An in-depth look at how Covid-19 has amplified the importance of financial resources for the fashion and luxury sector, amidst share buybacks, green bonds, state funding, recapitalisations and calls to investors.
Colorado-based apparel and footwear group VF Corporation announced on Monday that it will acquire NYC streetwear brand Supreme for $2.1 billion. The company plans to achieve $1 billion in sales with the label by 2024.
Total revenue and profits may have slumped at Capri holdings in the latest quarter, but the owner of Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo was upbeat as Chinese demand recovered strongly and e-tail soared.
Having recently emerged from bankruptcy, the American brand licensing company has announced the appointment of Marc Schneider, the former CEO of Kenneth Cole Productions, as chairman of its board of directors.
The apparel and footwear company announced on Tuesday that it has named former Dr Martens CEO Steve Murray as the new global brand president of The North Face and implemented broader organizational changes.
Eyewear giant Marcolin has named Alessandro Beccarini as its Style & Product Development Director with responsibility for the management and development of all the group’s eyewear collections worldwide.
Capri Holdings has named a new CEO for Jimmy Choo. Hannah Colman, who has been interim CEO, takes over permanently at the helm of the luxury footwear label and will report to Capri’s CEO and chairman John D. Idol.