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Fashion Jobs
VF
Production Planning Manager
Permanent · 香港
NIKE
Dir of Asia Manufacturing & Operations
Permanent · HONG KONG
PUMA
Senior Manager Chemical Compliance
Permanent · Hong Kong
VF
Senior Manager, Regional Projects
Permanent · 香港
VF
Senior Manager - Apparel Digital Product Creation
Permanent · 香港
VF
Senior Manager, Ecommerce, Timberland Apac
Permanent · 香港
LEVI'S
Gsp Purchasing Operations Analyst
Permanent · Wan Chai
ESTÉE LAUDER COMPANIES
Business Intelligence Solutions Manager, Asia Pacific
Permanent · Hong Kong
I.T.
Project Manager, Ecommerce
Permanent · Hong Kong
ESTÉE LAUDER
Vice President, Marketing, Estee Lauder, Asia Pacific
Permanent · Hong Kong
I.T.
Administration Assistant
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Part-Time Educator | Harbour City
Permanent · Tsim Sha Tsui
LULULEMON
Educator (Part-Time) | Hong Kong Ifc
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Educator (Full-Time) | Hong Kong Ifc
Permanent · Hong Kong
PUMA
Intern Apparel
Internship · Hong Kong
ESTÉE LAUDER COMPANIES
Microservices Lead Engineer, Asia Pacific
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Assistant Manager | New Town Plaza
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Educator (Full Time) | Hong Kong Hysan Place
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Educator (Part Time) | Hong Kong Hysan Place
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Educator Full Time | Hong Kong Festival Walk
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Key Leader | Hong Kong New Town Plaza
Permanent · Hong Kong
LULULEMON
Educator- Full Time
Permanent · Hong Kong

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Watchmaker Maurice de Mauriac has a mechanism to avoid supply crunch

Watchmaker Maurice de Mauriac has a mechanism to avoid supply crunch

Swiss watchmaker Maurice de Mauriac is confident it can find a new supplier for watch mechanisms to maintain production as it battles an industry-wide drop in demand due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Edward Crutchley’s Yakuza wives confirm him as a truly major talent

Edward Crutchley’s Yakuza wives confirm him as a truly major talent

Few designers in London today pack as much punch and panache as Edward Crutchley, whose latest collection was an ode to a beautifully histrionic Yakuza gangster film, and all the better for that.
Fashion
London Fashion Week: Day two offers a funky fashion restoration

London Fashion Week: Day two offers a funky fashion restoration

London rocked on Friday with acclaimed historicism and unexpected street wear. Practically no actual shows yet plenty of ideas in some memorable videos, as fashion designers suggested their customers should rage. 
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'Local' London destinations almost back to full health but West End slumbers

'Local' London destinations almost back to full health but West End slumbers

​Footfall to London’s West End remain down by around half year-on-year even though visitor traffic to more ‘local’ London retail destinations is on its way to a full recovery.
Fashion
Regent Street landlord Crown Estate hangs on to cash to survive the pandemic

Regent Street landlord Crown Estate hangs on to cash to survive the pandemic

​The Crown Estate, like other major landlords, is aiming to conserve as much cash as it possibly can and has delayed the payment of its annual income to the Treasury in the face of a shortfall in rent payments.
Fashion
Marimekko issues improved guidance, but uncertainty remins

Marimekko issues improved guidance, but uncertainty remins

​Finnish textiles-to-fashion firm Marimekko has updated its guidance saying net sales will be lower for the full year while comparable operating profit could be at a similar level to last year, but might also be lower.
Fashion
Roland Mouret debut on Amazon's luxury platform

Roland Mouret debut on Amazon's luxury platform

As Amazon launches into luxury fashion and the debate rages about whether that’s a good thing or not, one major London name is backing the move.
Fashion
Aspinal of London CVA to mean store closures

Aspinal of London CVA to mean store closures

​Aspinal of London is the latest British retailer to launch a CVA proposal as the effects of a pandemic have made its current business model unviable.
Fashion
Rent the Runway cuts unlimited membership plan

Rent the Runway cuts unlimited membership plan

The designer clothing rental service has announced that it is discontinuing its unlimited membership in favor of a new pricing structure allowing subscribers to rent four, eight or 16 pieces a month.
Fashion
On its final day, NYFW fuses fun and activism

On its final day, NYFW fuses fun and activism

The final day of this New York fashion season concluded with a surprise collaboration between Christian Cowan and Lil Nas X, a voter registration campaign from Tanya Taylor, and a backyard party from Christian Siriano.
Luxury
Italian leather goods, footwear sectors post dire H1 results

Italian leather goods, footwear sectors post dire H1 results

On the eve of the Mipel and Micam trade shows, data from Confindustra Moda's Research Centre spelled out the severe difficulties faced by the Italian leather goods and footwear industries due to the Covid-19 crisis.
Luxury
LVMH, Tiffany wrangle over court dates after acquisition turns sour

LVMH, Tiffany wrangle over court dates after acquisition turns sour

LVMH tried on Thursday to block an attempt by Tiffany to fast-track legal proceedings in the United States to force the French luxury group to honor an acquisition deal agreed last year.
Luxury
Hard-edged, performance-art chic by Burberry opens London Fashion Week

Hard-edged, performance-art chic by Burberry opens London Fashion Week

Hard-edged chic at Burberry; where a cool cult met for an alternative ceremony inside a soaring forest, in a work of performance art created by Anne Imhof and unveiled Thursday lunchtime, opening London Fashion Week.
Luxury
Raf Simons to show debut signature women’s collections on October 23

Raf Simons to show debut signature women’s collections on October 23

Raf Simons has announced plans to show his signature collections next month, when the Belgian designer will finally debut a women’s collection some two and a half decades after launching his own label.
Fashion
Hermès to open another leather goods workshop in France

Hermès to open another leather goods workshop in France

A few weeks after announcing the future opening of factories in the French regions of Normandy and the Ardennes, the luxury label said that it will open a new leather goods workshop in the Auvergne region by 2023.
Luxury
Harrods opens first standalone H Beauty store in Lakeside, Essex

Harrods opens first standalone H Beauty store in Lakeside, Essex

​It’s been a long time coming since the announcement last year, but Harrods has finally opened its first standalone beauty store, H Beauty, at Lakeside in Essex. A second store will open in Milton Keynes in 2021. 
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