Room for everyone, says Zahra

Screen Shot 2015-04-17 at 9.24.16 amPaul Zahra is enjoying a well deserved break following his departure from David Jones, but this week spoke to Inside Retail PREMIUM on trends impacting the Australian market and luxury.

The son and wife of Lululemon’s founder have Australia in their sights, while Asos is making an Australian comeback.

Meanwhile, there’s an Australian company that won’t be making a comeback and we have an Easter trading wrap up carrying some hard figures about retail’s performance over the holiday.

A Sydney brand is sowing international roots with big plans for expansion, and an online brand is running ahead of the crowd.

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