The capsule, with influencer Caro Daur, will launch in October.
The trade fairs that formed the backbone of Berlin’s biannual fashion week will migrate to Frankfurt next year. The brands left behind are looking to the city’s art scene for inspiration.
In Berlin, Fashion finds a New Niche – in Art Galleries
Racism, forced labor, publicity missteps, a lack of diversity and postponed dividends were just some of challenging topics senior executives were forced to deal with.
At a press conference for second-quarter results, Adidas executives tackled many of the controversies dogging the company, including allegations of corporate racism, selling Reebok and speculation about a multibillion-euro bond.
The company saw sales improvements every week since May, led by reopening in China.
The latest sales trends suggest a recovery could be under way.
One of fashion’s favorite musical tastemakers explains why she believes the current unrest will bring about a new wave of art and creativity.
And if things at one of Europe’s largest department store chains get any worse, as many as 80 sites could shut and 10,000 staff could lose their jobs.
Organizers say the central German city, better known for its financial district, plans to be more international and to compete with Paris and Milan.
Chinese consumption is recovering earlier than expected. But it’s unlikely to be quick enough to make a significant difference to dire predictions for this quarter.
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.
Luxury eyewear brand LINDBERG discusses Danish design and its enduring ideation.