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.
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.
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.
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.
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