The footwear maker known for its instantly recognizable foam clogs has revealed a new five-year growth framework, through which it is hoping to achieve revenues of $5 billion by 2026, notably through digital expansion.
The Middlebury, Connecticut-based watchmaker announced on Wednesday that it has signed a strategic licensing agreement to produce timepieces for the American luxury brand owned by Authentic Brands Group since 2013.
H&M Group’s Q3 sales rose 14% year-on-year (YoY), the Swedish fashion retail giant said on Wednesday. That said, the figure was in local currencies and when converted to Swedish Krona, the rise was only 9%.
Fashion retail giant Inditex said on Wednesday that its recovery is continuing to gain momentum with its sales, EBITDA and net income in the second quarter of its financial year reaching "historic highs”.
Knowlton Development Corp said on Tuesday it was looking to raise up to $857.14 million through a U.S. initial public offering, valuing the manufacturer for beauty, personal and home care brands at more than $3 billion.
Danish jewellery maker Pandora, the world's largest by production capacity, said on Tuesday it targets a total revenue growth of 6-8% over the 2021-2023 period and an operating profit margin of 25-27% in 2023.
Tiziana Fausti, founder of the eponymous multibrand luxury retailer, details to FashionNetwork.com her strategy for breathing fresh energy into the legendary Milanese concept store she bought last year.
Not every designer inspires to be a revolutionary artist. Some have more direct goals, like creating empowering and wearable clothes for multiple situations. Like Hellessy, by ex-expert merchandiser Sylvie Millstein.
The Broomfield, Colorado-based footwear company has taken the first major step toward its target of having net zero emissions with the launch of a bio-based version of its Croslite material, set to hit shelves in 2022.
The minimalist beauty brand launched by Who What Wear co-founder Katherine Power earlier this year has announced that it has completed a $20 million Series A funding round led by LVMH-backed L Catterton.
The group born of the merger between communication agency Karla Otto and events company K2 has bought a majority stake in the famous Parisian production house, for 30 years the brains behind fashion’s top catwalk shows.
Open for Vintage is also open to new funding. The luxury pre-owned website has launched a £1.5 million capital raise, including a public crowdfunding campaign, to help drive new consumers to the site in the UK and US.