Burberry has released more details of how its see-now, buy-now strategy is evolving under Riccardo Tisci with limited edition pieces from his first collection to be available through a series of 24-hour product releases.
Amsterdam-based Fashion for Good has announced the names of the 12 startups that will join its Plug and Play Programme, a twelve-week course with mentorship by its corporate partners such as Kering and C&A.
The UK menswear sector has been growing for some time and that trend is expected to continue for the next four years, according to the latest report from digital analytics consultancy agency Onefourzero.
A spokesperson said 15 members of staff have been laid off, however an industry insider put the figure closer to 80. The move comes a little over a year after the brand was acquired by two Walmart heirs in a £200m sale.
Pentland Group may be expanding its footwear ops in deals with brands such as Karen Millen and Lacoste, but it’s losing its Ted Baker license as that company buys its UK and US footwear ops and takes them in-house.
The Middle Eastern luxury group Chalhoub and the French business Reworld Media have announced the creation of a joint venture that will publish content geared towards the new generation of consumers in the Middle East.
Cartier maker Richemont on Monday named group veteran Jerome Lambert as chief executive officer, as the luxury goods group posted a 10 percent gain in the five months to Aug. 31 on strong Asia revenues.