High-profile retailers may turn to damage insurance amid national protests against police brutality and the police killing of George Floyd.
The brand will skip a show in September and launch its spring 2021 collection in stores in February.
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.
Fearful of riots and looting, many stores are preemptively closing just days after beginning to reopen in LA.
Many fashion and beauty brands have been early adopters of the Gen Z-favorite social media platform.
The luxury brand has teamed up with bank institute Intesa Sanpaolo to guarantee quick access to loans for its suppliers.
Alessandro Michele said the brand will not be ready to show in September, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The campaign aims to expand funding of nonprofit organizations addressing the increase of gender-based violence during the coronavirus pandemic.
The open-air shopping center will provide retail to-go curbside pick-up for all retail purchases, and provide curbside restaurant take-out.
Chanel ramps up handbags price by a quarter, Vuitton increased price in March and May, while entry-price products take center stage online.