Next summer’s womenswear collections showcased in New York, London, Milan and Paris – digitally and on the catwalks - were heavily influenced by life in lockdown, hankering for comfort, minimalism and inclusion.
The British Fashion Council is introducing a new format for The Fashion Awards this year with the December 3 event to be digital “in light of the restrictions imposed on large scale events and travel”.
Uniqlo owner Fast Retailing may have taken a 42% pandemic-linked hit in its latest year but it’s forecasting a 60%+ recovery in its operating profit in the current financial year that ends next August.
Shopping malls giant Hammerson said on Thursday that it has managed to collect only 41% of the Q4 rent that it’s owed. That divides into the UK collecting 38%, Ireland 33%, and France a healthier 51%.
The U.S. State Department has reportedly submitted a proposal for the Trump administration to add China's Ant Group to a trade blacklist, before the fintech arm of e-commerce giant Alibaba is slated to go public.
Amazon.com Inc has reinstated warehouse productivity quotas despite telling a judge it was suspending them during the Covid-19 pandemic, Bloomberg News reported on Wednesday, citing a court filing by company workers.
Capron, VP of Shanghai-based fashion group Icicle, is the new guest of the LuxurynsightXFashionNetwork podcast, talking about her vision for expanding Icicle in Europe, in this French-language episode.
The initiative will certify brands across cosmetics, skincare, hair, bath and body categories based on five pillars: clean ingredients, cruelty-free, vegan brands, positive impact and sustainable packaging.
In the role, Adrian Mitchell will be responsible for leading all finance functions including accounting, treasury, investor relations, internal audit, financial/capital planning and analysis, and procurement.
The European Union should press ahead with plans for a bloc-wide digital tax in case global talks at the OECD to rewrite international tax rules fail, French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Wednesday.
As Covid-19 continues to take its toll on retailers, the Canadian womenswear brand has announced a decline of 17% in its second-quarter sales, with strong e-commerce gains limiting the damage inflicted by the pandemic.