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Herschel names Jon Hoerauf as its first CEO

Herschel names Jon Hoerauf as its first CEO

Vancouver, Canada-based travel lifestyle brand Herschel Supply Co. has named Jon Hoerauf to the newly created role of chief executive officer, effective immediately.
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Vince appoints Jack Schwefel as CEO

Vince appoints Jack Schwefel as CEO

New York-based fashion company Vince Holding Corp. has appointed Jack Schwefel as its chief executive officer, effective March 29. 
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Stitch Fix disappoints with sales, swings to loss

Stitch Fix disappoints with sales, swings to loss

The San Francisco-based fashion subscription service reported lower than expected Q2 net sales of $504.1 million on Monday, up 12% year over year from $451.8 million. The company’s quarterly net loss was $21.0 million.
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Gap reportedly weighing sale of China business

Gap reportedly weighing sale of China business

Apparel retailer Gap Inc is weighing options including a potential sale of its China business, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing people with knowledge of the matter. 
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Mango sees sales drop 22.4% but softens impact of Covid-19 thanks to digital

Mango sees sales drop 22.4% but softens impact of Covid-19 thanks to digital

The company's revenues fell from 2.37 billion euros to 1.84 billion euros in 2020. Online sales grew 36% year over year to 766 million euros, representing 42% of total revenues, while EBITDA came to 193 million euros. 
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Balmain: Around the world in 80 outfits

Balmain: Around the world in 80 outfits

You can’t keep a good showman down. And few are better fashion fantasists than Olivier Rousteing of Balmain, whose latest collection was an homage to the one thing all of us have been gasping for – travel.
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Jeanologia and Anish India Exports launch women-led 100% sustainable garment finishing plant

Jeanologia and Anish India Exports launch women-led 100% sustainable garment finishing plant

Gurugram-based apparel manufacturer Anish India Exports and technology development business Jeanologia have launched a women-led 100% sustainable garment finishing plant ‘Laundry 5.Zero’. 
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Even in France, lingerie shifts from sexy to comfortable

Even in France, lingerie shifts from sexy to comfortable

It might have a reputation as the birthplace of sexy lingerie, but even in France titillation is taking second place to comfort and practicality.
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Momad, Intergift, Bisutex, MadridJoya trade shows to be staged virtually from April 15

Momad, Intergift, Bisutex, MadridJoya trade shows to be staged virtually from April 15

Spanish show organiser Ifema will exceptionally hold its forthcoming fashion, gift and jewellery events 100% online via the LiveConnect platform, with the next physical editions planned for September.
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Maison Rabih Kayrouz launches new ready-to-wear line MRK

Maison Rabih Kayrouz launches new ready-to-wear line MRK

For Paris Fashion Week, the Lebanese designer has unveiled MRK, a new, more affordable ready-to-wear line revisiting the classic women’s wardrobe staples with a sophisticated, minimalistic mood.
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Fashion giant H&M pauses placing new orders in Myanmar

Fashion giant H&M pauses placing new orders in Myanmar

Sweden's H&M, the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, said on Monday it was shocked by the use of deadly force against protesters in Myanmar and that it had paused placing orders in the country.
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Seven Dials names pop-up incubator winners

Seven Dials names pop-up incubator winners

​The Seven Dials area of London is to welcome four emerging, female-led brands via individual pop-up retail space, major landlord Shaftesbury said on Monday.
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Retail parks see strong rise in weekly footfall on eve of England schools reopening

Retail parks see strong rise in weekly footfall on eve of England schools reopening

In the countdown to non-essential stores reopening, how has UK footfall fared in the latest recorded week? In a nutshell, high streets poor, shopping centres not bad, retail parks good.
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​Shoe Zone hails digital growth despite swinging to loss, sees no quick return to profits

​Shoe Zone hails digital growth despite swinging to loss, sees no quick return to profits

No surprises Shoe Zone joined the lengthy list of struggling firms when the UK’s largest value footwear retailer reported its financial results for the 52 weeks ended 3 October on Monday.
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Liverpool One gears up for reopening

Liverpool One gears up for reopening

​And so the preparations begin in the bid to ensure destinations are are on consumers’ ‘must visit’ lists when non-essential retail reopen from 12 April.
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M&S doubles global webstores with launches in 46 new countries

M&S doubles global webstores with launches in 46 new countries

M&S has launched webstores in 46 new international markets as it works to boost its global sales, “instantly expanding online reach to over 100 countries and enabling millions more customers to purchase M&S products”.
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