NEW YORK, United States — Gap Inc., the biggest apparel-focused retailer in the U.S., reported first-quarter profit that exceeded analysts’ estimates, helped by sales of low-priced clothing and athletic gear.
While losing ground to competitors, Abercrombie & Fitch still has tremendous brand potential. But to get things back on track, the company must adjust its approach to product, merchandising, marketing and retail, argues Marcellus Neel.
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MUMBAI, India — Flipkart, India’s largest multibrand online retailer, agreed to buy competitor Myntra.com as it seeks to widen its lead over Amazon.com Inc. in the country.
Under Matteo Marzotto, Italy’s leading jewellery fair has teamed up with Not Just a Label, a global sales platform and community for emerging designers, to cross-pollinate young fashion companies and Italian artisans.
LONDON, United Kingdom — Burberry Group Plc, the U.K.’s largest luxury-goods maker, reported full-year profit that topped analysts’ estimates as it took control of its beauty business and focused on outerwear
A flurry of activity around France’s leading fashion prizes has resulted in a more complete ecosystem of support for young designers. BoF reports.
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