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M&S launches Goodmove on third-party sports website

Marks and Spencer today launches its Goodmove leisurewear line on sportswear site The Sports Edit. Goodmove, which is M&S’s biggest in-house womenswear brand selling leggings and… View Article

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M&S launches Goodmove on third-party sports website

Marks and Spencer today launches its Goodmove leisurewear line on sportswear site The Sports Edit.

Goodmove, which is M&S’s biggest in-house womenswear brand selling leggings and sports bras, launched in 2020 and sells 1.6m items every year.

Its bestsellers will now be available on The Sports Edit, which stocks athletic clothing from Adidas and Nike and smaller brands such as Free People Movement.

It is the first time M&S clothes have been sold through a third-party website. The retailer said it is aiming to widen its online offering.

The new strategy has seen it roll out 40 guest brands – including Fat Face and Joules on M&S.com.

M&S clothing and home managing director Richard Price said the launch is an ‘exciting opportunity’ to showcase Goodmove to more customers.

Sports Edit boss Nick Paulson-Ellis said: ‘This is just the first move in our exciting partnership.’

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