Which came first, the influencer or the businesswoman? Spain's Gala González, who has over a million followers on Instagram, has launched her own clothing label, introducing timeless pieces at affordable prices.
A new UK spending survey of 2,000 consumers for March showed physical stores performing better than online last month, although 2019 continues to be a challenging year for retailers. But fashion spend rose last month.
Kering's shares fell by nearly 6 percent on Thursday after signs of a slowdown at the French fashion company's Gucci brand, particularly in the United States, took the shine off a broader rise in sales.
Beauty and personal care were a big part of Unilever's larger than expected Q1 sales rise and its acquisitions grew faster than other brands as their innovative business models and products scored globally.
Bangladesh’s garment makers have asked the government to extend a 5 percent export subsidy for the industry, saying they are being squeezed between low international prices for clothing and rising production costs.
French-Italian eyewear group EssilorLuxottica has hired two headhunters to search for a new chief executive officer in a bid to cool a conflict between its French and Italian partners over leadership of the company.
Amazon.com Inc said it will shut its China online store by July 18, as the U.S. e-commerce giant focuses on the lucrative businesses of selling overseas goods and cloud services in the world’s most populous nation.
Time Magazine has named Clare Waight Keller, the artistic director of the house of Givenchy, and Valentino's Pierpaolo Piccioli to its '2019 Time 100' list of the 100 most influential people in the world.
Gucci growth is slowing but Kering is OK with that as it's still surging. Meanwhile Saint Laurent and Balenciaga are powering ahead and Bottega Veneta sales may be down, but the omens are good for Daniel Lee's designs.
H&M is investing heavily in areas like artificial intelligence and customer loyalty as it looks to improve the way it spots trends and plans logistics, and ultimately reduce discounted sales and piles of unsold stock.
Neiman Marcus has announced its acquisition of a minority stake in Fashionphile, making it the first major luxury retailer to directly invest in resale, a market segment projected to grow to $51 billion by 2023.