Mercer, the high-end sustainable sneaker brand, has opened a flagship brand store in Amsterdam. At Ferdinand Bolstraat 54 in De Pijp, it “immerses the consumer in the world of Mercer with its latest SS21 collection”.
After spending 2020 “honing” and “reshaping” its business, leather producer and supplier Pittards has talked of "acquitting itself robustly” and has “entered 2021 stronger, with a more diverse and flexible business”.
The series of national lockdowns has resulted in significant changes to the way Britons consume goods, including what they buy, the channels they buy through and how they pay, according to new research.
Following months of rumours of a possible stake sale of luxury, street and sports retailer END., The Carlyle Group has announced that it's buying control of the firm following recent exits from Golden Goose and Supreme.
At the conference staged on Thursday by Business France, the NellyRodi agency mapped out the new global consumption patterns, identifying 10 trends that correspond to 10 winning internationalisation practices.
Another day, another story about Burberry innovating in the technology area. After news of its virtual digital store in Japan, on Monday we heard that it's diving deeper into gaming in a China-focused development.
The Hermès Birkin bag is the most Instagrammed designer bag with over 5.9 million posts, a new study has shown. And Hermès also scores strongly with its Kelly bag as that’s in second place with 5.45 million+ posts.
Burberry is continuing to focus on tech in the all-important Asia market and has just announced a new digital project. It has worked with Elle Digital Japan to create an “interactive virtual replica of its Ginza store”.
The NYC-based owner of brands including DKNY and Donna Karan reported net sales of $2.06 billion for the fiscal year ended January 31, 2021, on Thursday, a decrease of 35.0% from $3.16 billion in the previous year.