The country's biggest tax reform since independence will go in to effect on Saturday, which millions of small-scale firms, including textile companies, view as a threat to what they consider their business model.
The London College of Fashion, Zegna Foundation and weaving centre San Patrignano have joined hands on a social project that demonstrates fashion’s ability to promote rehabilitation and social inclusion.
Major brands from Aldi to Zara agreed on Thursday to improve conditions for up to 2 million Bangladeshi garment workers, four years after a garment factory collapse in Dhaka killed more than 1,000 people.
At midnight on Friday, India will introduce nationwide goods and sales tax with Prime Minister Narendra Modi taking centre-stage in parliament for what will be the country's biggest tax reform in 70 years.
It's official. French’s fashion governing body, for decades colloquially known as the Chambre Syndicale has changed its name. From Thursday on, it will be known as Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM).
A copyright infringement battle that started in 2016 leads up to a recent lawsuit from Forever 21 against Gucci, denying knock-offs and requesting the removal of the Italian label's trademark registration.
A New York bankruptcy court has ordered that Global Brands and Marquee are approved to purchase the struggling BCBG Max Azria for $165 million and assume the label's intellectual property for future operations.
EU antitrust regulators hit Google with a record 2.42-billion-euro ($2.7 billion) fine on Tuesday, taking a tough line in the first of three investigations into the company's dominance in searches and smartphones.
Riskified, an Israeli startup whose clients include Macy's and Footlocker, has won the backing of LVMH's holding company in a funding round. In May, the luxury group launched an online store for all its brands.