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HanesBrands appoints Lorenzo Moretti president of Champion Europe
In this role, effective July, Moretti will be based in Carpi, Italy and will be tasked with driving growth for the brand across Europe.
John Lewis losses grow, launches bigger costs-savings drive
When a results release starts with a message to the staff talking about “another very tough year”, you know it’s not going to be good and so it was with John Lewis Partnership on Thursday.
Go Sport: the French court will examine the options of continuation or sale on April 18
The Grenoble commercial court indicated on Wednesday that it was postponing until April 18 the examination of HPB's continuation plan and the takeover offers concerning Go Sport, in judicial recovery.
What to take away from Bjørn Gulden’s first earnings call as Adidas CEO
Bjørn Gulden, who to everyone's surprise has switched roles from CEO of Puma to that of Adidas, took part last week in his first earnings call for the German sports giant. Here are his opinions and plans.
Chris Kolbe and Christian Arkins launch HyperNatural brand, the "Tesla of polo shirts”
CEO Chris Kolbe and co-founder Christian Arkins launch HyperNatural, a luxury and recycled polo brand, introducing a new segment to the polo market. Its retailers are already calling it the "Tesla of polo shirts."
John Lewis names non-exec Nish Kankiwala to new CEO role
It’s a big news week for John Lewis with its results due Thursday and a new concept store layout unveiled Tuesday. And Wednesday? Just the small matter of a new CEO.
H&M Group sales rise 12% in latest quarter
H&M Group delivered its provisional Q1 sales report on Wednesday and said sales in the three months to February rose a healthy 12% to SEK54.9 billion (€4.3bn/£4.9bn/$5.2bn).
Another strong year for Inditex as sales and profits beat inflation
Inditex’s full-year results on Wednesday saw the Spanish retail giant once again showing why it’s such a dominant force in fashion as sales and profits both soared.
Le Coq Sportif commissions Olympic Games collections to Stéphane Ashpool
To design the French athletes’ outfits for the next Olympic Games, taking place in Paris in 2024, the French sportswear brand has turned to the creative director and founder of Parisian label Pigalle.
K-Way focuses on sport, will outfit France’s next America’s Cup team
The sportswear label owned by Italian group BasicNet has opted to be active both on the fashion week front and in premium sports marketing, as Vice-President Lorenzo Boglione told FashionNetwork.com.
A.K.A Brands sees losses widen in 2022, CEO steps down due to health issues
A.K.A Brands announced on Thursday revenues for the fiscal year 2022 increased 8.8% to $611.7 million, despite a double-digit sales plummet in the fourth quarter ending December 31.
Women's fashion week: Ten trends for winter 2023-2024
From New York to London, Milan and Paris, designers have created high quality collections for Autumn-Winter 2023-2024, marking a return to formal elegance without losing sight of uninhibited sexyness.
Under-pressure Superdry names advisors to help it cut costs
Superdry may have seemed to be on a general recovery path, but the road ahead is still a tough one and the company has hired Interpath Advisory to help it cut costs.
In France Intersport about to make offer on Go Sport
AFP has learnt that sports apparel and equipment retailer Intersport is preparing to make a bid to acquire its French competitor Go Sport, currently in receivership, while Go Sport's CEO Patrick Puy has been dismissed.
Nikes taps former Twitter exec for DE&I chief role
U.S. sportswear giant Nike Inc. has appointed James Loduca to the role of chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer. Loduca is the fourth person to fill the role since 2020. The changes are
Adidas: Arthur Hoeld promoted to replace Roland Auschel
The charismatic sales director of the German equipment manufacturer, who has been with the group for more than 30 years will be succeeded by Arthur Hoeld, the current head of the Europe Middle East Africa region.