Burberry's new creative director Riccardo Tisci, who arrived at the storied British fashion house in March 2018, has unveiled a new logo and monogram for the label. Both were created by Peter Saville Studio.
One Ocean, a clean beauty brand that has secured the first ever beauty company equity investment from The Lubrizol Corporation, a Berkshire Hathaway company, has launched with a sustainable wellness collection.
Vivienne Westwood won the latest honor in a brilliant career this weekend in Italy, though when one talks to this British Dame it’s abundantly clear she is much more interested in the climate change than in clothes.
Burberry, which has been in the crosshairs for burning tens of millions of dollars of its products, is far from the only firm to destroy unsold goods to maintain the exclusivity and luxury mystique of their brands.
Luxury handbag maker Hermes International expects first-half operating profits close to the record level reached last year, as Hermes posted solid second quarter sales that augured well for the rest of the luxury sector.
Burberry is under attack over its strategy for disposing of surplus stock with criticism similar to that faced by H&M, showing that it's not only the mass-market that destroys unsold goods rather than recycling them.