In an optimistic outlook for the upcoming Christmas trading period, The John Lewis Partnership (JLP) is to recruit more than 7,000 temporary seasonal staff across the country — 2,000 more than last year.
Called Junk Kouture, it’s a major sustainable fashion initiative for students with an ambitious global target. The programme challenges students aged 13-18 to create bespoke garments using only recycled materials.
Primark, one of Europe's biggest fast fashion chains, has vowed to cut its environmental impact without increasing prices by using more recyclable materials, making clothing more durable, and improving wages for workers.
FatFace CEO Liz Evans is to join Asda as MD of its George unit, a move widely rumoured since the summer. Meanwhile, The FatFace Group has named Will Crumbie as its CEO, moving up immediately from his current CFO post.
Zalando is marking the one-year anniversary of it entering pre-owned with a new marketing campaign underlining the importance of the category following huge growth in the number of items available since its launch.
H&M Group’s Q3 sales rose 14% year-on-year (YoY), the Swedish fashion retail giant said on Wednesday. That said, the figure was in local currencies and when converted to Swedish Krona, the rise was only 9%.
Fashion retail giant Inditex said on Wednesday that its recovery is continuing to gain momentum with its sales, EBITDA and net income in the second quarter of its financial year reaching "historic highs”.
Appointed general manager of fashion and fragrance in 2018, Charlotte Tasset has left the Parisian house, owned by Spain's Puig. Currently, it is not known what her next move will be or who will succeed her.
Not every designer inspires to be a revolutionary artist. Some have more direct goals, like creating empowering and wearable clothes for multiple situations. Like Hellessy, by ex-expert merchandiser Sylvie Millstein.
The Broomfield, Colorado-based footwear company has taken the first major step toward its target of having net zero emissions with the launch of a bio-based version of its Croslite material, set to hit shelves in 2022.
Primark is standing by its value status. That means there’ll be no prices rises at the clothing and lifestyle retailer despite the inevitable pressure on supply chain costs, according to Primark parent company ABF.