Fast fashion retailer Cotton On has sashayed into the popular homewares market with the launch of its new range, CO:Home. It has also priced the range as competitively as its clothing, with over 70 percent of the items available for under NZ$30.
Cotton On has rolled its first ever urban streetwear range with the help of New Zealand creative consultant Daniel Tupara. We had a chat with Tupara about what it’s like to work with a global fast fashion giant on a clothing line inspired by Kiwi
While the total revenue of Cotton On group worldwide soars past AU$2 billion, country manager Mark Singleton is preparing to dive 192 metres off Auckland’s Sky Tower for charity. Twenty seven bosses and community leaders are doing the same as part of the Graeme Dingle
Following on from our story yesterday about Cotton On buying a New Zealand shopping centre, we spoke with Cotton On's New Zealand country manager Mark Singleton about the latest developments in its journey, including the roll out of a Kiwi led streetwear range called Among
International fast fashion giant Cotton On has purchased its first ever shopping centre in no other country than little old New Zealand. It bought Papamoa's Fashion Plaza shopping centre off a group of business people earlier this year for $6.25 million. We talked to chief
Cotton On’s Queen St flagship store beat 1,300 retail stores in 17 countries around the globe to be the company’s number one traded store on Tuesday. The company announced a renewed commitment to New Zealand last night, unveiling a three-year expansion plan which promises to
Customers care about ethical and fair trade products more than ever before. Does that level of attention extend to how you treat your staff? Yoke Har Lee-Woolf investigates.
Trousers sold in New Zealand through two prominent retailers may contain a cancer-causing dye. One style of women’s jeans sold through Cotton On and seven lines of men’s pants and shorts offered by online site The Iconic are being recalled due to the risk that
Rose Hope is a young entrepreuner and co-owner of two businesses, The Bread and Butter Letter boutique, and Crushes, an in-house and wholesale lifestyle brand. She wants retailers and shoppers to consider the wider impact of cheap clothing and rapidly-cycling trends.