Amazon has, in recent years, pushed to enter the world of designer fashion, selling clothing, shoes, handbags, and accessories from pricey brands with luxe reputations.
In Milan’s teeming commercial district, something unusual is happening this winter — Italians are shopping.
Fossil Group Inc., a maker of watches, handbags and other accessories, tumbled as much as 14 percent in late trading after its holiday sales and annual forecast missed analysts’ estimates.
Puma SE, the German maker of athletic gear that sponsors sprinter Usain Bolt, forecast a belated sales increase this year as the company continues a gradual turnaround.
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Pinterest Inc. soon will be more than a site for inspiration, with users able to buy certain items through a “buy button” on the site.
L’Oreal SA reported 2014 earnings that matched analysts’ estimates as buying back its own shares from Nestle SA and a stronger dollar helped compensate for the weakest like-for-like revenue growth in five years.
New York’s biannual Fashion Week opens on Thursday, bringing hundreds of millions of dollars to the city and outweighing the economic benefits of the U.S. Open, the Super Bowl or the New York City Marathon.
Flipkart aims to double the total value of goods it sells to $8 billion this year, two people with knowledge of the plans said, as India’s largest online marketplace seeks to widen the gap with rivals including Amazon.com’s India unit.
Zalando SE surged in Frankfurt trading after Europe’s largest online fashion retailer reported its first annual profit helped by lower sales and marketing costs.