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Fashion Jobs
PUMA
Executive, Marketing
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Senior Manager, Supply Chain Management
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Manager - Marketing, Shiseido Fragrance Division And dg Beauty
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Regional Training & Performance Manager
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Assistant Marketing Manager, Brand Partnership
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Regional Customer And Store Experience Manager
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Retail Consultant | Hong Kong And Macau
Permanent · Central
SHISEIDO
Contract Accounting Officer, Finance And Accounts
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Manager - Business Planning, Ipsa
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Manager - Ecommerce & CRM, Nars
Permanent · Hong Kong
PUMA
Executive, Key Account - Partner Store
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Accountant - Financial Planning & Analysis, Finance And Accounts
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Assistant Manager/Senior Officer - Demand Planning, Ipsa
Permanent · Hong Kong
PUMA
Coordinator Sample Accessories
Permanent · Hong Kong
SHISEIDO
Assistant Manager - Inventory Planning, Supply Chain Management
Permanent · Hong Kong
PUMA
Developer Apparel
Permanent · Hong Kong
GUSTO LUXE (FORMERLY REUTER COMMUNICATIONS)
PR Intern
Internship · 香港
PUMA
Assistant Manager Business Process Solutions
Permanent · Hong Kong
PUMA
Assistant Accountant
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Regional fp&a Analyst, Asia
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Office Coordinator
Permanent · Hong Kong
AESOP
Employee Experience Officer
Permanent · Hong Kong

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West End landlord Shaftesbury hails footfall recovery, rising property values

West End landlord Shaftesbury hails footfall recovery, rising property values

​Shaftesbury, the West End property giant that's in talks about a merger with Capco, has reported what might be its last set of results before a merger is unveiled with footfall up and its portfolio value growing.
Fashion
Big luxury names still back physical retail, London, Paris, NYC are key

Big luxury names still back physical retail, London, Paris, NYC are key

Major global brands will “continue betting on physical retail to drive sales in resilient destination cities”, a Savills report says. And it named New York, Paris and London as “the most attractive cities for retailers”.
Fashion
Luxe sector calls for return of UK VAT-free shopping as spending plummets

Luxe sector calls for return of UK VAT-free shopping as spending plummets

​Luxury businesses have renewed calls for the UK government to reverse its decision to end VAT-free shopping for tourists, saying Britain is losing out to other European countries as big-spenders go elsewhere.
Fashion
Duty-free retailer Dufry's Q1 sales soar on post-COVID travel boom

Duty-free retailer Dufry's Q1 sales soar on post-COVID travel boom

Swiss duty-free retailer Dufry on Thursday posted 144.5% organic sales growth for the first quarter, supported by an uptake in travel in Europe and the Americas as coronavirus curbs were eased.
Lifestyle
Tough April for UK e-tail points to 'end of digital boom' - report

Tough April for UK e-tail points to 'end of digital boom' - report

​Good news for UK online fashion sales. Not so good news for digital beauty sales. Even worse for the e-tail industry as a whole. And after weak April numbers, it suggests the digital boom could well be over.
Fashion
West End set to boom on tourists' return - report

West End set to boom on tourists' return - report

​Cheery news for London retail. After the pandemic starved the capital of overseas tourists, they’re now expected to flock back, according to a new report.
Fashion
Amazon to reimburse U.S. employees who travel for abortions, other treatments

Amazon to reimburse U.S. employees who travel for abortions, other treatments

Amazon.com Inc, the second-largest U.S. private employer, told its staff on Monday it will pay up to $4,000 in travel expenses annually for non-life threatening medical treatments including abortions, reports said.
Lifestyle
Fashion and luxury flock to the Venice Biennale

Fashion and luxury flock to the Venice Biennale

From Dior to Chanel, Bottega Veneta to Louis Vuitton, luxury houses and brands such as Diesel or Drome are multiplying their artistic initiatives in Venice, where the 59th Art Biennale has just kicked off.
Luxury
Faire heads downunder with Australia entry

Faire heads downunder with Australia entry

Online wholesale marketplace Faire announced on Wednesday its entry into Australia, as the U.S. firm expands its global reach beyond North America and Europe. 
Fashion
Hermès Q1 sales are strong, group is upbeat despite volatile backdrop

Hermès Q1 sales are strong, group is upbeat despite volatile backdrop

​Luxury giant Hermès was the latest big name to update on recent trading on Thursday and it reported what we’ve seen elsewhere so far this year — “strong sales momentum across all business lines in all areas”.
Luxury
Jean Paul Gaultier's Fashion Freak Show to land in London in July

Jean Paul Gaultier's Fashion Freak Show to land in London in July

​Jean Paul Gaultier’s production Fashion Freak Show is returning to the London stage. The show, which explores Gaultier’s colourful life and career, previews at the Roundhouse in Camden on 15 July until 28 August.
Luxury
Duty-free retailer Dufry expects to open 90% of sales capacity by April

Duty-free retailer Dufry expects to open 90% of sales capacity by April

Swiss duty-free retailer Dufry expects to reopen more than 90% of its sales capacity by April as travel rebounds from the pandemic slump, it said on Tuesday, after its 2021 turnover met its worst case scenario forecast.
Lifestyle
Oxford's Street's "candy and tat shops" are on council hit list

Oxford's Street's "candy and tat shops" are on council hit list

​Seen by many as downmarket eyesores, Oxford Street’s raft of candy stores in London, alongside tourist shops and phone repair shops, could soon disappear if Westminster Council gets its way.
Fashion
Hermès booms in 2021, couldn't meet demand in Q4

Hermès booms in 2021, couldn't meet demand in Q4

​Hermès was the latest luxury group to signal a strong recovery on Friday with the French firm’s Q4 and full-year sales highlighting the resilience of the biggest global luxury names both during and after the pandemic.
Luxury
UK to lose top spot in European duty-free sales table

UK to lose top spot in European duty-free sales table

​As retailers continue to campaign against the UK's changes to VAT-free shopping rules, new analysis from GlobalData claims Britain will lose its top spot in the European ‘duty-free’ market as spend falls 70% by 2025.
Fashion
West End footfall rises after Plan B restrictions are eased

West End footfall rises after Plan B restrictions are eased

​The easing of Plan B Covid restrictions in England over the past week has seen consumers returning to London’s West End, which is home to the flagship stores of many of the fashion sector’s biggest retail names.
Fashion