As part of its ongoing commitment to sustainability, the outdoor apparel co-op is organizing used gear swaps at 11 stores across the US later this month, inviting members to trade their gently used equipment.
Unilever shareholder Lindsell Train is likely to use at least some of its shares to vote against the company's planned move to the Netherlands, which will cost the consumer goods giant its spot in the benchmark FTSE 100.
The former professional trade fair, since transformed by Zalando into a hybrid event combining trade show with fashion and music festival, returns to Berlin for its third edition from 31st August to 2nd September.
Columbia net sales increased 21 percent to a record $481.6 million, in the second quarter ended June 30, driven by both wholesale and direct-to-consumer net sales, especially in Latin America and Asia Pacific.
New Zealand-based outdoor retailer Kathmandu is the first southern hemisphere brand to receive its Fair Labor Association accreditation from the U.S., joining the ranks of Patagonia, Columbia and Nike.