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Rising demand in eastern Europe is the only thing keeping some mainstream brands afloat. And the market there is changing fast. The next eastern opportunities will be for premium brands like Nike and Hugo Boss, analysts say.
The former One Direction member will also design a capsule for the brand that will be unveiled in July.
A young Berlin-based software company has ambitious plans to change the world, by connecting European garment makers, customers and recyclers, all in one online system.
The company is positioning itself globally as it experiments as a lifestyle brand.
The Neiman’s executive is joining American Dream developer Triple Five to help envision the shopping platform of the future.
Out on March 30, it will be hosted by Gunnar Peterson, a high-profile personal trainer and functional training expert.
A total of 80 businesses, including the Longchamp, Zara and Swarovski stores, were damaged by protesters on the Avenue des Champs-Élysées on Saturday.
Several hundred sustainable-minded representatives from the government, academia, fashion, NGOs and other agencies will hash out ideas next month in Paris.
The bank sees sector growth slowing from 9 percent in 2018 to 6 percent in 2019 and 2020.
Burberry, Stella McCartney, Inditex, Kering and H&M, among others, have signed the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.