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Big shake-up for M&S fashion lines

Marks & Spencer is gearing up to compete with Next, Asos and Boohoo as it starts to sell third-party fashion brands online.

M&S, which has stores in Cheltenham and Gloucester, will launch ranges from retailers including Joules, Phase Eight, Hobbs and Seasalt online from Thursday (February 25), as reported by Retail Gazette.

The move is seen as the biggest overhaul of M&S fashion in 20 years.

Among the new lines will be an exclusive range from Finery London, owned by Dragon's Den star Touker Suleyman.

The new fashion ranges will also be in stores when they reopen following the current lockdown.

M&S bought the Jaeger brand and products last month, following the collapse the Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group.

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