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L'OREAL GROUP
sr. Analyst, Finance (l'Oreal Paris)
Permanent · New York
L'OREAL GROUP
sr Analyst - Finance (sg&a) Luxe
Permanent · New York
L'OREAL GROUP
sr Analyst - Commercial Finance (Cpd)
Permanent · New York
L'OREAL GROUP
Packaging Operator ii - up2
Permanent · North Little Rock
VICTORIA'S SECRET
Brand Operations Manager-Edgewater
Permanent · Biloxi
CENTRIC BRANDS
Manager, Production - Denim (Joe's Jeans And Hudson Jeans)
Permanent · Los Angeles
LANE BRYANT
Part Time Sales Manager
Permanent · Gloucester Township
SALLY BEAUTY CORPORATE
District Manager
Permanent · Sacramento
ROSS STORES
Store Protection Specialist
Permanent · Las Vegas
ROSS STORES
Store Protection Specialist
Permanent · Los Angeles
ROSS STORES
Store Protection Specialist
Permanent · Los Angeles
COTY
Assistant Marketing Manager, us Marc Jacobs Fragrance
Permanent · New York
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Bellevue
Permanent · Bellevue
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Aventura
Permanent · Aventura
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Nordstrom Northshore
Permanent · Peabody
NORDSTROM INC
sr Maintenance Manager - Riverside, ca
Permanent · Riverside
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Oakbrook
Permanent · Oak Brook
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Oakridge Rack
Permanent · San Jose
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Southcenter
Permanent · Tukwila
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Chicago Maxwell Rack
Permanent · Chicago
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Agent Mission Valley Rack
Permanent · San Diego
NORDSTROM
Loss Prevention Security Ambassador Last Chance Phoenix
Permanent · Phoenix

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M&S doubles global webstores with launches in 46 new countries

M&S doubles global webstores with launches in 46 new countries

M&S has launched webstores in 46 new international markets as it works to boost its global sales, “instantly expanding online reach to over 100 countries and enabling millions more customers to purchase M&S products”.
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John Elliott opens second store in Miami

John Elliott opens second store in Miami

Having opened its debut standalone brick-and-mortar store in 2019, the LA-based fashion brand has chosen Miami as the location for its second flagship.
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This weekend in Paris: Altuzarra, Elie Saab, Dice Kayek, Zadig & Voltaire and Givenchy

This weekend in Paris: Altuzarra, Elie Saab, Dice Kayek, Zadig & Voltaire and Givenchy

A busy weekend of action at the virtual Paris Fashion Week, where most of the online videos were shot thousands of miles away from the French capital. We look at five of the most notable houses over this past 48 hours.
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Vaquera: Waiting in the wings for the party to come

Vaquera: Waiting in the wings for the party to come

Get ready for the party - but comfortably - was the New York label's message this season, referencing 1980s-inflected performancewear and transforming the codes of lockdown dressing.
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Tailored Brands receives $75 million in new financing

Tailored Brands receives $75 million in new financing

Tailored Brands announced on Friday the closing of a $75 million investment, nearly three months after exiting bankruptcy.
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Foot Locker appoints Melody Ehsani as creative director of women's business

Foot Locker appoints Melody Ehsani as creative director of women's business

The American sports and footwear retailer has named the LA-based designer behind the Melody Ehsani streetwear brand as the first creative director of its women’s business.
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Hibbett Sports posts 20% sales rise, beats earnings expectations

Hibbett Sports posts 20% sales rise, beats earnings expectations

The Birmingham, Alabama-based sportswear and equipment retailer reported a solid fourth quarter on Friday, with improvements in sales driving stronger than expected gains in the company’s bottom line.
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Milan Fashion Week: Optimistic trends for next winter

Milan Fashion Week: Optimistic trends for next winter

The curtain fell Monday on another Milan fashion week -- or at least the screen went dark on this season's all-digital affair, in which designers looked ahead to better times.
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Eco-Age appoints Simon Whitehouse as new CEO

Eco-Age appoints Simon Whitehouse as new CEO

Eco-Age, the sustainability and creative communications agency founded in 2008 by Livia Firth and her brother Nicola Giuggioli, has appointed Simon Whitehouse as its new CEO.
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HBC to launch Saks Fifth Avenue's online business as separate entity

HBC to launch Saks Fifth Avenue's online business as separate entity

HBC, the owner of Saks Fifth Avenue, said on Friday it would launch the luxury department store’s e-commerce segment as a separate business following a $500 million infusion from a U.S. private equity firm.
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MPs demand action from Boohoo on supplier issues

MPs demand action from Boohoo on supplier issues

Fast fashion retailer Boohoo is facing additional pressure to address issues linked to its supply chain working practices.
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British luxury producers cheer US tariff suspension

British luxury producers cheer US tariff suspension

The UK luxury industry has praised a move by the US to suspend retaliatory tariffs of 25% imposed on a range of high-end products, including cashmere, wool, tailoring, and bedlinen, albeit for just four months.
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Renzo Rosso’s OTB acquires Jil Sander

Renzo Rosso’s OTB acquires Jil Sander

It’s official. Only the Brave (OTB), the key company in the fashion empire of Renzo Rosso, has acquired Jil Sander, the Hamburg-born label known as the highest expression of minimalism in fashion.
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Redress Design Award collaborates with Timberland

Redress Design Award collaborates with Timberland

The Redress Design Award, a sustainable fashion competition for young fashion designers, has opened applications for its 2021 cycle with a new design opportunity with Timberland. 
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Reebok names New Balance veteran VP of apparel

Reebok names New Balance veteran VP of apparel

Reebok announced on Thursday the appointment of New Balance veteran Portia Blunt to vice president, apparel. 
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Walmart to spend an additional $350 billion on US-made products over next 10 years

Walmart to spend an additional $350 billion on US-made products over next 10 years

The American retail giant has announced that it plans to support national manufacturers with $350 billion in added business over the next decade, with focus areas including textiles and small electrical appliances.
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