Pivoting toward active, casual and beauty brands, and streamlining women’s brands, men’s, handbags and fine jewelry is the order of the day.
In September, the sales of fashion, beauty, interior design products, as well as the business of restaurants, bars and cultural institutions, decreased 34.8 percent compared to last year.
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These emerged as key topics at the latest edition of the e-Pitti innovation and technology summit, virtually hosted by Pitti Immagine on Wednesday.
The social media giant conducted two reports to better understand how the crisis is showing gender inequality in business and at home.
The group is reviewing the warehouse and distribution model, and Gap and Banana Republic e-commerce operations in Europe.
This is a new role for the Italian luxury company, which Malika Savell joins from the LVMH group.
Personal-care services are now open statewide, but too many COVID-19 cases in L.A. continue to have the area’s businesses restricted.
The TV campaign, which starts Nov. 9, will be accompanied by a digital and direct mail campaign that begins Wednesday.
The retailer said Tuesday that it’s on track to sell to Simon, Brookfield and lenders, insisting that “failure has never been an option.”
The “Dream the Future” engages Gap’s community through dance to share hope and happiness during the holiday season.
Former GQ China editors Grant Pearce and Jacky Tam will spearhead the Vogue Man Hong Kong team.
The issue is highlighted by Confindustria Moda and Italy’s government as part of the fifth Anti-Counterfeiting Week.
Narvar’s consumer survey revealed what needs to be done to retain new and repeat customers.
Following a capital increase Advent International Corp. will own an 11.4 percent stake in Dufry.
The retailer will have 20 lighting ceremonies starting with the unveiling of the windows and theatrical light show Nov. 23.
Jarrett was the longest-serving senior adviser to the Obama administration.
The new training program will help firms manage the digital transformation.
Slater had been serving as acting editor in chief since last year, following the departure of Justine Picardie.
Dubbed “America Anno Zero” and focusing on the American presidential elections, the issue will feature Jane Fonda on the cover and include content curated by the Vanity Fair U.S. editorial team.
Madewell often listens to its “community” of followers for ideas on adapting the mix.
From smaller gatherings to unexpected gifts, new consumer behaviors point to a very different holiday.
Japan’s Fair Trade Commission is set to look into potential market abuses by Big Tech — perhaps starting with the $2.1B Google-Fitbit deal.
The licensing arrangement covers nine countries in the region.
Say goodbye to channel hopping: Now brands can manage Instagram DMs, Story and Profile messages in other applications, like CRM platforms.
A new survey by Chase Ink reveals the changing habits of small business owners.
A new stimulus package of 39 billion euros has also been approved to fuel an economic rebound and companies, such as YNAP, are beginning to roll out their own new measures.
The financial support is to help the companies weather financial fallout from the pandemic.
The new publication is combining editorial and studio work, along with a direct link from print to online editorial, audio and visual offerings.
L Catterton sells the brand for a reported $135 million to the private equity firm owned by mining tycoon Andrew Forrest.
The leading providers behind fashion’s new showrooms are delivering more sustainable and customizable virtual experiences.
The tailoring specialist, SMCP Group’s latest acquisition has plans to gradually expand outside of its home market of France.
The Amazon store will launch this week, offering a curation of loungewear, activewear, rtw and eyewear under the Dundas World banner.
The OōEli complex designed by Renzo Piano will host the Hangzhou-based fashion company, as well as offer space for retail, theater, and exhibitions.
The new company, based in London and New York, plans to take an holistic approach to promoting brands and talent, and put equal emphasis on data, creative and digital.
They spoke about expanding access to capital, removing barriers to government contracts and providing technical assistance to businesses.