Jimmy Choo for H&M, Burberry sees stabilization, Tod’s to experience growth, Pitti Uomo quiet

Jimmy Choo for H&M, courtesy of H&M

Jimmy Choo for H&M, courtesy of H&M

Jimmy Choo to Design for H&M (WSJ)
“Swedish fashion retailer Hennes & Mauritz AB on Wednesday unveiled the name of its next designer collection team-up: British accessory brand Jimmy Choo.”

Burberry Chief Says Luxury Demand Is ‘Stabilizing’ (Bloomberg)
“Burberry Group Plc Chief Executive Officer Angela Ahrendts said luxury demand is leveling out as the market slowdown nears its first anniversary.”

Tod’s CEO sees some growth in 2009 (Reuters)
“Italian luxury shoe and bag maker Tod’s should see growth in 2009 despite the global economic downturn, its chairman and chief executive said on Tuesday.”

Pitti Uomo: Resilient mood on Day Two (Drapers)
“Exhibitors remained in a resilient mood at Pitti Uomo despite a quiet opening day and a general absence of UK buyers.”