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Lululemon sets up shop on the Champs Elysées

Lululemon sets up shop on the Champs Elysées

On Friday, December 2, the Canadian brand will open its second European flagship store in Paris. The one-storey, 515-square-meter store is located in the space formerly occupied by Zara Home. 
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Gucci to stage menswear show in Milan in January

Gucci to stage menswear show in Milan in January

Gucci is to stage a dedicated menswear runway show in Milan in January, in the first major change in strategy at the house since last week’s departure of Alessandro Michele.
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Unbound Group attracts Superdry's Miller to a non-exec role

Unbound Group attracts Superdry's Miller to a non-exec role

Unbound Group has beefed up its non-execs on the board with the arrival of Alastair Miller from Superdry. He joins the digital fashion and footwear retailer as an Independent Non-Executive Director with immediate effect.
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After giving away his company, Patagonia founder to be honoured at Fashion Awards

After giving away his company, Patagonia founder to be honoured at Fashion Awards

​The British Fashion Council (BFC) said on Thursday that Yvon Chouinard, founder and former owner of Patagonia will receive the Outstanding Achievement Award at The Fashion Awards 2022 next week.
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​Clothing: EU imports stagnate in volume but increase in value

​Clothing: EU imports stagnate in volume but increase in value

Prices and exchange rates cause distinct differences in evolution between values and volumes for European clothing imports, which remain dynamic despite market losses to China and the effects of Brexit.
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Napapijri opens Harrods pop-up

Napapijri opens Harrods pop-up

A recent festive tradition is the Christmas pop-up and there have been a fair few of them this year as brands and retailers take advantage of the first ‘normal’ season since December 2019.
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Retailers turn to robots in cost inflation fight

Retailers turn to robots in cost inflation fight

At a vast warehouse in the Dutch city of Roosendaal, automated cranes and driverless vehicles silently stack clothes for the French and Italian stores of retailer Primark, reducing the need for hard-to-come-by labour.
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Delectable collaborations straddling fashion and patisserie

Delectable collaborations straddling fashion and patisserie

French gourmet creations galore, from Fendi and Coperni handbags turned into treats by a pop-up patisserie, to a flannel shirt-jacket inspired by kitchen aprons, and chocolates embossed with the Louis Vuitton monogram.
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Zara celebrates second collaboration with Ader Error with pop ups in Paris and Seoul

Zara celebrates second collaboration with Ader Error with pop ups in Paris and Seoul

After their first collaboration a year ago, the Inditex brand and the South Korean label are teaming up again to create a unisex collection, available online and in select stores from Thursday, December 1.
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GN3RA metaverse for creators partners with Royal College of Art

GN3RA metaverse for creators partners with Royal College of Art

GN3RA, which described itself as “the world’s first fashion metaverse for creators” has announced a link-up with The Royal College of Art (RCA), “the world’s most influential postgraduate institution of art and design”.
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Global fashion house Boohoo partners with Myntra for India entry

Global fashion house Boohoo partners with Myntra for India entry

UK-based iconic fashion house, Boohoo Group has partnered with Flipkart Group-owned online fashion platform Myntra for its entry in the Indian market.
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We Are Knitters sells 10% stake to investor group

We Are Knitters sells 10% stake to investor group

The company specialising in knitting kits, yarn balls and patterns, has brought in a series of investors, led by Pablo Fernández, who are looking to drive the startup's growth.
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G-III sales growth slows on 'logistical challenges'

G-III sales growth slows on 'logistical challenges'

G-III Apparel Group announced on Wednesday a 6% sales uptick for the third quarter, as higher inventory levels caused logistical challenges within the U.S. company's distribution centers, hindering its bottom line. 
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PVH to bring women’s licenses back in house from G-III

PVH to bring women’s licenses back in house from G-III

PVH Corp. announced on Wednesday that it has extended most of its license agreements with G-III Apparel Group, with plans to bring its core women’s product categories back in-house. 
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PVH heads into the red despite better-than-expected Q3 sales

PVH heads into the red despite better-than-expected Q3 sales

PVH Corp. announced on Wednesday that revenues for the third quarter exceeded expectations, with the company clocking strong gains in North America for both Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, offsetting declines overseas.
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Russians visit H&M for last time as retailer closes stores for good

Russians visit H&M for last time as retailer closes stores for good

Russians visited H&M's flagship Moscow store for the last time on Wednesday before the world's No.2 fashion retailer closes all its stores in Russia for good, after a stock sale that lasted for almost four months.
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