Eco issues and sustainability are becoming increasingly important to consumers, and global fashion search giant Lyst said this week that searches for such products, as well as for luxury resale items, are rising sharply.
The classic video game brand has announced a slew of fashion and beauty licenses to celebrate its 35th birthday, with collaborative collections set to launch in the US, Japan and China, as well as worldwide, in 2019.
A proposal by EssilorLuxottica’s top shareholder and executive chairman to transfer some of its functions to Luxottica’s current CEO, is not in the merger agreement of the two companies, said Essilor on Wednesday.
Sports Direct said on Wednesday it offered Debenhams an interest-free loan in return for a further 5 percent stake, just as the department store was close to securing funds to fend off a bid from Sports Direct's founder.
With millennials leading growth in China’s booming beauty industry, a recent report highlights the steps taken by the classic American cosmetics company to appeal to the Middle Kingdom’s increasingly affluent youth.
Kate Spade New York is among the latest brands preparing for their Hudson Yards debut, with the label set to open its newest boutique – a retail embodiment of Nicola Glass' new vision for the brand – on Friday.
The jewelry retailer named Joan M. Hilson as its new CFO on Wednesday and announced the creation of a combined leadership team for its mall-based stores as part of its Path to Brilliance transformation plan.
The apparel company has announced Ronald L. Nelson as its new chairman of the board, effective April 23, 2019, contingent upon his re-election to the board of directors at the company's annual shareholder meeting.
US jewellery label Stella & Dot, specialised in direct door-to-door sales, has decided to leave the European market, due to the recent slumps of the pound and the euro, as well as rising operating costs.
Business groups have signalled that they’re losing patience with UK politicians as MPs reject the negotiated Brexit deal and rule out a no-deal exit altogether, but the government insists no-deal is still an option.
Inditex's Pablo Isla has announced that the long-term goal is for Zara Home to be considered a section of Zara. The homeware brand will continue to operate standalone stores, with some products available in Zara.