As global fast fashion giants arrive in Brazil, the market heats up. BoF reports.
SYDNEY, Australia — David Jones Ltd., Australia’s second-largest listed department store company, rose the most in two months after it said it received a merger proposal in October from larger rival Myer Holdings Ltd. that it rejected.
In the wake of Rana Plaza, it’s clear that voluntary self-inspection of garment factories by brands and retailers is not enough to avoid terrible human tragedy. Workplace health and safety standards must be set and enforced by the workers themselves, argues Tansy E Hoskins.
Plagued by a chorus of naysayers, the proposed Hackey Fashion Hub in East London holds real positive potential, argues Rebecca May Johnson.
LONDON, United Kingdom — Barbadian singer Rihanna on Wednesday won a legal case against British fashion chain Topshop over the use of her image on T-shirts it sold without her approval.
As Turkish police fire water cannons at protestors in Istanbul, is the country’s risk-to-reward ratio shifting? BoF investigates.
LONDON, United Kingdom — Fashion chain Topshop, part of Britain’s Arcadia fashion empire, is looking into opening its first stores in mainland China to tap demand in the world’s second-largest economy, billionaire owner Philip Green said.
In a new series, Market GPS, BoF looks beyond the BRICs to the next tier of emerging market opportunities. First up, we examine Africa’s giant, Nigeria.
HONG KONG, China — Armed with empty suitcases and same-day return tickets, an army of mainland Chinese is descending on suburban outlet shopping malls and international fashion chains in Hong Kong, turning cheap into the new chic as luxury falls out of favour.