French President Emmanuel Macron laid out a calendar for a gradual unwinding of the country’s third lockdown, beginning on May 19.
A group of fashion industry actors in France have drawn up local measures following a citizen consultation.
The reclusive designer’s first art exhibition, at the Lafayette Anticipations foundation in Paris, has been postponed until October.
Negotiations with employee representatives have just begun, and layoffs will not likely take place before the spring.
Retailers flagged a surge in traffic as lockdowns eased up in France.
The company is targeting teenagers with sneakers, as a follow-up to a campaign that ran over the summer.
Lockdown measures have sparked the ire of the country’s retailers and pitted smaller shops against larger players.
The store will be in Guiyang’s D. Place shopping mall, owned by HLC Commercial Real Estates Group.
Galeries Lafayette and the “Paris Good Fashion” association, with support from local and national officials, are launching a public consultation from Sept. 3 to Oct. 25.
Lasting through the month of September, the pop-up space will feature Air Jordans and Yeezys.
Gellusseau created the Bon Marché’s loyalty program 24 Sèvres and introduced artistic exhibits to the Paris Left Bank department store.
Philippe Houzé, chairman of the board at Galeries Lafayette Group, said it would close loss-making stores in the wake of COVID-19.