NEW YORK, United States — Quiksilver Inc., the maker of surf clothing and other athletic wear, plunged the most in almost three decades after posting a wider loss and forecasting sluggish sales for the rest of the year.
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa — International retailers including Sunglass Hut International Inc. and Spanish clothing chain Mango have signed leases to open branches in Ghana, seeking to take advantage of rising consumer spending in Africa.
NEW YORK, United States — Fashion rules are made to be broken, Rihanna told a glittering crowd of fashion industry leaders on Monday, and her outfit dramatically conveyed that message: a sheer fishnet gown, sparkling with thousands of embedded crystals, that left little underneath to the imagination.
WASHINGTON, United States — U.S. antitrust officials on Friday gave the green light for the proposed merger of Men's Wearhouse Inc and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc to move ahead, citing ample competition in the market for men's suits and tuxedo rentals.
NEW YORK, United States — After losing $3 billion in market value since its last known suitor walked away, Avon Products Inc. may be more willing to open its door to potential buyers.
About 8 months after LVMH took a minority stake in his label, JW Anderson has moved into a new head office and studio, hired his first CEO and announced the launch of his first retail channel. In an in-depth video conversation with the designer, BoF brings you an exclusive look inside the burgeoning fashion brand.
HONG KONG, China — Tencent Holdings Ltd. allowed users of its WeChat instant-messaging app to sell goods online, bringing Asia’s largest Internet company into closer competition with China’s e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
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GENEVA, Switzerland — A group of investors led by Swiss watchmaker Franck Muller is preparing to make an offer to buy a stake in Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli, people familiar with the matter said.
NEW YORK, United States — Dazzled for two-and-a-half years, Wall Street finally blinked when Michael Kors Holdings Ltd warned that its margins might suffer from the cost of opening stores in Europe.
BANGALORE, India — Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will name the 28 people who will control the world's biggest e-commerce firm in an update to its initial public offering filing, the Wall Street Journal said, quoting people familiar with the plans.