Sportswear companies are upgrading their outlooks for the year as consumers’ appetite for yoga pants and joggers shows no sign of letting up.
The deal marks an expansion into apparel and direct-to-consumer business for the group known for its wholesale-dependent footwear brands.
One of the company’s largest backers is consumer-focused private equity firm L Catterton, which invested in the brand in 2015
This week, Prada appoints a former Kering Eyewear executive to the helm of Miu Miu, while Nike makes a number of changes to its C-Suite.
As demand for activewear booms, so do customer expectations for sustainability. How easy is it for the category to become sustainable? And what compromises do brands have to make?
This week Tapestry adds two new members to its group of executives, while i-D hires its new global fashion editor.
The athleisure brand's new retail outpost, in the heart of London's Soho, hopes to draw customers with an experience-led offering that includes a cafe and blow-dry bar as well as a fitness studio.
Several new activewear brands are gearing up to compete with Nike, Lululemon and Under Armour.
How will the activewear brand that helped create the market rise above a consumer backlash sparked by a defective product, an avalanche of new competitors and an estranged, yet influential founder? BoF speaks to chief executive Laurent Potdevin.
In the latest instalment of Founder Stories, a series highlighting the personal and professional journeys of fashion’s most dynamic entrepreneurs, BoF speaks with Tamara Hill-Norton of Sweaty Betty, one of the first companies to see and seize the opportunity in activewear.