Claire’s has named Richard Flint as President of Europe, where he will lead the brand’s business on the continent, focusing on growth across channels in the European market.
Charles & Keith has cut the ribbon on a concept store at Kaohsiung E Sky Mall. The new space is the brand’s third such boutique to open across the globe since October.
L’Occitane Group’s venture capital firm Obratori has invested in Lolo Paris, a French digital-native lingerie brand, according to WWD.com
Louis Vuitton has named Youssef Marquis as its new Fashion Communication Director.
Dua Lipa has filed trademarks for hundreds of merchandise, including cosmetics and clothes.
Unilever Chief Human Resources Officer Leena Nair has announced she is departing the company to take up a new role as Global Chief Executive Officer at Chanel.
LVMH has announced the death of Louis Vuitton Men’s Artistic Director, Virgil Abloh. Abloh had suffered from cancer for several years.
Russian search engine, Yandex has branched out into fashion retail, according to a report published by Reuters.
Chanel has announced Emmanuelle Walle, Head of Global PR and Influence at Chanel Fragrance and Beauty as its next International Director of Press Relations and Public Relations for the fashion unit, according to a report published by WWD.
Macy’s aims to attract and retain workers with new debt-free tuition, high wages and flexible working offering
Macy’s has announced an expansion of its benefits program, which will see it launch a debt-free education initiative, raise minimum wage and expand other benefits.
The Lycra Company has announced the launch of Lycra One, an online customer portal said to empower brands, retailers and garment makers to connect to a global network of mills in one convenient platform.
Chanel is rumored to be spending some US$4,000 per square foot to fit out its new flagship store in Miami’s Design District. A report published in The Real Deal quoting anonymous sources revealed that the French luxury label is investing some US$40 million in the project.
After a 50-year career at Chanel, Marie-Louise de Clermont-Tonnerre has stepped down from her role of Head of External Communications at the French fashion house, according to a report published by Fashion United.
Chanel has marked its 100th anniversary with its first ever advent calendar, with the design paying homage to its classic No.5 perfume bottle.
Luxury fashion house Dior has announced the appointment of UK tennis star Emma Raducanu as its new International Fashion and Beauty Ambassador.
The e-commerce division of Saks Fifth Avenue is preparing to list in the first half of next year, according to a report published by The Wall Street Journal, quoting ‘people familiar with the matter’ as its source.
Gucci has unveiled a new pop-up in London’s Shoreditch district. Gucci Circolo Shoreditch is described as a neighborhood-centric temporary space where visitors can gather to discover the House’s collections and codes through an original, multi-sensory experience.
Fashion retailer ASOS has introduced new policies that include paid leave for staff who have experienced pregnancy loss or are undergoing fertility treatments, as well as flexible working for those going through menopause.
ASOS has announced a series of changes to its board and the departure of CEO Nick Beighton.
Recover and Polopique have signed a multi-year agreement in order to work together on sustainable manufacturing and provide end-to-end solutions for the fashion industry.
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.
LVMH has accelerated a CSR program aimed at providing training and access to employment for younger generations. With its Craft the Future action plan, by 2022’s close, the luxury goods conglomerate aims to recruit 25,000 people under the age of 30, including 5,000 through internships or apprenticeships.
Kering has taken the decision to stop using animal fur, effective across all brands from the Fall 2022 collections.
L’Oréal Paris is set to return to a live show format during Paris Fashion Week, following a year’s hiatus due to COVID-19.
Model and digital creator Patrick Starr has teamed up with plus size fashion and accessories brand Fashion to Figure to create a new ready-to-wear collection, named Life’s a Party.