Underlying growth was fueled by new shopping habits brought on by COVID-19.
The fashion company is seeing improvements in the third quarter, after a 23 percent drop in sales in the nine months.
The luxury group’s Institut des Métiers d’Excellence, which was set up in 2014, has bulked up online training.
Diane von Furstenberg received an honorary doctor of humane letters degree.
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Luxury outerwear brand Nobis will launch its “No Cold Shoulder” initiative focused on giving back through coat donations on Nov. 1.
The store has created a pre-owned and vintage shop and now offers more-inclusive sizing.
Stores opened this month on the West Coast, part of the Italian parent company’s U.S. expansion plans.
Officials and business owners in Seattle; Portland, Ore.; Minneapolis, and other major cities are being proactive about safety.
Print issues will be reduced from 12 to eight with a renewed focus on digital.
The flagship has a strong focus on watches and jewelry.
The plan includes closing Gap and Banana Republic stores, doubling the Athleta business and growing Old Navy from a $8 billion to $10 billion brand.
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Andra Day will be joined by ABT dancers Misty Copeland, Skylar Brandt, Herman Cornejo and Gabe Stone Shayer for the Virtual Holiday Benefit.
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The store will be in Guiyang’s D. Place shopping mall, owned by HLC Commercial Real Estates Group.
There’s little question as to whether there’s work to be done in improving gender parity across the industry, but one answer may lie in a new roadmap for fashion.
PopCom’s Kiosk vending machines for retailers will soon offer chic rollable flats for contactless purchasing.
“You really wanted to look after your customer, to help them. You wanted them to come to you because you’ve got the best of the best,” said Browns’ honorary chairman Joan Burstein in a joint interview with the chief executive officer Holli Rogers.
Employees who have a proven track record of fighting for social justice issues are eligible to receive up to $40,000 for college expenses.
Among the numerous initiatives, Moncler has pledged to establish a Diversity and Inclusion Council to boost cultural change, internally and externally, by January 2021.
The sustainability-minded BCI said the allegations of forced labor have made for an “increasingly untenable operating environment.”
The financial services company announces launch of new Tap to Phone solution for 15 markets, just in time for the holidays.
Delivering Good has reimagined its annual fund-raising gala.
While KPMG’s forecast for holiday seems bleak due to the impact of COVID-19, the NRF and others tend toward optimism for holiday 2020.
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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.
Pivoting toward active, casual and beauty brands, and streamlining women’s brands, men’s, handbags and fine jewelry is the order of the day.
The retailer said Tuesday that it’s on track to sell to Simon, Brookfield and lenders, insisting that “failure has never been an option.”
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.
The “Dream the Future” engages Gap’s community through dance to share hope and happiness during the holiday season.