Tommy Hilfiger has closed its global Fifth Avenue flagship in Manhattan and will close its Miami store on Collins Avenue, as the American label reshapes itself to gain ground in an increasingly digital era of commerce.
At the Economist Sustainability Summit, a trio of fashion execs with a focus on sustainability showed just how much the fashion sector is committed to reducing its footprint and working for 100% circularity.
Koché has made a much-lauded return to Tokyo Fashion Week, hosting a show full of winks to Japanese pop culture, including a series of Pikachu looks, the result of a collaboration with the Pokémon mascot's upcoming film.
In the midst of the Kering-owned brand's relaunch, FashionNetwork.com has learned that Bottega Veneta has named a new CEO for its EMEA zone: Hugo Boss alum Massimiliano Brunazzo, who joins the Italian brand from Adidas.
Who What Wear UK has announced a new partnership with peer-to-peer wardrobe rental platform, Hurr Collective, “a disruptive platform that allows women to share and monetise their wardrobes, by renting and not buying.”
Tommy Hilfiger is aiming to elevate athleticwear with the launch of Tommy Sport, its new athletic apparel line for men and women, mixing traditional high-performance athleticwear with a signature Tommy Hilfiger twist.
According to ThredUp’s 2019 Resale Report, the secondhand apparel market has been growing 21 times faster than retail apparel over the last three years and is on track to be larger than fast fashion by 2028.
Following last month's blackface controversy, the Kering-owned luxury brand has launched "Gucci Changemakers", a project aiming to promote diversity both at the company and around the world, starting with the USA.
The Italian brand has unveiled its first ever haute joaillerie collection in New York. Intended as an extension of its Armani Privé haute couture line, the collection will also be presented in Tokyo, Paris and Milan.
Chinese consumers may be switching more of their luxury spend to the domestic market at the moment, but some of their fellow Asia-Pacific consumers proved key to luxe spending in Europe’s major retail cities in Q4.