23 February 2021
11 February 2021
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5 February 2021
28 January 2021
28 January 2021 • By Reuters
21 January 2021
This week, Chanel announces Kate Wylie will lead its sustainability team, while Ferragamo makes changes to its board’s size and structure.
5 November 2020
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21 October 2020
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Ready-to-Wear - Spring 2021
26 September 2020
Creative director Paul Andrew had Hitchcock on his mood board. The resulting Luca Guadagnino-directed film was overly literal, but thankfully the clothes were not.
28 July 2020
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28 May 2020
This week, Michele Norsa returns to Ferragamo as executive deputy board chairman after exiting in 2016, while Louis Vuitton hires former Mulberry designer Johnny Coca to lead its women’s leather goods division.
What’s Next for LVMH’s Fashion Group
What Facebook’s New Tools Mean for the Influencer Marketing Industry
Why Instagram Still Isn’t a Shopping Destination
How L Brands Brought Victoria’s Secret Back From the Brink
How Fashion Brands Are Making Remote Work Permanent
Are Luxury Brands Pushing Too Many Collaborations?
The Battle to Become ‘the Next Huda Beauty’
How Big Can Farfetch Get?
Where Global Brands Are Moving Their Asia-Pacific Headquarters
The Post-Pandemic Bridal Opportunity
Meridith Webster Appointed Executive Vice President, Global Communications and Public Affairs at Estée Lauder Companies
Shu Hung Joins Everlane as Global Creative Director
Apple, Google Privacy Shift Helps Ad Firms Recover From Pandemic
Report: Authentic Brands Group Makes $1 Billion Bid for Reebok
Investors Question Canada Goose Outlook Despite Earnings Beat
#BoFLIVE: Building a Career as a Fashion Creative.
British Label Amanda Wakeley Falls Into Administration
Duty-Free Giants Offer Free Flights To Lure VIP Shoppers
Strong Asia Drives Ferragamo Sales Rebound in First Quarter
Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings’ Annual Loss Totals $382 Million
Lotte Shopping’s Losses Narrow as Luxury Demand Soars