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|Burberry boosts creative team with bags and shoes appointment from Dior
|20th mar Bernstein market perform tp 1600p up from 1350p|
|'Burberry fights to fend off takeover: FTSE 100 fashion house under pressure to cut costs and ditch tired designs'
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|Sydney airport defines 2017 retail strategy
Sydney airport aims to continue to deliver an integrated strategy within its retail offer in 2017 to drive growth across all terminals. The airport was pegged to open a new Gucci store in Q1 2017 within its dedicated fashion precinct in T1, where it introduced a range of luxury brands including Tiffany & Co. and Burberry. The fashion precinct has redefined the product offering to increase passenger spend.
|Liberum keep banging out 'sell' and keep on raising their target price .. this time up from 1200p to 1350p :-)|
|9th march Barclays overweight tp 1900p up from 1760p|
|Burberry's New Activist Needs That Creative Spark
|Seems these guys have a different view ;-)
1st march Macquarie neutral tp 1665p|
|'Burberry Surges as Billionaire Albert Frere Buys 3% Stake'
“Burberry has always been a good candidate for activist investors,” Zuzanna Pusz, an analyst at Berenberg, said in a note, citing a need for increased cost discipline.
Frere’s Groupe Bruxelles Lambert is buying into Burberry as the European luxury-goods industry shows signs of recovery after a two-year slump. The investment comes at a pivotal time for the U.K. luxury brand, as Chief Executive Officer Christopher Bailey prepares to hand over to Marco Gobbetti, former head of LVMH-owned luxury brand Celine, in July.
Frere is an independent director of LVMH
Burberry shares spike after billionaire Albert Frere's GBL reports 3pc
Shares in Burberry spiked this afternoon after the holding company of Belgium's richest man, Albert Frere, disclosed a 3pc stake in the luxury fashion house.
GBL Energy Sarl reported a stake of 13.18m.
Frere has a reputation for helping to shake up the companies in which he invests.
After he took a stake in Adidas in 2015, the German company appointed a new chief executive and announced plans to sell its golf business. Shares in Adidas, in which GBL still has a 5pc stake and a representative on the supervisory board, have more than doubled since Frere invested.
Shares leapt 4.4pc to £17.36 in afternoon trade, its highest level since May 2015, and volumes spiked following the announcement.
|Ah !! RNS... stake taken by Albert Frère
He is a part owner, together with Bernard Arnault of LVMH|
|Bl++dy whooosh !!!!
say that again lb ;-D|
|hopefully we can push upwards this week. past the recent high.|
|Burberry's latest collection sculpts new designs from art history
|'The 9 Best Things to Buy from the Burberry See-Now, Buy-Now February Collection'
|'London Fashion Week: androgyny is the new black as labels bend gender rules'
Normally when one thinks of Burberry, images of tartan, trench coats and basset hounds come to mind.
Throw all that out because at its London Fashion Week show overnight, the Brit label has shown that it can push the boundaries with the best of them.
|trying to break through past the recent high.|
|London Fashion Week catwalk shows to begin in new location
London Fashion Week is set to kick off with a series of shows that will include Burberry, Versus and other luminaries. The British capital's fashion showcase starts Friday in a new location on the Strand in central London.
|London Fashion Week starts tomorrow - here's what to look out for
|Mr Burberry Eyewear Collection...
|Burberry’s multi-faceted Makers House returns to Soho, showcasing the new collection alongside a creative programme of events, in collaboration with the Henry Moore Foundation
Following the Burberry show on Monday 20 February, Makers House will open to the public within the show space on Manette Street, offering visitors a rare opportunity to explore the new collection, inspired by the work and process of British artist Henry Moore.
|Sales soar at luxury goods giant Kering
|Luxury’s black cloud may finally be lifting, says Savigny Partners
|Want Moore?: Burberry & The Henry Moore Foundation At The Makers House
|8th feb HSBC hold tp 1630p