High street stalwarts turn their backs on 'must have' fashion
4 monthes ago - By The Guardian
Style rather than slavishness are in John Lewis and Marks & Spencers' minds The latest trend on the British high street is not a hemline but a concept: fashion, it seems, is going out of fashion. In their newest effort to fight for survival, high street stalwarts John Lewis and Marks & Spencer are eschewing seasonal “key pieces” and “must haves” to focus on individualism and personal style. This week, John Lewis unveiled its overhauled in-house womenswear range for autumn/winter. The 300-piece collection - to be launched as part of a major rebrand and store refitting programme on 4...
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