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Rab and Lowe Alpine owner reveals next stage in transparency programme
British outdoor company Equip Outdoor Technologies, owner of the Rab and Lowe Alpine brands, has announced the next stage in its Material Facts sustainability programme.
Denim Première Vision celebrates second edition in Berlin
Denim Première Vision took place in Berlin for the second time. On May 31 and June 1, the fair brought together 64 denim industry players from a total of 14 countries at the Arena Berlin.
Andreas Melbostad launches signature label
Norwegian designer Andreas Melbostad has launched a label under his own name after years spent at a raft of major brands, with the new limited-edition unisex offer available exclusively via his webstore melbostad.com.
Pull&Bear expands on Primavera Sound deal with The Vision for 2023
With festival season getting under way, it’s interesting to see how brands are making the most of the season’s opportunities. And news has come in that Pull&Bear has renewed and enhanced its link with Primavera Sound.
FGF Industry wants to grow in the German market with Blauer USA and Ten C
FGF boss Enzo Fusco achieved a turnover of around 10 million euros on the German market in 2022. He revealed some of his plans for 2024 to FashionNetwork.com on the sidelines of a showroom presentation in Milan.
Knowledge key for Gen Z who'd return less if they knew about carbon impact
We’ve heard a lot about how returns are causing a major problem for retailers in the fashion sector at present, but a new study suggests that better communication about the impact of returns could make a difference.
London's Paolina Russo wins Zalando Visionary Award, to show at CFW
A UK-based label has won the first Zalando Visionary Award in partnership with Copenhagen Fashion Week (CFW) with Paolina Russo scooping the prize.
Giorgio Armani Mare starts resort and city pop-up tour
As consumers globally get the travel bug again, Giorgio Armani Mare is backing its SS23 offer via a series of pop-ups in “the most important cities and destinations in Europe and Asia”.
ASOS sees bid approach as share price slumbers - report
ASOS is believed to have received a £1 billion takeover approach a few months ago from a Turkish company taking advantage of the potential in its giant market but also its falling share price.
George Davies will headline next Pure London's content programme
Pure London has announced retail legend George Davies as a keynote speaker for the upcoming fashion tradeshow at London’s Olympia next month.
Lanigan & Hulme to move from centre of Manchester
Lanigan & Hulme is to relocate its menswear boutique in central Manchester to nearby Knutsford in Cheshire.
ASOS and British Land drop out of FTSE 100 and 250 as their shares fall
In a dramatic fall from financial grace, ASOS shares have been relegated from the UK’s mid-tier FTSE 250 index. The digital fashion retailer moves into the FTSE SmallCap index from 16 June.
Ebay expands authentication program to streetwear
Global commerce platform Ebay has expanded its authentication program to streetwear.
Gap settles Patagonia trademark lawsuit over 'iconic' pocket design
Outdoor clothing retailer Patagonia Inc has settled its lawsuit accusing Gap Inc of illegally copying the "iconic" snapped flap pocket that the company has long featured on its fleece outerwear.
Mango talks U.S. market ambitions, product quality and Simon Miller collaboration
Barcelona-based fashion giant Mango and Californian brand Simon Miller have teamed up on a collaborative collection this summer, highlighting the retailer's ambitions for the U.S. market and better made products.
Colorful Standard sells stake to ABN Amro Sustainable Impact Fund
The Danish ready-to-wear label, known for its colourful, sustainable made-in-Europe collections, has sold a 49% stake in the company to the ABN Amro bank’s investment fund, and has appointed Tommaso Brusò as CEO.