Rebag, with a stock of nearly 25,000 bags, is introducing a new AI technology that it hopes will promote a circular economy on its site.
The up-and-coming fashion brand has introduced its first handbags named after David Bowie.
It includes paying down debt, opening more stores, growing the accessories businesses across the portfolio and possible acquisitions.
Mark Cross is continuing its work around circular fashion by launching a selection of vintage products on The RealReal.
Meanwhile, increased engagement in China, the digital business and consumers’ renewed interest in ready-to-wear fashions bode well for the company.
The investment will allow Vivrelle to grow its membership and add more inventory from brands including Chanel and Hermès.
Called Sesia, the bag is named after the valley housing Loro Piana’s headquarters and the river that crosses through it and d’Angelantonio believes it encompasses the brand’s values.
The artist and designer previously worked for Phillip Lim, Calvin Klein and Tibi.
Looking toward an optimistic future, accessories trends are at the forefront this fall.
Nancy Gonzalez has used the pandemic as a time to reconsider her approach to sales and product offerings.
Company shares rose more than 2 percent premarket as a result.
The New York-based company is committed to strengthening the Garment District.