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The global fashion business journal

Dec 4, 202011:32am

Back Stage

h By L. Molina
Jun 7, 2018 — 10:00am

Nike, Adidas and Puma, the main equipment suppliers for the 32 national teams participating in this year’s competition, plan to accelerate their growth in 2018, boosted by the sale of football category items, as happened in 2014.

h By L. Molina
Jun 5, 2018 — 10:00am

International groups like H&M, Primark, Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger and Levi’s have launched capsule collections coinciding with the proximity of pride marches. LGTB consumers spends more on leisure and fashion than straight ones, according to a Nielsen study.

h By MDS
May 29, 2018 — 5:05pm

The LVMH-owned luxury brand and the sportswear juggernaut are the labels with the highest grade, holding the 26 and 29 position out of one hundred, according to the report BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2018, elaborated by Kantar and WWP.

h By Iria P. Gestal/ L. Molina
May 28, 2018 — 10:00am

Pier Paolo Righi is chief executive officer at Karl Lagerfeld, the brand that the German designer, who also leads Chanel’s creative direction, prompted in 2011.

h By Iria P. Gestal/ L. Molina
May 24, 2018 — 10:00am

Mass market fashion players leave behind a turbulent fiscal year with several moves in the ranking of the major groups worldwide.

h By MDS
May 22, 2018 — 6:00pm

Hong Kong continues leading the ranking of the most attractive cities to open a store in the world, according to real estate services firm Cbre. Dubai and Taipei occupy the second and third position, respectively.

h By P. Riaño / L. Molina
May 17, 2018 — 10:10am

The international fashion business shows symptoms of an illness: a halted global evolution, sales’ fall in mature markets and a downgraded position in consumer priorities. The giants are reinventing themselves to attract a consumer who has fallen out of love with clothes.

h By S. Riera / L. Molina
May 15, 2018 — 10:30am

Tsutomu Okuda, chairman and CEO of Japanese group J. Front Retailing, owner of department store chains Daimaru and Parco, assures that there is only room for one store for every million consumers.

h By I. P. Gestal/ L. Molina
May 14, 2018 — 4:45am

Ahrendts worked the miracle on the British brand, joined Apple and now enters Ralph Lauren’s board to give back the brand its old splendour after years of restructuring.

h By L. Molina
Apr 25, 2018 — 4:44am

The vice president of Partner Solutions, the division of services and consulting for third companies of the German ecommerce group, discusses on same-day deliveries and the necessary steps for small players to dare with ecommerce.

News, analysis and interviews on the key actors of the fashion business

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