Italian authorities arrested the boss of a company in the southern city of Naples that employed dozens of undocumented workers allegedly making leathergoods for some of Europe's best-known luxury groups.
Steinhoff International-owned Greenlit Brands has sold its general merchandise division to Allegro Funds, as the South African retailer grapples with the fallout of an accounting scandal worth about $7 billion.
The collaboration features items for both kids and adults, made with signature Kith fabrics and decorated with eight different renditions of Mickey, as seen throughout the animated character's 90 years.
Despite the good intentions of both companies and consumers, the luxury industry is struggling to adopt truly sustainable practices, except via the circular economy, as illustrated by the Pambianco Summit debate.
The co-located trade fairs have unveiled innovation as the theme of their next event in January 2020, promising a new one-day conference, an expanded educational program and a refreshed artistic direction for the show.
John Galliano has renewed his contract as creative director of the house of Maison Margiela, in a vote of confidence in the controversial British designer by the brand's owner, Italian billionaire Renzo Rosso.
The 2020 European Green Capital wants to become a leading hub for sustainability in the South of Europe. ModaLisboa invited experts to talk about the industry’s progress and challenges in its latest edition.
The denim industry produced $19.7 billion in merchandise in fiscal 2018, a figure which, according to a recent study, is predicted to increase an average of 3.2% over the coming years to reach $25.4 billion by 2025.
In order to win over younger consumers, the luxury industry should focus on emotion and transparency, while giving new importance to products and stores, according to a new study from consultancy firm Bain & Company.