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Vinted report claims big CO₂ savings for secondhand compared to buying new
Vinted — the peer-to-peer secondhand fashion marketplace — has released a new report backing up its sustainability claims and saying that it's "a better choice for the climate than buying new".
Clues to Gucci’s strategy in the post-Alessandro Michele era
Comparing the label’s strategy under Alessandro Michele and that of Valentino, where Gucci’s new designer Sabato De Sarno comes from, provides clues to Gucci’s next chapter, according to Retviews.
Moschino announces that Jeremy Scott is stepping down as creative director
The house of Moschino announced on Monday afternoon that Jeremy Scott is stepping down as creative director of the Milan-based marque, after a decade long rein.
Reactive pricing platform BlackCurve gets funding injection
Pricing website BlackCurve has secured an additional £750,000 in new funding, bringing its total raised to £3.7 million, to fund expansion into core online markets.
Dior names Olivier Bialobos deputy managing director
The house of Christian Dior has promoted Olivier Bialobos to deputy managing director in charge of global communication and image, in a significant change of management at the luxury French fashion house.
Net-A-Porter launches SS23 mood-enhancing campaign, details key trends
Luxury e-tailer Net-A-Porter has just unveiled its SS23 seasonal marketing campaign with a focus on “the new-season heroes" to "elevate your look and mood”, and a response to key search trends.
Lifestyle destination Woo names Mullin Fashion Editor-at-Large
Gen Z culture and wellness destination Woo has appointed Callum Mullin as its first Fashion Editor-at-Large, with the fashion writer, model and social media star joining the “genre-defining platform”.
Kering commits to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2035
French luxury conglomerate Kering announced on Friday a new commitment to reduce its absolute greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2035.
Jean Paul Gaultier and Y/Project reunited for second collaboration
After designing Jean Paul Gaultier's haute couture collection, Y/Project designer Glenn Martens is back with a ready-to-wear collection focused on the label's iconic trompe l'oeil prints.
Karla Otto’s The Independents buys US agency Prodject
The group born from the merger between the Karla Otto agency and event organiser K2 has acquired the New York creative agency, which notably produces the uber-popular Met Gala and many top runway shows.
Ongoing Hermes vs. Mason Rothschild case yields new developments
The California multi-media artist has filed new court documents concerning his battle for his NFT MetaBirkins.
Pucci returns to Florence
After presentations in Capri and St. Moritz, creative director Camille Miceli will hold her first ever show for Pucci on May 4 in Florence, the label's home town.
Fendi to stage next menswear show in Pitti, in brand’s new Capannuccia centre
Fendi will stage its next menswear runway show during Pitti Uomo, holding the event inside the brand’s new centre of excellence in Capannuccia. The show will take place late afternoon on Thursday, June 15.
Recovering city centre retail footfall hit by transport strikes
Over half a million UK-wide workers striking on Wednesday was always going to be a massive challenge for retail. And latest figures showed related footfall dipped greatly, according to insight from MRI Springboard.
World first for Stella McCartney as she uses new biomaterial for sequins
Stella McCartney’s ongoing attempts to find planet-friendly materials for her collections are well known and the latest development is on the cover of the Vogue April edition with her use of pioneering sequin tech.
Kjinsen clothing brand to focus on petite women
Women’s fashion label Kjinsen has strategically repositioned itself in luxury sector to target a “vastly underserved” category: petite women. It has relaunched with a ‘Debut Collection’ for women of 5ft 4ins and under.