Sales guide

FASHION

STARTED YESTERDAY

Shirin Cashmere for 3 weeks, 11 Beauchamp Place, London SW3 (0171-581 1936).

Cerruti 1881 Menswear 26 New Bond Street, London W1 (0171-493 2278)

STARTED MONDAY

Austin Reed branches nationwide.

Betty Jackson into mid-January, 311 Brompton Road, London SW3.

Biba for 4-5 weeks, 15 Shorts Gardens, London WC2 (0171-240 6694).

Burton for 4 weeks, West 1 Shopping Centre, 379 Oxford Street, London W1, and all stores nationwide (0321 287866).

Cashmere Studio 10 Sloane Street, London SW1 (0171-245 9111).

Cerruti 1881 womenswear until 31 Dec, 106 New Bond Street, London W1 (0171-495 5880).

Ciro pearls until 31 Jan, 61a Brompton Road, London SW3 (0171-589 5584).

Designworks for 3 weeks, 19 Avery Row, London W1.

DKNY Bond Street, London W1.

Dorothy Perkins West 1 Store, 379 Oxford Street, London W1, and branches nationwide.

Emporio Armani 191 Brompton Road, London SW3 (0171-823 8818) and across London. Sales in Manchester and Glasgow start today.

Etam Nationwide.

Giorgio Armani 37 Sloane Street, London SW1 (0171-235 6232).

Hobbs branches nationwide.

Ken Lane until 31 Jan, 30 Burlington Arcade, London SW3 (0171-499 136) and 58 Beauchamp Place, SW3 (0171-584 1985).

Monsoon 23 The Market, London WC2, and stores nationwide.

Next Nationwide.

Oasis until end of January, 292 Regent Street, London W1 and branches nationwide.

Red or Dead all London stores.

The Scotch House for 2-3 weeks, 2 Brompton Road, London SW1 and stores across London.

Simpsons until 25 Jan, Piccadilly, London. Extra 10 per cent off today (offer excludes concessions).

ALREADY ON

Ghost, Kate Jones, Claudia Sebire, Blazer (Moss Bros Group), Racing Green, Ronit Zilkha

HOMES AND INTERIORS

Maples stores nationwide.

Ikea 2 Drury Way, North Circular Road, London NW10 (0181-208 5600) and Croydon, Birmingham, Gateshead, Leeds and Warrington.

DEPARTMENT STORES

STARTED YESTERDAY

Fortnum and Mason 181 Piccadilly, London W1 (0171-734 8040).

STARTED MONDAY

Debenhams (0171-408 4444).

Fenwick for 3 weeks, 63 New Bond Street, London W1, and Brent Cross, Ricemans of Canterbury, Fenwick of Newcastle, Tunbridge Wells, Windsor, York and Leicester.

Harvey Nichols Knightsbridge, London SW1 and in Leeds.

Liberty Regent Street, London W1.

Selfridges for about a month, Oxford Street, London W1.

ALREADY ON

British Home Stores nationwide.

SHOES

STARTED MONDAY

Jones Bootmakers branches across London.

Pied a Terre 31 Old Bond Street, London W1 and all branches in London, Manchester, Glasgow, Brighton, Brent Cross and Lakeside Shopping Centre (details 0171-499 9204).

ALREADY ON

Church's, Ravel

HOMES & INTERIORS

STARTED MONDAY

Heal's until 19 Jan, 196 Tottenham Court Road, London W1 (0171-636 1666) and stores in London and Guildford.

The Pier Stores around the country, including King's Road, London SW3.

Royal Worcester Spode

126 Regent St, London W1.

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