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The global fashion business journal

19 Jul 201903:36

Back Stage

h By C. Juárez
18 Jan 2019 — 10:03

Ralph Lauren and Forever 21 bid farewell on the last Global Powers of Retailing ranking, prepared by Deloitte consulting. The US brands that continue in the list are Tapestry, Gap, Nike, L Brands and Tiffany.

h By Iria P. Gestal
18 Jan 2019 — 10:00

Cósima Ramírez takes a #Selfie for Mds. The businesswoman is linked to the world of fashion since she was born. Her mother, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, is one of the most renowned Spanish designers.

h By María Bertero
16 Jan 2019 — 09:58

The leading researcher of Spanish think tank Real Instituto Elcano explains the political, economic and trade situation Latin America is going through.

h By Iria P. Gestal / P. Riaño
14 Jan 2019 — 09:56

The Moody’s analysts are optimistic but careful about the future of retail.

h By MDS
10 Jan 2019 — 19:00

The North American company of sportive wear and material is under investigation by the European Commission to determine if the country conferred it advantages to pay less taxes.

 

h By C. Juárez
10 Jan 2019 — 10:00

According to the report Expecting the unexpected written by HSBC bank, the downturn the luxury sector will undergo in 2019 will have a smaller impact on the sector conglomerates.

h By MDS
09 Jan 2019 — 10:10

Alfred Vernís, Sustainability Academic Director at Inditex, will be responsible of the closure of the upcoming edition of the congress, which will be held on 5 February in Teatre Nacional de Catalunya (TNC).

h By Pilar Riaño
02 Jan 2019 — 10:00

Throughout the next twelve months, the fashion industry will have to look for the model with which it will face the future. New markets, new values, new distribution and, mainly, new clients, will all determine the industry of fashion around the world.

h By Carmen Juárez
28 Dec 2018 — 05:00
From Dogi to Nextil, from Grupo Cortefiel to Tendam or from Michael Kors to Capri. These were some of the fashion companies whose names have changed throughout 2018. The objective? Adapt to new times and update identities.
h By Iria P. Gestal
28 Dec 2018 — 04:58

From Hollywood to Spain, 2018 will go down in history as the year in which women raised their voices. The exposure of victims and harassers with first and last popular names has exposed the dirt of sectors such as cinema or fashion.

h By S. Riera
24 Dec 2018 — 10:56

Until now, fashion titans have been trying out circularity with small lines and collections. However, in 2018, they have set it at their strategies’ core. Political and social pressures have put the sector under the spotlight.

h By S. Riera
24 Dec 2018 — 10:38

The boom of ecommerce has changed the rules of logistics. Traditional storages are no longer of use to escalate the management of individualised and personalised shipping in record time. The logistics of the future are based in robots, artificial intelligence and augmented reality.

h By Iria P. Gestal
21 Dec 2018 — 10:00

The world’s capital of lifestyle and casual reclaims itself, too, as a luxury mecca. Groups like Coach and Michael Kors (reconverted into Tapestry and Capri, respectively) advance by force of their check book to threaten the reign of Paris. En grade, monsier Arnault. 

h By Silvia Riera
20 Dec 2018 — 09:50

The marketing professor at EAE Business School points out that fashion has been made banal, entering a spiral of low prices and informal style.

h By C. Juárez
17 Dec 2018 — 16:00

The high-end fashion sector continues to enlarge its valuation in base to the multiple of 12.2 in 2017 and to ten times its ebitda in 2016, according to the report The Luxury and Cosmetics Financial Factbook 2018.

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

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