During five weeks to January 5, 2019, Fat Face said that the company experienced a tough early Christmas trading with traffic in the market down during November. Black Friday appeared to be predomina

Debenhams managing director of retail, digital, food and events, Ross Clemmow, is leaving the company next year as he takes a new position as managing director of Bridgepoint, the private equity firm

Oasis and Warehouse CEO Liz Evans is heading to Fat Face to replace Anthony Thompson, who is leaving the business in January 2019 after being with the company for almost nine years, reports The Tele

After serving the retailer for over eight years, Anthony Thompson, CEO of Fat Face has decided to step down from his position in January 2019, reports Retail Gazette. The company is yet to announce a

Casualwear retailer Fat Face has announced that total Christmas sales increased 12 percent over the last year, reports Financial Times. The company’s ecommerce sales during the period under rev

The British clothes retailer has felt the pain of a lesser sterling as the increasing pressure of fluctuating currencies has dented its profits. On the back of the profits’ slump, Fat Face has

Whilst the majority of industry experts urge UK retailers to prepare for the UK's "biggest Black Friday" to date, which seems set to break last year's records, a number of retailers have chosen to ta

British fashion and lifestyle retailer Fat Face is expanding into the US with the launch of its first store outside of the UK and Ireland in Boston this autumn. Chief executive Anthony Thompson unve

In its annual report for the 52 weeks to May 31, 2014, Fat Face said that its revenues grew by 11.9 percent to exceed 200 million pounds (310.7 million dollars) for the first time and a focus on imp

Fort Kinnaird shopping center in Edinburgh is set to welcome a series of new retailers, including Primark, Fat Face, TK Maxx and Simply Be/Jacamo. Irish value retailer Primark will open a 40,100 squ

British clothing retailer Fat Face is said to be preparing to call off its plans for an upcoming floatation on the London Exchange Stock Market. The clothing company, which previously confirmed its p

British clothing retailer Fat Face has confirmed its intentions to float on the London Exchange Market in the coming weeks. The company plans to float 25 percent of its capital to raise up to 110 mil

Fashion and lifestyle brand Fat Face has upsized their flagship at the WestQuay shopping centre in Southampton, to help “showcase” the full effect of the brand. The new flagship, a 620 m

British fashion retailer Fat Face is weighing its options to go public on the London Stock Exchange in the next twelve months. The clothing brand has added Citi and Jefferies to its financial advisor

REPORT_ Fashion retailer New Look reported good sales during the Christmas trading period for the seven weeks to December 28. Total UK sales grew 2.9 percent, with like-for-like sales up 1.5 percent

Fat Face is among a handful of UK high street retailers whose decision not  offer discounts in the run up to Christmas paid off, with Boxing Day standing out as the largest sales day for the 25

Lifestyle and fashion retailer Fat Face has hired Lazard, independent financial advisory and asset management firm, to review its current business. Sources speculate that the retailer has appointed t

Fashion and lifestyle retailer Fat Face, which is owned by private equity group Bridgepoint, is poised to expand into the US within the next two years, following “very strong” results. Th

Former Marks & Spencer boss Sir Stuart Rose is to replace Alan Giles as chairman of fashion and lifestyle retailer Fat Face when Giles steps down later this year. Giles, who has chaired the retai

Lifestyle and fashion brand, Fat Face are launching their first premium line, The Fat Face British Heritage Collection this month. The line features luxurious but practical outerwear and cosy knits f

In this series, FashionUnited brings you a ‘Day in the Life’ feature talking to insiders from every different walk of the fashion industry. Here they reveal how they got started, work on

The founders of Fat Face will be in line to recieve a £90m windfall when the clothing retailer changes hands this month. NM Rothschild, which has been appointed to sell the business, is invitin

Surfwear is back. Perhaps not so much on the catwalks, but clothes borne out of the passion for sport and travel are finding a new following, and dare we say even becoming fashionable. The most succ

Fat Face founders Tim Slade and Jules Leaver, who started the clothing brand out of their rucksacks in 1988, have appointed investment bank Rothschild and broker AMB Amro to consider sale options tha