Tommy Hilfiger, Mary Katrantzou and Peter Pilotto were sipping cocktails with the Chinese online retailer and the BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund.
The Chinese retailer will support the BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund.
Thailand “e-commerce is ready to explode,” Central Group ceo Tos Chirathivat said.
The winners and losers of second-quarter earnings, according to WWD.
The company guided 36 to 40 percent year-over-year sales growth for the third quarter.
China’s largest e-commerce player is making moves into the country’s booming online luxury space.
Saint Laurent will be the first brand to benefit from Farfetch’s new deal with JD.com.
The two firms also announced plans to integrate their inventory systems and other operations.
More European brands are entering on their own in a market dominated by local giants.
If nothing else, the rumors show just how the big digital players are taking on the mantle of consolidator.
Existing online delivery options “don’t cut it,” JD’s president of fashion said.
Recent legal action has seen another suit against Forever 21, the growing proliferation of beauty dupes — and the AAFA’s decision to allow JD.com to join.
The firm is forecasting second-quarter revenue growth of 35 to 39 percent year-over-year.