LVMH’s purchase of Tiffany & Co is said to be in doubt, with LVMH board members thought to have recently held a meeting regarding the matter, according to a report by WWD.com.
London-based luxury make-up brand CODE8 has announced British model Alexa Chung as its first Brand Ambassador.
Onitsuka Tiger has teamed up with Shu Uemura to launch a coordinated collection that comprises a pair of sneakers and 11 beauty products, according to a report published by Lifestyle Asia.
South African retailer RunwaySale has received an investment of R100 million from private equity firm SPEAR Capital, according to a report by Business Tech.
Chanel is under investigation by The Korean Free Trade Commission (KFTC) in South Korea for allegedly flaunting the country’s Free Trade Act, according to a report by RLI.com.
Fashion organization Reference Festival is set to host the world’s first Animal Crossing fashion show, with avatars dressed up in clothes inspired by the likes of Prada, Loewe and GmbH.
Gucci has announced it is to become ‘seasonless’ in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and will streamline its annual shows down from five to two.
Bernaud Arnault has acquired a minority stake in publishing and retail group Lagardère SCA through his Group Arnault holding, according to a report by WWD.com.
Dior has partnered with Meitu to launch an AI-powered skin-testing tool dubbed Dior Skin ID, according to a report published by KrAsia.
Avon is set to stock a series of protective fabric face masks alongside its lipsticks and moisturisers, according to a report published by ITV.
Chanel has launched its new Le Lion fragrance in the Middle East, seven months before it is due to roll out worldwide, according to a report by Emirates Woman.
South Korean fashion brand Handsome has acquired a majority stake in K-beauty cosmeceutical brand Cleangen for KRW10 billion, according to a report published by Aju Daily.
Next is taking its burgeoning beauty business into bricks and mortar, according to a report published by the BBC.
Shanghai’s administration has conceived a novel way to boost economic activity in the wake of the coronavirus. The Chinese city is staging a two-month-long shopping festival, named Double Five Shopping Festival, according to a report published by WWD.
Dior has launched an online store serving the UAE market, according to a report published by Cosmopolitan Middle East.
L Brands has unveiled it is to operate Victoria’s Secret as a standalone business following the collapse of the Sycamore Partners deal, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Cosmopolitan Middle East has unveiled its first male cover star, Jordanian make-up artist Mohammed Hindash.
The Hut Group is taking distribution into its own hands. The global consumer brand group has announced a partnership with Singapore Airlines as well as the purchase of two cargo planes in order to launch THG Air.
Following the announcement that Pentland Group has completed the acquisition of Speedo North America, the company has announced that Jim Gerson is poised to return to the business as President.
Chanel has launched an online pop-up store in Hong Kong, which will feature beauty items such as make-up, skincare and fragrance.
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L Brands has announced that Sycamore Partners has delivered a notice purporting to terminate the agreement relating to the sale of a 55 percent interest in Victoria’s Secret.
The UK’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld a complaint made against online fashion retailer Asos and YouTube star Zoella (Zoe Sugg) over incorrectly labelled content on a paid-for social media post.
Hermes has reported its results for the quarter ended March 31, 2020. The luxury brand reported revenues of €1,506 million for the first three-months of the year, down 6.5 percent on last year’s figures.
Victoria’s Secret has named Zhou Dongyu as its latest face for China, according to a report published by WWD.