The annual TV show did not mention global brands for the first time in years, and instead focused on local makers and consumer privacy,
The move is a reversal for Europe’s biggest online fashion platform, which had been talking up the prospects of its in-house labels and their attractive profit margins.
Annual revenues at the Italian luxury group rose for the first time in four years, showing its turnaround plan is starting to bear fruit.
The Vogue photographer, known for his striking campaigns for Prada and Raf Simons, is set to showcase limited-edition “collectables” on the platform every month and release a new book with Idea.
Ashley’s Sports Direct, Debenhams’ biggest shareholder, made its unsecured loan offer with conditions including the appointment of Ashley as chief executive.
The digital watchdog has helped to hold the fashion industry accountable on copying and cultural insensitivity, but its increasingly cosy relationships with major brands could undermine its credibility.
This week, Ralph & Russo names Helen David as chief growth officer, while Sonia Rykiel creative director departs.
The German company has closed under-performing Reebok stores and allowed some licensing deals to expire, while allocating more resources to marketing.
Personalisation corners in Amsterdam, Barcelona and Milan stores will embroider words on 13 different denim designs.
As “gilets jaunes” protests wane and the yuan strengthens, the French capital looks set to regain its place as China’s favourite luxury shopping haven. Read China Decoded to make sense of the market.