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Olivier Saillard fêtes the new Weston Vintage project

Olivier Saillard fêtes the new Weston Vintage project

Leave it to Olivier Saillard and J.M. Weston to fête the debut of their new vintage project – a neat example of the circular economy – with a moment of Parisian performance art.
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Loewe’s playful vision of fashion, with a naughty twist

Loewe’s playful vision of fashion, with a naughty twist

Those looking for a playful, yet twisted vision of menswear, with a tincture of transgression and a soupçon of the surreal, need look no further than Loewe, whose latest collection was the definition of playful youth.
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Blame this epic Dior menswear show on Judy

Blame this epic Dior menswear show on Judy

​Kim Jones looked back to his youth in London for inspiration for the latest Dior menswear collection, a bold homage to the late great Judy Blame. The result was a stellar show that hit all the right notes.
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Berluti, between haute sportswear and K-pop

Berluti, between haute sportswear and K-pop

Pandemonium outside the Opera de Paris this morning, as a K-pop star caused a mass stampede as he exited the latest show by Berluti, a collection underlining its rather radical change of direction under Kris Van Assche.
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Sports
Yohji Yamamoto stages a masterfully tailored rebellion

Yohji Yamamoto stages a masterfully tailored rebellion

Yohji Yamamoto presented a collection on the third day of Paris Men’s Fashion Week that conjured up a young, rebellious spirit through refined tailoring, deconstruction and layering.
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Frasers shuts more Jack Wills stores including Soho site

Frasers shuts more Jack Wills stores including Soho site

The gradual retreat of retailers from physical spaces is continuing with the latest slate of store closures coming from Jack Wills, which is now owned by Frasers Group. One central London store is on the closure list.
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Gap announces collaboration with US brand Telfar

Gap announces collaboration with US brand Telfar

US-based apparel and lifestyle brand Gap has announced a partnership with unisex brand Telfar and will unveil more in the coming months.
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UK consumers cut back on spending again, adding to economic gloom

UK consumers cut back on spending again, adding to economic gloom

British consumers failed to increase their spending in December for a record fifth month in a row, adding to signs of a weakening economy that might prompt the Bank of England to cut interest rates this month.
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French label Gerard Darel puts John Moyers in charge of US subsidiary

French label Gerard Darel puts John Moyers in charge of US subsidiary

The French womenswear label poached the recently appointed general manager of its US subsidiary from Zadig & Voltaire.
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Botter charms Paris with highly successful maiden show

Botter charms Paris with highly successful maiden show

At Botter’s first Parisian show, designers Lisi Herrebrugh and Rushemy Botter have captivated the audience with a masterful collection that is a declaration of their love for fashion.
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Strong Black Friday hurt rest of Christmas for struggling retailers says GlobalData

Strong Black Friday hurt rest of Christmas for struggling retailers says GlobalData

The full line-up of Christmas trading statements may not yet have been released, but plenty have already come out and it’s clear that Black Friday’s success could have dealt a crushing blow to Christmas trading overall.
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Boux Avenue in urgent rent talks as sales fall

Boux Avenue in urgent rent talks as sales fall

Boux Avenue has become the latest high-profile retail name to be talking to its landlords over possible rent cuts with reports that it’s in ‘urgent’ talks in the most challenging retail environment ever seen.
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Lingerie
Landsec signs deals with big names including Zara, Radley, Calvin Klein

Landsec signs deals with big names including Zara, Radley, Calvin Klein

Property giant Landsec has signed deals with 25 brands covering 139,900 sq ft across its shopping sites with big UK and international names having just joined or set to join its line-up.
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Amazon promises 1 million new jobs in India amid tensions with government

Amazon promises 1 million new jobs in India amid tensions with government

Amazon.com Inc said it planned to create 1 million jobs in India by 2025, a day after the country’s trade minister said the e-commerce giant’s recently unveiled $1 billion investment in the country was no big favour.
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Issey Miyake stages a jazzy happening for Homme Plissé

Issey Miyake stages a jazzy happening for Homme Plissé

The models at the brand's Paris Fashion Week Men's show danced to jazz at Beaubourg on Thursday, as the Japanese designer presented his new menswear collection for his line of pleated basics. 
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Port of Los Angeles exec says U.S. tariff tiffs could be 'new normal'

Port of Los Angeles exec says U.S. tariff tiffs could be 'new normal'

The executive overseeing the busiest U.S. gateway for ocean trade with China on Thursday said the "weaponisation of tariffs" to advance U.S. policy interests may now be the "new normal.
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