An Indian court on Friday dismissed appeals by Amazon and Walmart's Flipkart that sought to stall an antitrust investigation into their business practices, dealing a major setback to the U.S. firms in a key market.
Covid has forced the Italian luxury industry to step up the pace of its transformation and search for investors, as shown by Zegna announcing a forthcoming stock market listing, and L Catterton’s acquisition of Etro.
Events have conspired to drive global supply chains towards breaking point, threatening the fragile flow of raw materials, parts and consumer goods, according to companies, economists and shipping specialists.
Italian brand Dolce & Gabbana will present its latest couture collection in Venice from August 28 to 30. On the occasion, the brand will also unveil its first homeware line and unprecedented digital collection of NFTs.
In what looks to be a strong fit, retail giant JD Sports Fashion has made a multi-million-pound investment in UK performance wear/althleisure retailer Gym King, taking a “significant” minority stake in the firm.
The Browns kidswear entry announced back in May has finally touched down, the retailer "catering to the cool kids, with the best in fashion alongside some exclusive capsules from brands entirely new to the category".
Already a big draw for sports/youth brands, London’s Carnaby neighbourhood has scored another couple of major wins for landlord Shaftesbury with debut UK stores for The National Basketball Association and Hype.
The Australian antitrust regulator on Thursday kicked off an inquiry into the local units of Amazon, Ebay and other online markets to ensure fairness in a sector where sales have soared through the Covid-19 pandemic.
Burberry has officially unveiled its new-concept flagship on Sloane Street in London. It’s the first of its flagships to feature its new global design concept “that encapsulates the essence of the luxury house”.
The J.Crew Group-owned denim brand announced on Tuesday that it is expanding its existing partnership with secondhand specialist ThredUp through the launch of its own resale platform, Madewell Forever.
Kite Realty Group Trust said on Monday it will buy rival Retail Properties of America Inc for about $2.8 billion to create one of the top five shopping center real estate investment trusts in the United States.