Christos Angelides has been named CEO at Reiss, confounding expectations that he would take the top clothing role at M&S. His new role at Reiss is part of a “planned succession process” and looks like a good fit.
Overseas acquisitions by Chinese buyers are cooling as Beijing reins in capital outflows, but deals into China are on the rise, with new rules making it easier for foreign buyers to tap China's rising consumer potential.
The Parisian textile trade show, which took place February 7-9 at Parc des Expositions in Villepint, capped off its spring/summer 2018 edition with the announcement that 56,250 visitors were in attendance, up 2.3%.
Online retailer Amazon is set to create more than 5,000 jobs in Britain this year, the company said on Monday, boosting its investment in the country once more even as it prepares to leave the European Union.
The Cotton Council International will host a Cotton USA event, an industry gathering for the cotton textile supply chain as a platform to exchange business updates and views on global sourcing patterns, in Hong Kong.
From luggage-free wardrobe rental services to fashion-themed luxury cruise itineraries, travel and fashion have been aligning in new and unexpected ways in recent years as both industries try to keep up with the times.
At Mulberry, creative head Johnny Coca took inspiration from the aristocracy's life in the countryside, showcasing tweeds, lace and embroidery Sunday, plus equestrian quilted capes and blouses with knotted scarves.
British designer Anya Hindmarch offered a colorful Scandinavian-inspired selection of women's accessories for next winter at LFW on Sunday, presenting a luxe line-up of satchels, handbags, outerwear and shoes.
Henry Holland can always be relied on to surprise and his House of Holland show did just that Saturday. He took his love of gingham checks a step further, added in new pattern stories and mixed it up with rodeo style.