Retailers can’t afford to declare the Christmas shopping season a success just yet, even for the few where it looks that way, with a deluge of returns due as daily life gets back to normal after the Christmas holidays.
The news that Raf Simons and Calvin Klein were parting ways, revealed deliberately Friday evening as the fashion world clocked off for Christmas, didn’t surprise the industry. We look at what doomed the relationship.
Nike Inc shares rose 8% on Friday, after the company's solid quarterly results eased worries that escalating trade tensions between Washington and Beijing would weigh on China demand and hurt the group's growth.
Models testing fashion brands like Adidas and Gap are finding that almost a third of the shoes and clothes they try on are bigger or smaller than the size on the label, explaining why many bought online are sent back.
The fashion sector may have struggled in the warm autumn but Joe Browns said Wednesday that its coats and boots have proved popular and it has avoided the frenzied discounts seen across the fashion market in the UK.
High-end Australian accessories specialist Oroton Group managed to slash its losses in its latest financial year as it cut back on marketing and other spend after its A$24 million rescue by fund manager Will Vicars.
Under-pressure KappAhl was upbeat on Wednesday as it reported higher Q1 sales, and said it outperformed the market, even as margins dipped, profits fell and it had to invest more time and money in driving sales upwards.