The latest news
Buttercloth launches collection with the Van Gogh Museum
Men’s brand Buttercloth is teaming up with the Van Gogh Museum to launch a limited apparel collection featuring Vincent Van Gogh’s iconic artworks.
Good American announces open casting winners after UK, US search
Good American, the “inclusive” fashion brand co-founded by Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede, has unveiled the finalists from its open casting that sought “real women” to star in its latest campaign.
Denmark's Wheat launches exclusively with thelittleloop
In a UK first, Danish brand Wheat has launched exclusively via clothing rental platform thelittleloop, “bringing a new level of style and sustainability to the children's clothing market for parents in the UK”.
StockX links with London Lions
It’s been a busy commercial March for London Lions. Fresh from a varsity jacket collaboration with fashion label Beautiful Struggles, the pro basketball team also has a new principal partner, StockX.
Aeffe names Khoa Nguyen president of US subsidiary
The Italian fashion group has promoted Khoa Nguyen, Aeffe USA’s senior vice-president, to the post of president. He succeeds Michelle Stein, who has been in charge of the US market for 40 years.
Seasalt enters resale as part of Reskinned deal
Cornish fashion and lifestyle brand Seasalt is building on the sustainability partnership it entered with Reskinned in February and on Friday announced its entry into the resale arena more quickly than expected.
Seraphine buyout to complete early next month
Seraphine’s time as a listed company is nearly over. It said Friday that the Bidco subsidiary of its majority owner has received acceptances for its buyout offer adding up to almost 96% of the shares.
69% US consumers willing to pay more for sustainable products
Consumers in the US remain invested in eco-conscious practices, according to a survey from Blue Yonder, a digital supply chain company.
Esprit makes annual loss but stays upbeat for future
Esprit Holdings has released its results for 2022 and as previously flagged, the company made a loss. In fact, its operating loss was HK$642 million compared to a profit of $416 million a year earlier.
Most UK consumers now have pre-owned items, clothing most popular category
Around 25% of people in the UK have no pre-owned items in their wardrobes, according to a new study, although while that might be bad news from one angle, it also means that 75% are already switched on to pre-owned
M&S Icons launch feeds into pared-back trend, highlights retailer's confident comeback
M&S has introduced a new curation it says will help its customers “build a timeless wardrobe by getting behind its range of elevated staples with the launch of M&S Icons”.
Dior in Mumbai: Midway to métier d'art with a Mumbai soul
With Bollywood stars and Indian aristocracy sitting front row, Dior staged its latest show before the famed Gateway of India, a collection that celebrated Mumbai’s great métier d’art – intensely unique embroidery.
True Religion expands into China
As part of the partnership, True Religion is committed to opening a mix of 65 freestanding stores and shop-in-shops by 2026 and a total of 108 by 2028.
Elie Saab to be guest of honor at next BBFW
Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week is once again inviting a guest of honor. After Marchesa and Viktor & Rolf in past editions, the Lebanese designer Elie Saab is to hold his first bridal fashion show in Barcelona.
Primark's UK workers to get 12% pay rise
Primark's 26,000 retail assistants in Britain are to get an inflation-beating average pay rise of 12% from April 1, the fashion retailer said on Thursday.
New Look tech chief to leave at end of month
There’s been a lot of change at New Look lately with the company confirming a week ago that it would make job cuts at its HQ. And the firm’s technology chief is departing imminently after resigning in January.