Amazon is ramping up its presence in Brazil, but the Amercian giant may struggle to dominate the country's retail, according to a various industry insiders, who say Amazon's slow rollout gave rivals a chance to prepare.
Mexico’s Senate on Tuesday voted to ratify a Asia-Pacific trade agreement, making it the first of 11 signatory countries to back the arduously negotiated framework that was rejected by the United States.
On Tuesday, the luxury group opened the Thélios production site for its joint venture with Marcolin, a partnership which began with Céline's eyewear collections, and still has those of Loewe and Fred in the pipeline.
A recent NRF and IBM study suggests that while Gen-Zers favor brick-and-mortar, retailers who fail to integrate online and mobile services with their physical stores may be missing the mark with this key demographic.
The EU and the US appear reluctant to remove preferential trade access for Cambodia’s garments sector, Fitch’s BMI research unit said on Tuesday, despite calls from rights groups in the wake of a political crackdown.
Amid widening losses, the Plymouth, Minnesota-based apparel retailer announced on Monday that it has signed a deal with an investor group to sell and lease back its corporate HQ for a purchase price of $13.65 million.
Kering's luxury labels may have boosted supply chain transparency but many luxury firms are falling short, Fashion Revolution claims. And the most transparent fashion labels of all? Sports giants Adidas and Reebok.