Boohoo defended its supplier practices again on Tuesday after a report said the online fashion retailer faced the possibility of a U.S. import ban due to allegations over the use of slave labour in supplier factories.
A manager at Amazon sued the online retailer for discrimination on Monday, saying it hires Black people for lower positions and promotes them more slowly than white workers, and that she was subjected to harassment.
Normally, at this time of year, the world's fashionistas would have descended en masse on Paris for the latest womenswear collections. Instead, models are having to find new ways to keep their careers afloat.
Bad news for the fashion sector came with a study released Wednesday that claims microplastics from textiles damage lung cells. Researchers say microplastics may inhibit our lungs from repairing Covid-19 damage.
A venture part-owned by Finnish forestry group Stora Enso, H&M and IKEA said on Tuesday it was set to build a demonstration plant in Sweden for a new, more sustainable wood-based textile fibre after years of research.
One of the great retailing experts, Helen Lambert, talks with Godfrey Deeny about what's next in e-tailing and what's up with her latest project, online wholesale platform Style Pulse, in our latest podcast.
Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, the American fashion organization has announced the launch of Impact, a multi-layered initiative that aims to create opportunities in fashion for underrepresented communities.
Valentino was sued on Friday for $207.1 million by the landlord of its former American flagship on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue, which said Valentino had no right to break its lease and leave the store in disrepair.