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.
Naomi Osaka received support from several avenues on Tuesday after the world number two withdrew from the French Open in a row about media duties, saying she had been suffering from depression and anxiety.
Brazilian soccer player Neymar hit back at sportswear maker Nike Inc on Friday, saying the company's statement that it terminated an endorsement deal because he refused to cooperate with an investigation was a lie.
You may have heard of the Trafford Centre, but how about the Stretford Mall? It was popular five decades ago, but since the building of the Trafford Centre in 1998, not so much now. But that could change.
The UK government has launched a formal ‘Call for Evidence’ enquiry on the possible banning of the imports and sale of animal fur. The request follows a 1 million-signature petition by the #FurFreeBritain coalition.
Brussels has topped a ranking of the world’s vintage hotspots with the most shops per 100,000 people at 36. In second place is Copenhagen, although it's some way behind with only 12 vintage stores per 100,000 people.
There are hints that the sunshine that seems to have transformed the UK in just the past few days could have a beneficial effect on retail with news that central London saw a football boom for the long holiday weekend.