The Italian luxury group has turned profitable again, and was extremely buoyant in the first six months of the year, driven by China and Thom Browne, the label it acquired in 2018, whose sales doubled.
The Italian brand has announced that “Gucci Love Parade,” the upcoming collection from creative director Alessandro Michele will be presented on one of the most iconic streets in the world: LA’s Hollywood Boulevard.
We could be hearing a lot more from streetwear brand Hera London in the near future with Gymshark director and ex-Chairman Paul Richardson having bought control of the streetwear firm. He’s also now Executive Chairman.
After half a century of loyal and honourable service, Marie-Louise de Clermont-Tonnerre has left the Parisian label. She joined Chanel in 1971 and set up the PR department, notably overseeing brand communications.
Soft-ball questions to a softly spoken designer sitting on a soft white couch over a soft carpet showing a soft-centered collection, at the unveiling of the collab 'Heron Preston for Calvin Klein: Season 2'.
Targeting consumers that "love a flea market", sustainable vintage fashion digital platform Farly launches on 11 November, wanting to attract consumers focused on “monetising creativity while saving the planet".
European fashion brand DeFacto is launching online in the UK this month. That means the omnichannel fashion retailer is continuing to expand its global presence that now numbers over 90 countries worldwide.
Your biggest ever collaboration deserves an equally big publicity shot. So fast-fashion e-tailer Boohoo has ensured its recently-launched tie-up with celebrity Megan Fox isn’t one that’s going to be easily missed.
The retail revival of London’s West End is gathering pace, major landlord Shaftesbury said on Thursday. Business is bouncing back post-lockdowns with the Carnaby Street owner citing a further reduction in available-to-let vacancies.
We've seen more evidence of how younger consumers have changed their shopping habits since the onset of the pandemic with a report saying that many continue the online behaviour they developed during lockdown.