The Daily Digest

  1. Kering Sales Up Due to Demand for Saint Laurent Dresses

    “Kering SA reported second-quarter revenue that exceeded analysts’ estimates as surging demand for Saint …More

  2. The New Bazaar: Online Shopping Catches On in India

    “At first, Kunal Bahl and his high school buddy Rohit Bansal had modest ambitions for their online shopping …More

  3. Fashion Insiders Sad Their Pseudo-Controversial Ads Are Boring Us All

    “Unfortunately, it seems that outrage provoked by fashion advertisements is a finite resource that’s all but …More

  4. Made For You: Prada’s Customised Shoes and the Rise of Personalised Fashion

    “Tailor-made brogues, customised silk scarves, monogrammed trunks – personalisation is big news at luxury …More

  5. Spanx Stretches Into New Territory with Jeans, But The Promised Magic is Elusive

    “The Spanx empire of stomach-flattening, thigh-slimming, jiggle-reducing foundation garments has expanded to …More

Amazon to Invest Extra $2 Billion in India as E-Commerce Race Heats Up

Amazon shipping warehouse | Source: Reuters

Amazon.com Inc. on Wednesday said it will invest a further $2 billion in India just a day after the country’s largest e-tailer Flipkart attracted $1 billion of fresh funds, raising the stakes in a nascent but fast-growing e-commerce sector.

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In Japan, Used Luxury Goes Mainstream

The RealReal Japan sells used luxury goods by designer brands, such as Chanel and Louis Vuitton | Source: The RealReal Jp

The luxury resale market has lacked easy and trustworthy services. But with the former head of Louis Vuitton Japan heading up one of the country’s leading luxury resale platforms, this problem may have been solved. JapanConsuming reports.

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Streetwear’s New Guard

Influenced by the likes of both Raf Simons and Supreme, a new wave of streetwear brands are blending fashion-forward design, the authenticity of street culture and a luxury-like positioning to build emerging businesses.

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