Marchetti, who will leave his role as chairman of YNAP on July 23, has taken on the role of chair of the fashion task force as part of the Sustainable Markets Initiative launched by HRH the Prince of Wales.
The Florentine unit of Istituto Marangoni has forged ties with the Yoox Net-a-porter group, as well as Versace and Etro.
The group has pledged to commit to HRH the Prince of Wales’ Terra Carta and join the Sustainable Markets Initiative — the first luxury fashion e-tailer to do so.
Brexit worries receded amid the panic of COVID-19, and British businesses are now looking forward to 2021 with cautious optimism, and the prospect of free trade with the European Union and the U.S.
Marchetti sees data not as a limitation on creativity and design, but as a tool to help designers cater to, and predict, customer tastes and preferences.
Mirko Nobili joins the e-tailer from Burberry, where he was most recently vice president global customer fulfillment.
In its newly published sustainability strategy called Infinity, the group has laid out long-term environmental and social responsibility goals.
The collection is available at the Yoox, Net-a porter, Mr Porter and The Outnet online stores at the same time — a first for the group — and is the result of a training program developed by YNAP and HRH The Prince of Wales, president of The Prince’s Foundation.
A new stimulus package of 39 billion euros has also been approved to fuel an economic rebound and companies, such as YNAP, are beginning to roll out their own new measures.
She will lead the brand in a digital-centric and direct-to-consumer approach to expand its global footprint with a focus on China.
Moncler’s digital acceleration plans come at the natural expiration date of the luxury company’s contract with the Yoox Net-a-porter Group, after nine years.
The new features of the Next Era model will be available on the armani.com web site from 2021, with full integration expected from 2022.
The chairman and ceo of the fashion e-tailer is the first non-family member on the board of the Italian luxury group.
While experts guarantee that COVID-19 is transmitted almost exclusive via respiratory droplets, companies are implementing measures to guarantee disinfected, safe products.