Supima, often dubbed the "cashmere of cotton", has supplied dozens of alumni of its Supima Design Competition with fabric to create masks and gowns for medical workers and organizations in the Covid-19 frontlines.
Milan’s internationally renowned home decoration and design trade fair has suspended its 2020 edition due to the Covid-19 emergency, rescheduling it to April 13-18 2021, when it will celebrate its 60th anniversary.
At a time when lockdown orders have made laid-back looks more prevalent than ever, Reebok and Victoria Beckham have unveiled a third installment in their ongoing collaboration with the "Essential Purism" collection.
LVMH has denied planning to buy Tiffany shares on the open market, contradicting market rumors stating that they were about to do exactly that, after the US jeweler's stock price fell on the New York Stock Exchange.
Cath Kidston needs to find a buyer urgently, a news report said at the weekend. The company is believed to have called in Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) to conduct an urgent review of its options and ask for fast bids.
Only yesterday, Laura Ashley was still seeking an emergency cash injection to keep it going and talking about a sales improvement. But as of today, the company is filing for administration. Some 2,700 jobs are at risk.
Ikea on Tuesday started selling its products on Alibaba's Chinese e-commerce platform Tmall, the first time the world's biggest furniture retailer has sold through a third party in its 77-year history.
The 59th edition of the furniture show, scheduled in April with 2,200 exhibitors, has been postponed to June, reportedly causing a €120 million impact on business, due also to a shortfall of 30,000 Chinese visitors.