ASOS has announced a series of changes to its board and the departure of CEO Nick Beighton.
Fashion retailer ASOS is to create 184 new jobs in Northern Ireland as it is announced it will invest £14 million in a new tech hub in Belfast.
Kering has taken the decision to stop using animal fur, effective across all brands from the Fall 2022 collections.
A consortium of Australian fashion brands is calling on the government to up its quota of Afghan refugees, according to a report published by The Guardian, promising to support incomers to find employment in the industry.
H&M and Burberry are among a number of western brands facing boycotts in China over their stance on the alleged forced labor in Xinjiang, according to a report published by The New York Times.
Pat McGrath Labs has teamed up with Supreme to launch the MatteTrance Lipstick, the first beauty collaboration in the fashion label’s 26-year history.
Fashion label Gucci has resumed partial prototype work at one of its main Italian sites after reaching a deal with unions concerning health and safety measures.
LVMH is donating some 261 ventilators to French hospitals as part of its wider coronavirus response, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
Masks and scrubs are taking on a whole new meaning across the beauty and fashion industry. Chanel has become the latest luxury firm to announce that it is to produce surgical masks and gowns at its workshops.
Kering-owned brands Saint Laurent and Balenciaga are set to adapt their production facilities to create face masks in a bid to alleviate the shortage within France following the coronavirus outbreak, according to Reuters.