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.
The British Fashion Council has announced that London Fashion Week will go ahead online, taking place between 12 and 14 June with a ‘gender-neutral platform’.
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 has reported its results for the first quarter of the current financial year. The luxury goods manufacturer saw revenue plunge 15 percent compared to the same period in 2019, for total sales of €10.6 billion.
Retail decision platform EDITED has received significant investment to help the world’s largest retailers maximise profitability and reduce risks during uncertainty.
G-Star is adapting its business strategy to the new normal of quarantine, having showcased its Spring 2020 collection via its new Stay-at-Home catwalk on Instagram Stories.
Conde Nast is said to have cut staff pay and ushered in a reduced working week for many as COVID-19 hits ad revenues.
LVMH is donating some 261 ventilators to French hospitals as part of its wider coronavirus response, according to a report published by Bloomberg.
ASOS has announced the successful completion of the non pre-emptive placing of ordinary shares in the capital of the company.
LVMH and Kering have both backtracked on their decision to place employees on the emergency government assistance furlough scheme, according to a report by the Financial Times.
PETA has capitalized on the fall in share prices following the coronavirus outbreak, having purchased stock in fashion brands such as Ralph Lauren, Burberry and Target.
Debenhams has filed a Notice of Intent to appoint an administrator in the UK.
Victoria Beckham has pledged 20 percent of fashion and beauty sales to help in the plight against COVID-19.
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TV shopping channel QVC has remained on air during the coronavirus outbreak, transmitting from its Philadelphia-based studios as the commonwealth announced “electronic shopping and mail-order houses” were permitted to continue broadcasting.
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.