The World Cup final on Sunday will not only be an all-European affair but an all-Nike match. For the first time in its history, the American sportswear manufacturer will be providing the kit for the two finalists.
Italy’s Borsalino, one of the world’s most famous hat makers and known for Humphrey Bogart’s fedora in the film “Casablanca”, has been rescued by Haeres Equita, a group of investors led by a Swiss-Italian financier.
Four global finalists were revealed at the New York semi-final competition for the seventh International Woolmark Prize held. Three Americans and an Australian will join eight Asian and European designers.
Middle East online retail upstart noon.com said Thursday it was expanding into China, seeking partners in the country's flourishing e-commerce industry to help it compete with Amazon in its home markets.
Texworld USA and sister show Apparel Sourcing are returning to New York this month to offer the largest sourcing event on the East Coast for buyers, developers, designers, merchandisers and sourcing professionals.
Nike has launched its newest omnichannel concept Nike Live, bringing together digital and brick-and-mortar retail in a 4,500-square-foot cross-category store called Nike by Melrose, on Melrose in the heart of West LA.
American Eagle's lingerie brand Aerie has released new imagery for its Aerie Real campaign, this time featuring models with a wide range of disabilities in an effort to connect with a diverse consumer base.
The General Assembly of the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM) – French fashion’s governing body – on Thursday re-elected Ralph Toledano as President of the Federation for an extended four-year term.
Abercrombie & Fitch has entered into a global partnership with Sbe, the lifestyle and hospitality company behind nightclubs, hotels and restaurants such as SLS Hotels, Mondrian, Umami Burger and Doheny Room Skybar.