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.
As a member of the pledge, Tapestry will commit to securing the advancement of Black individuals in the fashion and beauty industry and will work with BIFC executive board members over the next three years.
Suits and tailored shirts are out, sweatpants and pajamas are in: remote working is changing work clothes habits, and old-school office attire should emerge from the pandemic far less starched and strict.
The Denver, Colorado-based owner of brands including Vans, The North Face and Timberland, has announced that it has allocated all of the net proceeds from its inaugural green bond to 13 of its sustainability projects.
It’s bad and it could get a whole lot worse. That’s the stark message for the UK retail jobs sector from the Centre for Retail Research (CRR). Its latest figures show 27,096 retail jobs have been lost so far this year.
The revenue of top fashion multinationals plummeted by 21.8% in the first nine months of 2020 because of the pandemic, according to a study published on Wednesday by Italian investment bank Mediobanca.
Indian retailers on Wednesday urged the government to ban the local operations of Amazon, after Reuters reported the online giant has for years given preferential treatment to a group of sellers on its India platform.
Scottish retail was given a boost Wednesday with news it won’t pay business rates through to next year. The measures, which also cover the hospitality and leisure industries, will last until April 2022.
A judge has said Citigroup is not entitled to recoup half a billion dollars of its own money that it mistakenly wired lenders of Revlon, in what he called "a banking error of perhaps unprecedented nature and magnitude."