Farfetch has taken a powerful approach for its 2019 Holiday season campaign, placing its global community “at the heart of Holiday storytelling, focusing on the ways people come together with family and friends”.
Italian multibrand luxury retailer LuisaViaRoma has opened its first foreign branch, a 1,100 m2 store in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. CEO Andrea Panconesi talked to FashionNetwork.com about the retailer’s future projects.
Capri Holdings faced some challenges in Q2 but the company is upbeat about the prospects for its trio of power brands as Versace gains traction, Michael Kors returns to positive comparable sales and Jimmy Choo expands.
Tod’s posted a fall in nine-month revenues and said it would be “challenging” to meet full year profit forecasts as it steps up investments to bolster sales hit by a weak domestic market and turmoil in Hong Kong.
Footwear chain Schuh has launched a Sell Your Soles initiative in a deal with Recyclatex. It encourages customers to recycle unwanted shoes, no matter where they’re from, as long as they’re in a wearable condition.
Selena Gomez may be the star of most Coach campaigns, but for the holiday season, British supermodel Kate Moss is taking over. She’s the focal point of a print campaign that comes with a new heritage product collection.
High-end Italian shoemaker Velasca is opening a boutique on Chiltern Street in the upscale Marylebone area of London, taking space in an area owned by one of the city’s key retail landlords, The Portman Estate.
Lindex improved in Q3 and owner Stockmann is mulling strategic alternatives for the chain, but the firm's department stores remain a challenge, although strategy tweaks focused on fashion, beauty and home are under way.
John Galliano has renewed his contract as creative director of the house of Maison Margiela, in a vote of confidence in the controversial British designer by the brand's owner, Italian billionaire Renzo Rosso.