January may not have seemed to be the best month for UK retail but according to the latest official figures from the Office for National Statistics, it was a better than expected month for the fashion sector.
It seems Bagir is losing patience. The tailoring specialist has been waiting several years now for an investment by Shandong Ruyi to complete and with no sign of that happening, it's taking action for breach of contract.
Go Global closed on the deal for the online women's retailer, which carries a range of women's indie and vintage clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories, on January 27, with financial backing from Tiger Capital Group.
The San Francisco-based apparel group has teamed up with the world’s largest fashion resale platform to encourage consumers to participate in the circular economy, becoming a partner in its Resale-as-a-Service program.
Silvia Fendi Venturini sent out an ultra-chic and cosy wardrobe for next winter at Milan Fashion Week, designing for a woman who exalts in her own seductiveness behind a martial façade, or perhaps the other way around.
The shopping networks will be launching over 70 new brands discovered through “The Big Find” before the end of this year. The newcomers will be offering shoppers cosmetics, jewelry and accessories, among other products.
Launchmetrics tracks the data behind Pepe Jeans' partnership with Dua Lipa to measure its impact. The report uncovers a formula for success, enhanced by the brand’s own media and Dua Lipa’s global influence.
U.S. department store operator Sears has reportedly reached a deal for a fresh financial lifeline totaling roughly $100 million from hedge fund Brigade Capital Management LP, as it tries to stabilize after bankruptcy.
Première Vision Paris and the Fairyland for Fashion shows (with Texworld and Apparel Sourcing) ended up hosting just under half of the Chinese exhibitors expected, and all reported big declines in visitor attendance.