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2 June 2015
Hanneli Rupert, Founder & Owner, Merchants on Long & Okapi
The fashion brands who truly want to impact Africa’s entry into the global marketplace should openly move some of their end-process manufacturing to the continent.
Is Hedi Slimane’s Celine Working?
Surreal Times at Prada — And in Fashion
Socialite Harry Brant Found Dead
China’s New Generation of Fashion Media Powerbrokers
Luxury’s Bigger-Than-Ever K-Drama Opportunity
Should Fashion Break Up With Big Tech?
Why Prada’s Next Move in China Is Critical
Silvia Venturini Fendi on What Is ‘Normal’ Right Now
Here’s Who Is Hiring in Fashion: Europe
Here’s Who Is Hiring in Fashion: North America
Here’s Who Is Hiring in Fashion: United Kingdom
Chanel Appoints Kate Wylie as New Sustainability Chief
Jimmy Choo’s Advice for Young Designers — and Why He’s Pro-Sneaker
Zegna Trims Hopes for Full Recovery in 2021
Burberry’s Retail Sales Miss Estimates
Frasers Ups Stake in Hugo Boss to Over 15 Percent
John Lewis Lifts Profit Guidance After Resilient Christmas
Report: Birkenstock in Talks for $5 Billion Sale to CVC Capital
Deal Between Topshop-Owner Arcadia and UK Retailer Next Evaporates
#BoFLIVE: Inside Farfetch’s Bid to Dominate Luxury E-Commerce