Europe’s largest online-only fashion retailer is making a bold move, asking all brands to provide supply chain information. Those that don’t measure up to ethical standards by 2023 are out.
Today’s unruly crop of eco-labels are puzzling customers and proving too expensive and time-consuming for manufacturers to apply for. But as the sustainability certification sector evolves, solutions are emerging.
“Demand for apparel is likely to be subdued in the near term,” an analysis of data by RBC shows.
The online giant announced the initiatives in tandem with 2019 results.
At the world’s largest sports business trade fair in Germany, brands and buyers were having a strong reaction to the weather.
The third quarter of the year is going according to plan for Europe’s largest online fashion retailer.
The online fashion retailer’s key indicators — active customers and stock shifted — rocketed ahead, as did its share price.
Better data, buying materials in season, classic clothing and more focus on beauty: Those are just some of the ways European brands and retailers are dealing with potentially record-breaking summer temperatures.
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 German fashion e-commerce giant celebrated an increase in revenues, customers and partners in the first quarter. But market analysts say any real gains are a long way off yet.
Three of Anders Holch Povlsen’s four children were killed in the bombings that have left at least 290 dead.
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.