In August, she said, “The Orchard Supply Hardware sign is a historic place marker for that period. The sign also represents a company founded in San Jose — a piece of history that we can call our very own. For connoisseurs of historic signage, the sign is arguably, a work of fine craftsmanship — every neon tube hand-blown and bent.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5505465,5498526,5502188,5497676″]Other possibilities include someone “liberating” the sign on their own or — the worst case scenario — the sign being trashed during clean-up of the site, which was shuttered last month and had its remaining merchandise moved to other stores. The absence of the sign, which was visible from San Carlos Street as it approaches Bird Avenue, was noticed Monday morning. Installed after construction of hardware chain’s 1948 store, the iconic sign was marked for preservation when Lowe’s announced in August it was closing all 98 of its locations nationwide. OSH was founded as a farmers’ co-op in 1931 in San Jose and was acquired by Lowe’s in 2013. Ken Middlebrook, curator of collections at History San Jose, said the organization made known its interest in obtaining the sign several weeks ago and had provided a quote on the cost of removing the sign and moving it to History San Jose’s collection center. But as of Tuesday, he hadn’t received a response.
06 Nov 18
Marin Independent Journal
The vintage arrow sign at the oldest Orchard Supply Hardware site in San Jose has disappeared, and preservationists are desperately trying to find out where it is. Neither History San Jose nor the Preservation Action Council of San Jose has the sign, and they also have not been able to determine its whereabouts. Brian Grayson, executive director of the Preservation Action Council-San Jose, has reached out to representatives from Google, which owns the property, and Hilco, the company liquidating Orchard Supply stores. Grayson said Google responded that the company was also looking into the disappearance and that it is interested in preserving the sign. He had not received a response from Hilco, however. “We are working on it but we don’t have an answer yet,” Grayson said.  San Jose City Councilwoman Dev Davis, whose district includes the store site, is also looking into the matter. An email sent to Hilco by this news organization Tuesday morning also had not received a response. The pole that once held the vintage arrow sign at the Orchard SupplyHardware store at 377 Royal Ave. in San Jose stands empty on Nov. 6,2018. (Sal Pizarro/Bay Area News Group) Santa Clara County Supervisor Ken Yeager, who called for the county to conduct a historic inventory and evaluation of neon signs and other roadside architecture along the West San Carlos Street corridor, expressed his concern about the sign’s fate and its effect on the property in a statement. “I am dismayed to hear that the Orchard Supply Hardware sign has been removed from its home on San Carlos Street. Given the amount of media attention about the sign’s fate in recent months, I fear this may be a willful act to prevent any preservation restrictions being placed on the property,” Yeager said. “I hope the sign is still intact somewhere, and I call on Lowe’s, Orchard Supply’s parent company, Google, the new owner of the San Carlos Street property, and Hilco, the company in charge of liquidating Orchard Supply’s assets, to step up and show they care about this community by producing the sign.” Heather David, an expert on Mid-Century Modern architecture and sign preservation advocate, said her hope — and the best case scenario — is that Lowe’s had the sign removed to prevent it from being vandalized on the vacant site. In August, she said, “The Orchard Supply Hardware sign is a historic place marker for that period. The sign also represents a company founded in San Jose — a piece of history that we can call our very own. For connoisseurs of historic signage, the sign is arguably, a work of fine craftsmanship — every neon tube hand-blown and bent.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”curated” curated_ids=”5505465,5498526,5502188,5497676″]Other possibilities include someone “liberating” the sign on their own or — the worst case scenario — the sign being trashed during clean-up of the site, which was shuttered last month and had its remaining merchandise moved to other stores. The absence of the sign, which was visible from San Carlos Street as it approaches Bird Avenue, was noticed Monday morning. Installed after construction of hardware chain’s 1948 store, the iconic sign was marked for preservation when Lowe’s announced in August it was closing all 98 of its locations nationwide. OSH was founded as a farmers’ co-op in 1931 in San Jose and was acquired by Lowe’s in 2013. Ken Middlebrook, curator of collections at History San Jose, said the organization made known its interest in obtaining the sign several weeks ago and had provided a quote on the cost of removing the sign and moving it to History San Jose’s collection center. But as of Tuesday, he hadn’t received a response.