High-profile retailers may turn to damage insurance amid national protests against police brutality and the police killing of George Floyd.
As brands and retailers across the U.S. started to reopen after the coronavirus lockdown, chaotic protesting has forced closures and led to a great deal of damage.
Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs and Gucci were all early targets of looters, but many more were hit during a night of protesting and unrest.
The actors of the series, out May 15, were outfitted by costume designer Emma Fryer.
Consumers are online at home, playing games and accelerating digital trends faster than expected. That has major ramifications for how business will be done during and after this crisis.
Meanwhile, fashion companies and brands fret over the coronavirus.
Some U.K.-based students will show final collections that employ Alexander McQueen fabrics at London Fashion Week.
The first lady sported a design by Alexander McQueen’s Sarah Burton, a resource she has chosen for other key global appearances.
The exhibition is housed on the second floor of the brand’s London flagship, which is dedicated to experiences.