A fitness clothing brand launched by a student from Bolton aims to empower women by designing active wear specifically for
‘British ideas, British passion, an Italian touch’: MM meet IQ, an intelligent blueprint for entrepreneurs
Three local businessmen, Mike Williams, Cris Marzoli and Shaun Peach discuss their new venture-designer clothing brand, IQ. The trio talk about being thrown into the deep end of the fashion industry and give a unique insight into the mindsets of new business owners.
College drop-outs to budding entrepreneurs… MM meet the Wilmslow teens behind blossoming brand HØØZY
Lord Alan Sugar, Sir Richard Branson and Bill Gates all have one thing in common – they each demonstrated exceptional business credentials from a young age.
The brand specialises in premium quality menswear made from the highest quality materials.
‘Recycled clothes will be here forever’: Manchester vintage store Junk Shop gets behind World Recycling Week
Mancunian vintage store, Junk Shop, is encouraging people to think more about how our purchases can affect the world that we live in, in aid of World Recycle Week.
The House of Vans’ weekend of music, art, street culture and skateboarding will arrive in Manchester at the Great Northern Warehouse at the beginning of October.
People have been known to air their dirty laundry on the internt but now some Manchester women are taking the term literally, selling their worn knickers on Craigslist.
Clothes retailer French Connection (FCUK) have banned angora products with immediate effect after receiving more than 100,000 angry emails from PETA supporters and their fellow animal rights activists.
Suits you, Manchester: City praised as northern men ’embrace’ Savile Row style in new ‘n’ old combos
Manchester’s image has been praised by a leading gentleman’s tailor for combining contemporary thinking with old fashioned style.
No need for pot: Bolton duo offer hemp seeds for Brits to scatter across forests in bid to free the weed
A Bolton business duo are trying to show the world there is more to the hemp seed than its cannabis roots suggest.
A new Manchester store is looking to get shoppers involved in the community by offering them the chance to decide its charity – which will then receive 1% of its annual profits.