By next year, its chief executive said the company aims to outperform growth in the broader luxury industry by increasing its presence in China.
This week on Inside Fashion, the Ethiopian supermodel gives a tour of her 20-year modelling career and discusses the opportunities for fashion in Africa.
Investors announced the news after the department store company moved its MyTheresa business into an entity belonging to the retailer’s private equity owners.
While most of the apparel company’s products are from Vietnam, about 22 percent still come from China.
The sportswear maker will let go of 3 percent of its global workforce to cut costs in its struggle to compete with Nike and Adidas in North America.
Within a distressed labour market, thousands of low-paid home workers create luxury garments without contracts or insurance.
With Moncler Genius, Remo Ruffini offers a glimpse of a tantalising future for fashion.
Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s N.21 and Arthur Arbesser deftly juxtaposed hot and cold.
The brand has recruited some of the world’s most polarising celebrities, from Nicki Minaj to Gucci Mane, to front a new campaign bringing cyber-bullying issues to light.
In a world that’s tiring of fashion photography that prizes artifice, shuns diversity and exploits sexuality, Alexi Lubomirski, who famously shot Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding pictures, is after something more authentic, ethical, thoughtful.