While mergers and acquisitions activity in the global consumer sector is on fire, retail apparel cools.
– April 23, 2015
Ralph Lauren celebrated the opening of its first Brazilian store in São Paolo earlier this week with a cocktail party hosted by José Auriemo.
– April 17, 2015
Guatemala has met a US Trade Representative’s 18-point labor enforcement plan linked to a bitter rights abuse case and hopes to avoid a proposed $15 million fine as it nears completion.
– April 16, 2015
The 34-year-old Brazilian model posted a photo to her Instagram account at her very first runway show to break the news.
– April 15, 2015
Brazil’s ailing textiles and apparel sector could save $100 million a year if a government plan to help shore up Latin America’s largest economy succeeds, a top industry executive said.
– April 14, 2015
Ralph Lauren will open a store in São Paulo on Tuesday. Spanning more than 9,100 square feet of retail space, the store will feature Ralph Lauren’s women’s wear and men’s wear collections, along with accessories.
– April 13, 2015
Brazil’s beauty market, the world’s third largest, grew 11 percent in 2014 as Brazilians continued to buy cosmetics with gusto, despite anemic growth in the overall economy.
– April 10, 2015
The Mexican exotics and Western-style leather brand is hoping to take the leap into the U.S. retail market.
– March 30, 2015
Brazilian handbag and accessories designer Carlos Falchi died Friday night at age 70 after a short illness.
– March 28, 2015
The outpost will include a Fresh Face Mask bar and an area for one-on-one skin-care and hair-care consultations.
– March 19, 2015