The Daily Digest

  1. Luxury Counterfeits In China Get Sophisticated

    “Copycat products manufactured in China have long been a headache for luxury brands. But now policing purse …More

  2. Flash Sale Site Rue La La Attracts Gilt for Potential Sale

    “Online flash sale site Rue La La, which counts eBay as an investor, is exploring a sale that could value the …More

  3. Klépierre and Corio to Create Europe’s Biggest Mall Operator

    “French retail landlord Klépierre is to take over the Netherlands’ largest listed property company, Corio, in …More

  4. Matalan Has Not Contributed to Rana Plaza Trust Fund

    “Budget fashion retailer Matalan is facing pressure from campaigners to contribute to a compensation fund for …More

  5. The Simple Design Trick Behind $800 Sneakers

    “Creating demand for $800 sneakers might sound like a daunting task, but for shoemaker Jon Buscemi, all it …More

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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Top 10 Campaigns of the Season

From amongst the multitude of Autumn/Winter advertising campaigns currently hitting fashion glossies, Internet forums and social media platforms around the world, from Facebook to Tumblr to Pinterest, The Business of Fashion picks the Top 10 Campaigns of the Season. Which fashion campaigns struck a chord with you this season?

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L’Oreal Chairman Dons Lipstick to Highlight Digital Push

L'Oreal's Makeup Genius app | Source: L'Oreal

PARIS, France — When Jean-Paul Agon put on makeup at a L’Oreal SA board meeting last month, the biggest surprise wasn’t how the French company’s chairman looked in its lipstick, blush and eyeshadow. It was how easy it was to take it off.

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