International franchise falls prey to admin

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In this week’s Inside Retail PREMIUM, the parent company of a fashion franchise placed in admin this week gives Claire Hibbit the latest update on the company’s status, while Louis Vuitton speaks about a new initiative under trial in its Australian flagships.

McDonald’s provides some insights into its future, while some other Australian retailers should perhaps show some caution going forward.

In other news, a fresh new Melbourne retailer is bottling NY.

Fashion retailers are off to a wobbly start in 2015, while JLL releases its latest data on retail rents and the direction they’re headed.

In his exclusive monthly column, shopping centre and property expert, Michael Baker, talks sitting tenant renewals.

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