Locked content LPP plans further Israeli expansion

WSE-listed fashion retailer LPP plans to open its second Reserved store in Israel in H1 2019, furthermore, it mulls opening a Sinsay brand store there as well. The company ultimately wants all its brands to debut on the Israeli market and together with its franchise partner H&O, is currently hol...

Locked content Reserved opens its first store in London

WSE-listed fashion retailer has opened its first flagship Reserved store in London on the Oxford Street in London on Wednesday. Located in the former BHS department store, the shop has some 3,000 sqm, employs over 100 people and cost PLN 20 million to develop and design. The lease has been signed fo...

Locked content LPP having success abroad

Polish clothing company LPP said on Tuesday that its total sales have increased by almost 11 percent, y/y, during the first three quarters of 2016. It reported that the highest growth came from sales in its shops in Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Croatia and Romania. What’s more, the company, which mana...

Reserved shop opened in Cairo

Polish retailing company LPP opened a clothes shop of its Reserved brand in Egypt and is going to open more shops in the Middle East in the next five years, according to the press release.

Reserved hires famous footballer’s son

Brooklyn Beckham, the 15 year-old son of David and Victoria Beckham, will make his debut as a model promoting the Polish fashion brand Reserved, owned by WSE-listed LPP. He will be the poster boy for the ‘Volcano Explosion’ collection, which, according to Harper’s Bazaar, “co...

Locked content LPP to expand clothing stores in Germany

Polish fashion retailer LPP is planning on expanding in Germany. Thirty new Reserved brand stores will be opened in the next three years, with 10 stores opening per year. “This market is very sensitive and we do not want to upset it by entering with multiple brands,” mentioned LPP vice p...

Locked content LPP plans more Reserved stores

Clothing retailer LPP plans to increase the number of its German Reserved stores by 20-30 within 2-3 years, Dariusz Pachla, deputy president of LPP, said at a press conference. “Initially, we want to develop one of our brands and then introduce another. German market is much bigger than Polish – des...