Canadian athleisure brand Lululemon sees strong growth Driven by menswear, online sales and a strong performance in Asia Pacific, the brand's revenue leapt 21% to $747.7m in the third quarter ended 28 October. This brings the company closer to reaching its goal of $4bn in annual revenue by 2020. Read more.

Givenchy opens its first London flagship store Located on New Bond Street, the store is a mash-up of the original 18th century features of the building and more modern touches included pastel coloured walls and floor-to-ceiling mirrors. Read more.

Ted Baker sees increase in ecommerce For the period from 11 August to 1 December, ecommerce sales increased by 18% while total retail sales including ecommerce increased by 2.3%. During the period, the company opened stores in India, Kosovo, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and South Korea. Read more.

Paul Smith and eyewear specialist Cutler and Gross will extend their partnership The new three-year collaboration will include the design, production and distribution of Paul Smith eyewear, including sunglasses and optical frames. The range will be officially launched at eyewear fair, Mido in Milan next February. Read more.

Forevermark to launch ecommerce website The subsidiary of De Beers will initially sell limited merchandise through a US focused site, which is the company's second largest market. Forevermark digitally sells its products in China, its largest market, via WeChat. Read more.

Marquee Brands purchases outdoor lifestyle brand Dakine Athletic Marquee Brands’ portfolio includes of Ben Sherman, Bruno Magli, Body Glove, BCBG Max Azria and BCBGeneration which generate sales of more than $1.5bn. Ken Meidell, Dakine’s current CEO, will join Marquee Brands as part of the acquisition. Read more.