Karen Millen

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International revenues now make up more than two-fifths of Boohoo’s sales. Photograph: Getty

Revenue at teen fashion brand Boohoo topped £1 billion (€1.1 billion) over a 12-month period for the first time following what it described as an “out(...)

Earlier this week, certain aspects of the group’s brands and intellectual property were sold to online retailers Boohoo. Photograph: PA

The High Court has appointed provisional liquidators to the Irish arm of the well-known fashion retailer Karen Millen. Mr Justice David Keane on Wed(...)

Photograph: Dave Meehan

Employees of fashion retailer Karen Millen’s Irish stores have been underpaid by the company for at least four months as a result of “issues” in the c(...)

Clothes hang on the rack at a Karen Millen clothing store.  Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg News

The Irish arm of clothing retailer Karen Millen returned to profit as its digital business grew, despite a difficult retail environment and static sal(...)

The latest batch of accounts show turnover at Oasis Fashions Ireland, a subsidiary of  Aurora Fashions, rose to €19.4 million from €17.7 million for the period under review. Above: shoppers on Henry Street during the Christmas season. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Retail group Aurora Fashions, which owns high-street chains Oasis, Warehouse and Coast, has reported mixed trading conditions for its Irish subsidiar(...)

Warehouse at the Gaiety Centre: the company is planning to assign its lease of the high-profile property. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The ladies fashion retailer Warehouse is to pull out of Dublin’s Grafton Street area. News that the company is planning to assign its lease of a high(...)

The Karen Millen stores employ 65 people, trade from nine different locations around the country and are either standalone stores or are operated as concessions within the Brown Thomas chain.

The Karen Millen women’s fashion chain and two associated companies, employing 300, have been given High Court protection to allow them try to trade o(...)

Karen Millen on Grafton Street, Dublin. The High Court ruled in 2008 that Dunnes, in offering for sale a black knit top and blue and brown shirts, infringed Karen Millen’s rights to unregistered community design under European regulations. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The lengthy legal battle between British fashion company Karen Millen and Dunnes Stores over the copying of designs has finally concluded with the dis(...)

A sweater designed by Karen Millen in 2005 (left) and another design which appeared on the shelves of Dunnes Stores outlets  in 2006. Photograph: Handout/PA Wire

The European Court of Justice has ruled against Dunnes Stores in relation to arguments it has made in the case where British fashion company Karen (...)

 The Dunnes Stores outlet on Grafton street, Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke/Irish Times

UK fashion company Karen Millen has won another round in its continuing legal battle with Dunnes Stores over the protection of fashion designs (...)