New Look Retailers--the Industrial Engineering Contribution
- NEW LOOK'S FALL. Burney, Ellen // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;10/6/2003, Vol. 186 Issue 71, p31
Reports on the decline in the sales of Great Britain-based fashion retailer New Look during the 26 weeks to September 27, 2003.
- Fashion retailer restyles its image. Clayton, Richard // Design Week;2/6/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 6, p3
Reports that value fashion retailer New Look is enhancing its brand image in 2003. Identity and plans for the firm's flagship store in London, England; Brand theme; Appointment of Future Systems as architect for the store.
- Clothing store slashes its supply chain length. Thomas, Daniel // Computer Weekly;2/6/2003, p6
Reports that Great Britain-based low-cost clothing retailer New Look Inc. has reduced its average supply chain length from product design to store delivery. Reason behind this reduction of supply chain length; Number of stores of the retailer; Explanation given by the retailer's logistics...
- In with the new. Clayton, Richard // Design Week;4/10/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 15, p17
Focuses on the design and brand management of London, England's value clothing retailer, New Look. Flagship store opened at Oxford Street in 2002; Design of the store by architectural firm, Future Systems; New Look's revamp of its identity; Contributions made by managing director, Phil Wrigley,...
- SINGH'S CHRISTMAS BREAK. Burney, Ellen // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;12/1/2003, Vol. 186 Issue 111, p20
Tom Singh, founder of the Great Britain high street retail chain New Look, will not be upping his offer for the company until the New Year 2004. Sources said Singh was less than impressed with the retailer's six-month figures, and wants to see how Christmas trading goes in 2003.
- New Look tries on menswear. // In-Store;Apr2003, p5
Reports on the menswear range to be tried by New Look following the opening of its flagship store in August 2003. Flagship store to be opened on Oxford Street in London, England; Implementation of an innovative customer service.
- Lifecycle management to increase profits by Â£13m. Thomas, Daniel // Computer Weekly;4/8/2003, p12
Reports that Great Britain-based fashion retailer New Look plans to implement the Teamcenter collaborative product lifecycle management (PLM) software for its supply chain. Features of the software developed by information technology services firm EDS; Company background.
- Cutting-Edge Spaces. Wilson, Marianne // Chain Store Age;Dec2003, Vol. 79 Issue 12, p52
Describes the home-store concepts adopted by two retailers in Great Britain in 2003. Selfridges; New Look, women's wear retailer in London, England.
- He's got the Look. Hosea, Maeve // In-Store;Aug2003, p18
Profiles Carl McPhail, group development director of Great Britain-based retail firm New Look. Career in the retail industry; Business philosophy; Plans to improve the company's retail operations.