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Black and in Fashion, Representation in the Workforce

A by-the-numbers look at the proportion of blacks and African-Americans in the industry’s ranks.

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Paper Magazine Staffers Slam CEO for Treatment of Black Coworker

They plan to slow their publishing schedule until management addresses the “systemic racism” that led to Michael Love Michael’s departure.

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Kering Eyewear, Chloé Ink New Partnership

The first eyewear collection under the new agreement will bow for spring 2021 and be unveiled at Silmo in September.

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Amazon Workers Sue Over Claimed Coronavirus Mishandling

Employees contend at least one worker has died after contracting the virus and dozens of confirmed cases at a New York warehouse.

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Destination Optimistic About Store Reopenings, Wholesale

Reopening the entire 321-store fleet and focusing on wholesale with Amazon Essentials are expected to help the company recover.

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Consumer Optimism Sees ‘Meaningful’ Uptick as Lockdowns Ease

Coresight Research’s new report details the latest in consumer behavior and sentiment during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fashion Community Takes Steps to Fight Social Injustice

PVH is taking part today in the National Day of Mourning, which coincides with the memorial service of George Floyd.

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Barnes & Noble Releases Antiracism, ‘Ally-ship’ Reading List

The recommended reading includes Richard Rothstein’s 2018 bestseller, “The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America.”

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Jewelry Designer Roberto Faraone Mennella Dies at 48

The Italian designer established with Amedeo Scognamiglio the Faraone Mennella jewelry brand in New York in 2001.

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LVMH Names Frédéric Arnault Tag Heuer CEO, Stéphane Bianchi Gains Jewelry Brands

Chaumet ceo Jean-Marc Mansvelt and Fred ceo Charles Leung will report to Bianchi.

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Japan May Retail Sales Plummet on Closures Due to State of Emergency

As the measure was gradually lifted for various parts of the country, some stores began reopening from the middle of the month.

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CFDA Taking Action to Foster a More Racially Balanced Industry

Following a board meeting on Tuesday, the CFDA has created a series of initiatives to improve diversity in the fashion industry.

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From WWD Archives: How the Spanish Flu of 1918 Affected Fashion

There were eerie predictions for today’s COVID-19 pandemic.

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Puig Acquiring Charlotte Tilbury, Releases 2019 Results

News of the acquisition confirms a report published by WWD on Wednesday.

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Adidas’ China Sales Pick Up but Outlook Remains Grim

Chinese consumption is recovering earlier than expected. But it’s unlikely to be quick enough to make a significant difference to dire predictions for this quarter.

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ACLU Sues Minneapolis Police for Attacks on Journalists

Protesters demonstrate against police brutality at the Governor's Residence, one week after George Floyd's death while under arrest, in St Paul, Minnesota, USA, 01 June 2020. A bystander's video posted online on 25 May, appeared to show George Floyd, 46, pleading with arresting officers that he couldn't breathe as an officer knelt on his neck. The unarmed Black man later died in police custody. According to news reports on 29 May, Derek Chauvin, the police officer in the center of the incident has been taken into costody and charged with murder in the George Floyd killing.Protest against police abuse in Minneapolis, USA - 01 Jun 2020

The lawsuit is on behalf of journalists targeted and attacked by police while covering the protests over the police killing of George Floyd.

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Snapchat Ousts Trump’s Account From Discover Section

Co-Founder and CEO of Snap Inc, Evan Spiegel speaks during the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) CEO Council in London, Britain, 14 May 2019. Reports state that the Wall Street Journal CEO Council connects the world's most ambitious and influential business leaders to discuss the issues shaping the future.Wall Street CEO Council in London, United Kingdom - 14 May 2019

Snap just booted Donald Trump from its Discover feature, minimizing his profile on the platform.

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Playboy Sues Meredith, Two Others Over Losses Related to Subscriber Privacy Suit


In the case of Meredith, this is an issue it inherited as part of its acquisition of Time Inc.

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