Ivorian-Burkinabe tailor Pathe'O can look back on a 50-year career that has seen him rise from self-taught improviser to supplier of Africa's wealthy and powerful, including anti-apartheid torchbearer Nelson Mandela.
Expect Farfetch’s content to be all about super-sustainability this month with the online luxury fashion retailer offering an “unrivalled selection of more sustainable pieces, pre-owned styles and circular services”.
Sports Direct has launched a £6 million summer football ad campaign ahead of this month's European Championships. Entitled ‘Just A Game?!’, the ad takes fans on a light-hearted journey through the meaning of football.
As the momentum builds for the inaugural Institute of Positive Fashion Forum, organiser The British Fashion Council has announced the strong line-up and schedule for the day-long event taking place digitally on 10 June.
Big news on the acquisition front — Etsy, the online marketplace, is acquiring secondhand fashion specialist Depop. It’s paying $1.625bn for the London-based, privately-held firm with the transaction to complete in Q3.
Fast Retailing’s Uniqlo interrupted a fairly strong record of rising Japanese same-store sales during May as the company recorded a 0.6% drop year-on-year. That said, total sales did manage to increase by 3.6%.
Zalando has picked two UK labels and a Danish one as finalists for its Sustainability Award at CFW that happens this summer, with Mother of Pearl, Nikolaj Storm Copenhagen and Teatum Jones competing for the prize.
The Swedish fast fashion retailer has joined forces with the Los Angeles-based womenswear label for a collaboration seeking to combine contemporary sophistication with vintage touches and sustainable materials.
As companies across different industries roll out products for Pride Month, Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty is doubling down on its inclusive message with its own Pride collection, the first to be launched by the brand.
Following more than 20 years at Nike, Argentine executive Gino Fisanotti will be taking on the newly created role of chief brand officer at Moncler, while COO Roberto Eggs will take over as head of global markets.
Draft rules aimed at reining in the power of Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple should only target these U.S. tech giants, a leading EU lawmaker said, signalling a tougher stand than EU antitrust regulators.