The New York-based brand management company announced on Monday that it is reviewing a range of strategic alternatives for the future of its business, and also revealed that its current CEO is stepping down.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear Amazon.com’s bid to avoid a lawsuit seeking to ensure that its warehouse workers get paid for the time it takes them to go through post-shift security screenings.
The company set up from scratch in 2014 by luxury group Kering, the industry’s first to internalise its eyewear business, is about to top the €500 million revenue mark, and says it isn’t interested in Safilo.
Marks & Spencer is set to drop its Classics sub-brand from Autumn/Winter 2019 and is relaunching the Per Una sub-brand with a redefined aesthetic, to shift customer perceptions from “too frilly” to “stylishly feminine”.
FashionNetwork.com, the world’s leading multi-lingual fashion news source, and FashionJobs.com, the industry’s leading employment website, are pleased to announce a new reader-friendly site redesign as of Oct. 7, 2019.
Luxury department store Harrods is riding high despite a profits slip as its sales continue to rise. But its boss Michael Ward has warned that a possible Jeremy Corbyn-led government could dent turnover.
UK-based lingerie label Bluebella has launched with Victoria’s Secret with the label now available at select Victoria's Secret stores in the US and on its webstore. It will launch at some of the UK stores on October 11.
House of Fraser’s owner Sports Direct vehemently denied a report on Monday that most stores will close after the Christmas trading period as it responded to a story suggesting HoF was ready to exit most of its stores.
Given H&M’s massive size, it’s no surprise that the Swedish fashion retailer has an endless stream of news and there are two major developments to share today, one on the style front and one about a new country debut.