Ming Xi, Liu Wen and Yang Choayue at a Chinese airport.


Where Will Chinese Tourists Go in a Post COVID-19 World?

Japan, South East Asia, Oceania and Northern Europe are some of the most desirable destinations for Chinese tourist to visit after the outbreak.

clock March 26, 2020Tianwei Zhang

Deirdre Quinn


As Stores Cancel Orders, Brands Scramble to Adapt

Some brands said retailers canceled spring orders that hadn’t arrived yet, while smaller brands said they’re trying to negotiate with the stores so they can stay afloat.

clock March 24, 2020Lisa Lockwood

People wear face masks at a shopping mall in Hong Kong.


Reports: Chinese Luxury Consumer Confidence Down, Revenge Buy Unlikely

Reports from Ruder Finn and China Luxury Advisors both said consumers are cutting back spending on luxury for the rest of 2020.

clock March 20, 2020Tianwei Zhang

Manny Chirico of PVH Corp.


PVH to Shut Company-Operated Retail Stores in North America and Europe

Offices remain open, but mostly all associates are working remotely in North America and Europe.

clock March 16, 2020Lisa Lockwood

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Offprice Market Show in New York Set for May 5 and 6

The event, at the Penn Plaza Pavilion in New York City, features a variety of apparel segments.

clock March 12, 2020Arthur Zaczkiewicz

A view of Première Classe trade show.


Traffic Down 33 Percent at Première Classe

Buyer cancellations linked to the coronavirus epidemic led to a decrease in attendance levels, even if the global number of international visitors remained higher.

clock March 10, 2020Katya Foreman



Coronavirus Impacts TheOneMilano Trade Show

The event ran Feb. 20 to 23.

clock March 10, 2020Teresa Potenza

A Chinese factory worker in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia province.


Global Textile, Apparel Sector Seen Taking $1.5B Hit From Coronavirus

A U.N. report estimated that the total impact on exports in global value chains from the virus will be up to $50 billion.

clock March 4, 2020John Zarocostas

Lululemon is popular with the athleisure community.


Ath-leisure Continued to Drive Sports and Fitness Sales in 2019

Overall sales hit $95.9 billion last year with non-performance apparel and footwear leading the way.

clock March 3, 2020Jean E. Palmieri

A look from Sundown by Splendid.


Splendid’s Creative Director Launches Gen Z Line

This week, the company will launch Sundown by Splendid, an exclusive collection at Nordstrom for 15- to 25-year-olds.

clock February 24, 2020Lisa Lockwood

John Lacy


Burton Snowboards Names Lacy Sole CEO, But Will Remain Family-Owned

Donna Carpenter, wife of founder Jake Burton Carpenter, has transitioned to chairman of the board.

clock February 20, 2020Jean E. Palmieri


Seven For All Mankind Looks Back and Moves Forward

The premium denim brand sees growth through innovation, sustainability, digital and a campaign marking 20 years in business.

clock February 18, 2020David Moin

A shearling bomber from Walter Baker.


Retailers Get Jump on Fall at Coterie

Casual sportswear, lots of sleeve interest, cashmere sweaters, joggers, florals and leathers were some of the items on retailers’ buying lists.

clock February 18, 2020Lisa Lockwood

Sonam Kapoor with Jean-Christophe-Babin during the show for Bulgari's high-jewelry collection Jannah in Abu Dhabi.


Bulgari Building Cultural Bridges With Latest High-Jewelry Collection, Jannah

The historic collaboration with the Emirati royal family was launched at the Louvre in Abu Dhabi.

clock February 14, 2020Ritu Upadhyay

Zac Posen


Zac Posen Brand and Intellectual Property Sold to Centric Brands

Posen will advise on all facets related to the creative and strategic direction, marketing and promotion of the Zac Posen branded businesses.

clock February 13, 2020Lisa Lockwood

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