Are sneakerheads in for a rough holiday season? Nike Inc's updates to its full-year sales outlook on Thursday will likely answer that as it deals with unprecedented supply challenges ahead of the holiday season.
Luxury lifestyle brand BALR is relaunching in Britain and Ireland this season and has appointed Start agency as its UK sales partner. The label launches in lHarvey Nichols, Selfridges, and the expanding Flannels chain.
UK-based luxury brand Belstaff has released its results for the whole of 2020 and it was a decidedly mixed bag with clear improvements in some areas but the INEOS-backed business was still loss-making.
French luxury resale site Vestiaire Collective’s onward march is continuing with news that it has raised a further €178m in new finance, six months after a previous funding round. The firm is now valued at $1.7bn.
The San Francisco-based online styling service reported net revenue of $571.2 million for the fourth quarter on Tuesday and also announced the launch of its new Stitch Fix Freestyle shopping experience.
Paul & Joe showed its new collection in London on September 20, a first for the French label and a reflection of its new approach, which its founder has described to FashionNetwork.com in an exclusive interview.
Sergio Tacchini Europe and Sugi International have announced a new long-term footwear licence deal that will see products launching for AW22. Sugi will distribute the branded footwear to retailers across the EMEA region
The luggage brand has enlisted global superstar Rihanna, legendary artist Patti Smith, pro basketballer LeBron James and top tennis player Roger Federer for its latest campaign, as the label seeks to expand its horizons.
European Topsoho, owner of the SMCP group and a subsidiary of China's troubled Shandong Ruyi group, seems unable to repay its bond debt maturing on Tuesday, and its creditors might acquire a stake in the company.
Few fashion houses pulled off a show with such aplomb in the tricky current conditions of the current pandemic as Carolina Herrera, where the house’s artistic director has carved out a freshly classical oeuvre.
The Hut Group continued to go from strength to strength in the first half of the year with group revenue rising almost 45% to £958.8 million year-on-year, and rising 95% compared to the first six months of 2019 (2YoY).