Having seen a return to almost normal levels of activity in April, Shanghai's textile and apparel trade shows will hold their next editions, with appropriate health and safety measures, from August 25 to 27.
Boohoo has moved quickly to protect its reputation, cutting its links with rapper DaBaby after what was seen as a homophobic rant during a live show at the weekend saw him coming in for heavy criticism.
The Rolling Stones merchandise production line is on a sporting roll. Hot on the heels of linking up with the Euro 2020, the group’s RS No.9 Carnaby retail arm has now teamed up with Team GB for the Tokyo Olympics.
Unibail Rodamco Westfield has reported H1 results and continued to see “significant Covid-19-related disruption” in the first six months. But it also highlighted its ongoing “resilience in tough operating conditions”.
Australia, a country known for punching above its weight in sport, literature, cinema, media, wine and the pursuit of happiness, has tended to underperform when it comes to fashion. One major exception is Zimmermann.
The group announced a 178.6% increase in Q2 revenue on Wednesday, growth driven by the retail channel, which was, nonetheless, still not able to bring the company’s sales in line with pre-pandemic levels.
The fashion group, which has owned 70% of its flagship brand since 1999, has purchased the remaining 30% from Italy's Siny, taking complete control of the business. The value of the transaction was 66.5 million euros.
Female athletes have fought long and hard for the right to choose what they wear when they compete at the Olympics, and at the Tokyo Games more and more athletes and fans are speaking out and taking action.