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Parisian chic, seen through the eyes of Coperni, Victoria/Tomas

Parisian chic, seen through the eyes of Coperni, Victoria/Tomas

The second day of catwalk shows gave designers the opportunity to celebrate Parisian style, with contemporary chic collections brimming with details, notably by Coperni and Victoria/Tomas.
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Former Office CEO joins Dr Martens as EMEA president

Former Office CEO joins Dr Martens as EMEA president

Lorenzo Moretti, who left his job as chief executive officer of British footwear chain Office in November after just one year at the company, has become the new EMEA president for Dr Martens.
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Karl Lagerfeld and Woolmark Company launch 777 Knit Karl boxes

Karl Lagerfeld and Woolmark Company launch 777 Knit Karl boxes

The brands have teamed up to honour the late designer’s life through a knitting project. 777 ‘Knit Karl’ kits have launched as part of the collaboration in an ode to the designer’s favourite number.
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UK retailers plan investment boost says CBI survey, but fashion sector is tough

UK retailers plan investment boost says CBI survey, but fashion sector is tough

The latest CBI Distributive Trades Survey has shown no relief in weak retail sales during February but many retailers seem to be upbeat and are planning investment for growth this year.
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British Land CEO prepares to exit, successor announcement is close

British Land CEO prepares to exit, successor announcement is close

Giant UK retail landlord British Land is in the spotlight with its longstanding CEO set to exit and the firm close to appointing a successor, according to a report.
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Ted Baker cuts HQ jobs as it seeks to get back on track

Ted Baker cuts HQ jobs as it seeks to get back on track

Fresh from reports that Ted Baker is seeking to sell its HQ to generate cash, news has came that the firm is cutting head office jobs with 102 posts being made redundant and another 58 current vacancies left unfilled.
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UK fashion prices have fallen further since EU exit day

UK fashion prices have fallen further since EU exit day

UK fashion pricing has been under pressure during February as the temporary bounce seen during January appears to have ended and consumers need extra inducements to part with their cash.
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Cambodian PM offers tax breaks to factories hit by coronavirus, EU tariff losses

Cambodian PM offers tax breaks to factories hit by coronavirus, EU tariff losses

Cambodia's Prime Minister promised on Monday to give tax breaks to garment factories hit by supply chain disruptions from the coronavirus epidemic and higher tariffs after the EU withdrew trade preferences.
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UAE's Majid Al Futtaim posts modest annual growth, sees better 2020

UAE's Majid Al Futtaim posts modest annual growth, sees better 2020

Dubai-based retail developer Majid Al Futtaim said on Monday its annual EBITDA and revenue edged higher, sharply slowing from the pace of growth seen in 2018, amid challenging conditions in its key Middle East markets.
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EU extends EssilorLuxottica, GrandVision antitrust investigation to July 6

EU extends EssilorLuxottica, GrandVision antitrust investigation to July 6

EU antitrust regulators on Tuesday extended their investigation into Ray-Ban maker EssilorLuxottica’s 7.2 billion-euro bid for Dutch opticians group GrandVision by two weeks to July 6, according to an EU filing. 
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Amazon expands physical footprint with bigger cashier-less shop

Amazon expands physical footprint with bigger cashier-less shop

Amazon.com Inc is bringing its cashier-less store technology to a larger stage. 
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Tesco completes China exit with 275 million pound stake sale

Tesco completes China exit with 275 million pound stake sale

Britain’s biggest retailer Tesco has completed its exit from China with the 275 million pound sale of its joint venture stake to state-run partner China Resources Holdings.
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Philipp Plein sparks outrage over botched Kobe Bryant tribute

Philipp Plein sparks outrage over botched Kobe Bryant tribute

The runway set's inclusion of gilded helicopters was interpreted by many as insensitive, considering Bryant's tragic death in a helicopter crash. 
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Revolve sales boosted by Forward business

Revolve sales boosted by Forward business

The online fashion retailer reported a 16% increase in sales in the fourth quarter on Tuesday, as the company's high-end Forward business came into its own, posting particularly strong growth.  
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Wolverine World Wide earnings knocked back by environmental litigation

Wolverine World Wide earnings knocked back by environmental litigation

The footwear company announced a slight increase in its fourth-quarter sales on Tuesday, but plummeted into loss as expenses related to environmental litigation took their toll on the group’s bottom line.
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Coronavirus to hit Vietnam's garment industry hard - association chairman

Coronavirus to hit Vietnam's garment industry hard - association chairman

Vietnamese garment makers will face a severe shortage of materials because the new coronavirus has disrupted their supply chains, the chairman of the Vietnam Textile and Apparel Association said on Tuesday.
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