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Hermès Has Spruced Up Its Store in a Swimming Pool, With Bags to Match

Hermès has issued exclusive handbags in aquatic colors to mark the renovation of its Rue de Sèvres store, located in a former swimming pool.

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These People of Color-owned Influencer Agencies Are Advancing Opportunities for People of Color

As brands consider how to promote greater diversity through their activations, WWD highlights influencer agencies owned by people of color.

clock March 4, 2021Alexa Tietjen



Kering Denies Allegations of Tax Fraud Amid Reports of French Probe

Kering said it had no knowledge of an inquiry into its activities.

clock December 16, 2020Mimosa Spencer

Patrick Mays


Want to Succeed in Fashion? Know the Customer, Lean Into Challenges

Patrick Mays, senior director of merchandising for Lucky Brand, shares insights about his career path after graduating LIM College.

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Forecasting Consumer Demands

In the future, consumers will seek out discounted, sustainable and health-conscious products, said David Sykes, head of Klarna U.S. They will also be more likely to embrace technology to shop.

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Puma, PVH Corp. on AI and Forecasting, Merchandising in the COVID-19 Era

PVH’s Kate Nadolny and Puma’s Katie Darling discuss how the pandemic changed all the rules of retail.

clock December 16, 2020Adriana Lee

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Accenture’s Holiday Shipping Study Names Top-performing Retailers

The data measures a variety of key factors across 116 retailers.

clock December 16, 2020Alexandra Pastore

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Chromavis Appoints Two Executives

The Italian cosmetics manufacturer named Beryl Faure Kelley and Perrine Bequignon vice president of global sales and vice president of research and development, respectively.

clock December 16, 2020Sandra Salibian

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StockX Raises $275 Million in Latest Funding Round

Now valued at $2.8 billion, the resell online platform will accelerate global expansion, product innovation and category diversification.

clock December 16, 2020Tianwei Zhang

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Business Features

Matchesfashion on Tuning In to Customers’ Feelings

The retailer’s digital, editorial leaders discuss the importance of being in sync with customers’ feelings and desires during a stressful, uncertain time.

clock December 16, 2020Samantha Conti

Reports say Alibaba is about to give Farfetch a $300 million investment.

Business Features

Farfetch China Deal With Alibaba, Richemont Nears Completion

Alibaba has named J. Michael Evans to the board of directors.

clock December 16, 2020Samantha Conti

Patrice Louvet

Business Features

Patrice Louvet on Feeling Ralph Lauren Online

The ceo is looking to build even stronger digital connections with online.

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Anne Pitcher

Business Features

Anne Pitcher and a Year of Radical Thinking at Selfridges

“Radical is exactly what we need, and I’m excited to see what we can all deliver,” said Pitcher, who laid out an inspirational manifesto for retail.

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Greg Petro

Business Features

Finding and Building Value Beyond COVID-19

Greg Petro and Jonathan Duskin on how fashion companies are proving their worth today.

clock December 16, 2020Evan Clark

Marc Metrick


Marc Metrick on Luxury Disrupted, Remaking the Matrix and Buy-Now-Wear-Now

Saks Fifth Avenue’s ceo said the retailer, well before the pandemic, began implementing strategies to meet rapid-changing consumer wants and needs.

clock December 16, 2020David Moin

Manny Chirico of PVH Corp.


Manny Chirico’s Purpose and Profit at PVH

The outgoing ceo called again for fashion to look beyond the bottom line.

clock December 16, 2020Evan Clark

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Business Features

Michelle Gass on Emerging Stronger at Kohl’s

The ceo lays out how the retailer is taking advantage of consumer changes accentuated by COVID-19.

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