The luggage brand has enlisted global superstar Rihanna, legendary artist Patti Smith, pro basketballer LeBron James and top tennis player Roger Federer for its latest campaign, as the label seeks to expand its horizons.
European Topsoho, owner of the SMCP group and a subsidiary of China's troubled Shandong Ruyi group, seems unable to repay its bond debt maturing on Tuesday, and its creditors might acquire a stake in the company.
African fashion is this month’s headline act, notably championed by Balenciaga and Virgil Abloh, with Friday’s Parisian show organised by Africa Fashion Up, and Afro Fashion Week scheduled in Milan on September 23-26.
Ambitious and industry leading is how ASOS describes the next phase of its “stretching” Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance (ESG) goals. It includes a commitment to achieve carbon Net Zero by 2030.
The Hut Group continued to go from strength to strength in the first half of the year with group revenue rising almost 45% to £958.8 million year-on-year, and rising 95% compared to the first six months of 2019 (2YoY).
Premium fashion retailer Reiss had plenty of good news on Thursday. It announced a move into kidswear for the first time in 50 years, a link-up with Castore, and said that it's recovered strongly from the pandemic.
Supredry's store sales are recovering from the pandemic but it's still in a tough situation and a trading update added on to its full-year results show it's nowhere near the sales it acheived pre-pandemic.
The CFDA announced on Wednesday the nominees and honorees for the CFDA Fashion Awards spotlighting Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen, Emily Adams Bode and Catherine Holstein, among other Fashion Awards nominees.
The footwear maker known for its instantly recognizable foam clogs has revealed a new five-year growth framework, through which it is hoping to achieve revenues of $5 billion by 2026, notably through digital expansion.
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.