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Cristina Betts bullish for Iguatemi, explains the Brazilian giant’s future M&A roadmap

Cristina Betts bullish for Iguatemi, explains the Brazilian giant’s future M&A roadmap

This past week in Paris, Brazil’s most important luxury retailer Iguatemi feted its rebound from the pandemic, as its CEO Cristina Betts explained its M&A plans and predicted double continued digit growth in 2023.
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Karl Lagerfeld celebrates 100 years of Disney

Karl Lagerfeld celebrates 100 years of Disney

The Karl Lagerfeld brand is celebrating Disney's 100-year anniversary with a capsule collection featuring the eponymous late designer's infamous sketch of Donald Duck.
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Harmful chemicals: European fashion industry at risk from imports

Harmful chemicals: European fashion industry at risk from imports

On January 30, researcher Audrey Millet presented an alarming report to the European Parliament on the presence of noxious chemicals in clothes, leading to conditions like cancer, lung disease and uterine contamination.
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Première Vision Paris to feature new sections, more exhibitors at Spring/Summer 2024 edition

Première Vision Paris to feature new sections, more exhibitors at Spring/Summer 2024 edition

The textile/apparel trade show will hold its Spring/Summer 2024 session from Tuesday February 7 to Thursday 9 with 1,245 exhibitors, featuring a new Smart Tech section and once again the Maison d'Exception section.
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Texworld Evolution Paris 2023 to become fashion sourcing destination

Texworld Evolution Paris 2023 to become fashion sourcing destination

Texworld Evolution Paris 2023 will be home to most of the global sourcing for fashion brands, from ready-to-wear to luxury, at the Paris-Le-Bourget exhibition centre from February 6 to 8, 2023 in France.
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Australian fashion week to take place May 15

Australian fashion week to take place May 15

IMG announced on Tuesday its lineup of designer runway shows and programming for Afterpay Australian Fashion Week (AAFW): The Experience, taking place from May 15 – 19 at Sydney's Carriageworks. 
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Zadig & Voltaire puts on a leather-filled fiery show

Zadig & Voltaire puts on a leather-filled fiery show

The French brand took over the Poush art incubator in Aubervillers for a fiery show, where Cecilia Börnström's stylish bikers strutted around a blazing Renaissance-style fountain.
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Archroma launches first dyes derived from recycled textiles

Archroma launches first dyes derived from recycled textiles

Dyes specialist Archroma has utilised its new FiberColors technology to create dyes that are synthesised for at least 50% from selected textile waste, and are less dependent on hydrocarbons.
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Podcast: Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel of Arianee unpacks Web3 challenges facing the fashion industry

Podcast: Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel of Arianee unpacks Web3 challenges facing the fashion industry

In this new episode of the LuxurynsightXFashionNetwork podcast series, Pierre-Nicolas Hurstel, CEO and co-founder of Arianee, talks with Olivier Guyot about the challenges facing fashion labels in the Web3 ecosystem.
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Pakistan: Inditex, H&M, Bestseller and C&A join Factory Safety Agreement

Pakistan: Inditex, H&M, Bestseller and C&A join Factory Safety Agreement

Bestseller, C&A, H&M, Inditex, Otto and PVH will represent the brands on the board of the Pakistan Textile Factory Safety Agreement and invite other brands to join the initiative.
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Mango launches circular denim capsule

Mango launches circular denim capsule

​Resurgent Spanish retail giant Mango is launching its first denim collection “designed with circularity criteria to promote a second life for garments”.
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Elsewhere in Paris: Olivier Saillard, Taak, AZ Factory and Steven Passaro

Elsewhere in Paris: Olivier Saillard, Taak, AZ Factory and Steven Passaro

As the Paris menswear season ended and couture week opened, we checked out four widely differing fashion visions to tap into the style pulse among cognoscenti in the French fashion capital.
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Gunther, Doublet, and Nahmias' streetwear takes over Paris Fashion Week

Gunther, Doublet, and Nahmias' streetwear takes over Paris Fashion Week

Throughout an entire weekend packed with men's fashion shows, Paris dedicated a special place in its fashion week to streetwear culture, inviting American, Japanese and Parisian brands.
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The women who dress men

The women who dress men

Women are increasingly making their mark in men's fashion, breaking through the "fabric ceiling" that has seen the industry dominated by men, attracted by a sector where some of the most radical changes are taking place.
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Ludovic de Saint Sernin turns up the heat, Sacai elevates workwear

Ludovic de Saint Sernin turns up the heat, Sacai elevates workwear

The new creative director of Ann Demeulemeester and the Japanese designer Chitose Abe stood out on the last day of men's fashion week, opting for sophisticated sensual looks and functional tailoring, respectively.
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Maison Margiela: New mansion headquarters, posh-punk collection

Maison Margiela: New mansion headquarters, posh-punk collection

Maison Margiela unveiled its new headquarters in Paris on Sunday night and talk about an upgrade. John Galliano celebrated the move with his latest collection – a deconstructed homage to the Queen of Punk, Jordan.
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