Beauty brands and manufacturers who fail to embrace the rising zero waste movement will struggle to exist in the future, as more consumers shift towards eco-friendly companies amid environmental concerns.
Paul Smith and luxury eyewear specialist Cutler and Gross have announced an extension of their relationship with their one-off collaboration that was unveiled this spring having turned into a three-year partnership.
The United States Postal Service should have more flexibility to raise rates for packages, according to recommendations from a task force set up by President Donald Trump, a move that could hurt profits of Amazon.
A new report analyzing forced labor risks within the supply chains of 43 apparel and footwear companies found discouraging results, with LVMH, Salvatore Ferragamo, Prada, Skechers and Footlocker earning poor scores.
European Union finance ministers failed to agree a tax on digital revenues on Tuesday, despite a last minute Franco-German plan to salvage the proposal by narrowing its focus to companies like Google and Facebook .
U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday held out the possibility of an extension of the 90-day trade truce with China but made clear he would revert to tariffs if the two sides could not resolve their differences.
Fast Retailing is taking steps to become more transparent by publishing a list of Uniqlo and GU’s core fabric mills and factories. In total, the documents feature almost 300 mills and sewing factories.
A new report has warned about the growing use of credit options amongst young online shoppers, as data reveals that over a quarter of millennials have used such payment options, like ‘buy now pay later’ in the past year.
Amazon Japan has announced its Amazon Ranking Grand Prize 2018. United Athle’s classic T-shirt won first place in the clothing and accessories category, while Asics bagged the top spot for running shoes.
Timberland and Wrangler owner VF is to take over the Axtell Soho building in London next year, its first major London HQ, with the space to become “an important business hub for VF and its portfolio of brands in Europe.”
Visa and Mastercard have offered to cut merchants' charges for non-EU credit and debit cards by at least 40% to end an EU antitrust investigation, part of a long crackdown by the European Commission against such fees.