The days of selling shirts for $249.95 were history.
"Is there a future with either of the brands in there? Yes."
“These brands are not our competition, we don't see it like this."
I never went to university and wasn’t born with a silver spoon.
“What's really different in the US is that you don’t pay your tenancy representative."
How a free in-store service has seen sales skyrocket.
The brand says that after nearly six years it now has a viable offer for the US consumer.
Cotton On and David Jones open up on their supply chains.
Here are some warning signs that your factories are doing the wrong thing.
How fashion's biggest names doubled their Instagram engagement.
“Our engagement rate from an organic point was sitting around 1.8% for a while there."
The online retailer has a combined social media following in the millions.
"I sold my car and used every single dollar I had to my name to use as working capital for Made Status Clothing."
“The last thing you want to do in early stage rounds is give investors a lot of rights."