The Daily Digest

  1. Buzz builds Around Spring, A Mysterious E-commerce Play

    “We don’t know exactly what their product is, or how they plan to make money. But Spring is officially …More

  2. Adidas Won the World Cup Battle, But Nike is Winning the Soccer Wars

    “Nike’s soccer business has been booming. During its earnings last month the company disclosed that its …More

  3. Storming the Maisons

    “This was ‘Hackers on the Runway’, a conference put on by an outfit called The Family, which …More

  4. 1950′s Hourglass Chic Feted at Paris Fashion Museum

    “Drawing on the museum’s extensive archive of garments and accessories, the exposition stars not only Dior …More

  5. Tavi Gevinson: From Teen Fashion Queen to Broadway Star

    “Bloggers like Tavi Gevinson have parlayed their brand into celebrity and collaborations with Fortune 500 …More

Burberry Shareholders Reject Luxury Maker’s Remuneration Report

Christopher Bailey | Source: Courtesy

LONDON, United Kingdom — Burberry Group Plc shareholders rejected the U.K.’s largest luxury-goods maker’s remuneration report as investors rebelled against a pay package awarded to new Chief Executive Officer Christopher Bailey.

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Burberry Revenue Exceeds Estimates as Digital Push Drives Sales

Burberry Prorsum menswear SS15 | Source: Burberry

LONDON, United Kingdom — Burberry Group Plc, the U.K.’s largest luxury-goods maker, reported first-quarter revenue that beat estimates as digital marketing initiatives drove sales of apparel and accessories in Asia and the Americas.

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American Apparel’s Charney Loses Support of Some Factory Workers He Championed

American Apparel factory in downtown LA | Source: Reuters

LOS ANGELES, United States — Ousted American Apparel Inc head Dov Charney supported workers in the clothing industry with his stance in favor of immigration rights and determination to keep jobs in the United States, but some employees are not returning the favor.

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Nike CEO Expects Football Sales to Keep Soaring

Nike football kit for the Dutch national team | Source: Nike

BERLIN, Germany — U.S. sportswear maker Nike Inc, battling Adidas AG to be the world's biggest soccer brand, expects kit sales to keep growing fast after the World Cup, its chief executive was quoted as saying in a German newspaper.

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