At the Economist Sustainability Summit, a trio of fashion execs with a focus on sustainability showed just how much the fashion sector is committed to reducing its footprint and working for 100% circularity.
The sportswear retailer reported sales and earnings for the fourth quarter which topped analysts’ estimates on Friday, and announced that it has begun the search for a replacement for CEO Jeff Rosenthal.
Who What Wear UK has announced a new partnership with peer-to-peer wardrobe rental platform, Hurr Collective, “a disruptive platform that allows women to share and monetise their wardrobes, by renting and not buying.”
According to ThredUp’s 2019 Resale Report, the secondhand apparel market has been growing 21 times faster than retail apparel over the last three years and is on track to be larger than fast fashion by 2028.
American footwear group Red Wing Shoe Company has announced the opening of its first Manhattan flagship in Midtown, offering a range of the brand's signature work boots, as well as its heritage collection.
Deichmann is ploughing £600,000 into its shop at Whitefriars shopping centre to become the largest shoe retailer in Canterbury. The makeover will see the store double in size and introduce the brand's latest shop fit.
Swedish fashion retailer KappAhl offered up mixed Q2 results on Wednesday, reporting a “satisfactory” kick-off to last season with full-price sales doing reasonably well due to “well-filled stores and a broader offer.”
The Columbus, Ohio-based footwear and accessories company announced on Tuesday that it has changed its name to Designer Brands, and laid out a series of targets and strategic priorities for fiscal 2021.