The California-based sustainable footwear brand is launching its debut apparel line and pushing forward with its international expansion efforts, which include the opening of a pop-up in Merci, Paris, in November.
Gameswear start-up Fulllife has yet to drop a collection, but the company headed by French entrepreneurs Alexandre Malsch, Bruno Maugery, Thomas Chambolle and Philippe Vial has already raised €2.5 million.
Bangladesh is the world's second-largest apparel producer, but its industry leaders say international retailers are either refraining from placing orders, delaying buying decisions or demanding steep price cuts.
Retailers in the Republic of Ireland are faced with a second period of enforced closure this year as all non-essential retail, as well as hairdressers and beauty salons, have been told to shut for six weeks.
Burberry continues to burnish its reputation as a tech innovator in luxury fashion with a new initiative to “revolutionise fashion design and engineering”. The first products using the tech are now dropping in-store.
HBC unveiled on Monday a new dedicated real estate and investments business launched to lead the company’s portfolio of assets, including some 40 million square feet of gross leasable area across North America.
Inditex’s flagship brand is expanding in Asia with the opening of its largest regional store in Beijing. The new location spreads across 3,500 sq m over four floors. Zara first launched in China in 2004.