Australia is the only territory outside its global flagship store to offer this.

"All this suggests that Australian men’s clothing retailers need to catch up."

This is ahead of a major launch to 250,000 customers in August.

Millers is going head-to-head with the global jeweller.

Cotton On has paid out close to $250,000 to a former employee.

Gary Bigeni and Bonds found themselves in a cotton field.

The store has opened with 30,000 units of stock and over 15 product categories.

Yet another online pureplay brand heads into the bricks-and-mortar market.

"We are very excited for our first show in Sydney."

This premium item recorded a 67% sell through upon landing in stores.

“The internet has not been the salvation that direct to public designers were promised 5 years ago."

The designer has assured furious bridal customers: "It is absolutely business as usual here."

Australian online retailers are out to recruit more members to their network.

400 staff from its Geelong headquarters watched the launch of its latest project live.

While the founders bowed out this month, the brand itself was placed into liquidation last year.