The retail giant will take a 52 percent stake in fashion and homeware labels founded by one of India’s most established fashion designers.
As the virus spreads and the economy falters, the country’s fashion industry is nearing crisis point. With sales down, stores closing and artisan supply chains under pressure, designers are digging deep to become even more entrepreneurial.
During lockdown Indian e-commerce platforms attracted a bonanza of international investment from the likes of Facebook and a fund backed by LVMH. What can fashion brands do now to tap into this complicated but colossal $43 billion opportunity?
The multinational conglomerate is looking to buy fashion and child-focused retailers abroad, and partner with global sports and beauty brands as part of its expansion into consumer markets.
Younger consumers are seriously concerned with social and environmental causes, which many regard as being the defining issues of our time. What are the implication for business?
India is increasingly a focal point for the fashion industry, reflecting a rapidly growing middle-class and increasingly powerful manufacturing sector.
The chief executive of the fashion division of Reliance Industries, India’s largest private sector conglomerate with consolidated turnover of $63 billion, talks about seizing opportunities in the fastest-growing major economy in the world.
Demand for uniqueness and the growth of India’s fashion market are fuelling the rise of Indian models.
In an effort to clamp down on corruption, India has withdrawn 500 and 1,000 rupee notes. BoF examines how it could fundamentally change the way people shop.
India remains one of the most conspicuous growth opportunities for a global luxury market stuck in a rut.
The ‘Make in India’ campaign is raising the profile and prospects of India’s garment and textile industry.
In our second article this week focused on India, we investigate the barriers impeding the growth of India's international luxury goods market, which