Carla Sozzani, noted retailer, gatekeeper to the Azzedine Alaïa archives and all-round fashion legend, has a new project. The Italian lady opened her own Fondazione Sozzani Monday night in an unexpected neighbourhood.
The global sourcing show for intimates, swimwear and athleisure is coming to the Javits Center for a two-day workshop from October 16 through 17, featuring an itinerary dedicated to sustainability and tech innovations.
After a four year break from the pool, Puma is engineering a return to the swimwear category. Due to launch in 2020, the new collection will be the German sportswear brand’s first swimwear range since 2016.
Kathmandu Holdings on Tuesday said it will buy Australia-based surfing gear maker Rip Curl Group for A$350 million to diversify product offerings and expand geographic footprint to Europe and North America.
Zara continues to be the group’s largest brand, while Stradivarius and Uterqüe are the fastest-growing formats. FashionNetwork.com takes an in depth look at brand performance and Inditex’s long-term vision.
Supima, the hyper quality American cotton company, has revealed the names of the finalists and jury for its 12th Annual Supima Design Competition, to be staged 59 Chelsea Piers on the Hudson River on Thursday, Sept. 5.
Fom August 4 through 6, more than 250 intimates and swimwear brands hit New York’s Javits Center, where Curve NY celebrated inclusivity and confidence, all while exploring the latest industry developments.
The New York-based womenswear retailer announced decreased sales and a net loss of $7.5 million for the second quarter ended August 3, 2019, as well as plans to exit its recently launched Uncommon Sense brand.