Leave it to Comme des Garçons to dream up yet another distinctive collaboration, in this case a yearly series with a magazine and a selection of creative people it admires, in a project named People of the Year.
American-born executive Ian Rogers is to exit 24S, the fledgling e-commerce wing of LVMH, the world’s largest luxury conglomerate, as part of a major shakeup in digital and information technology within the group.
LVMH has appointed Chris de Lapuente as its new Chairman and CEO of the luxury conglomerate’s Selective Retailing Division, making him one of the most powerful executives within the giant French luxury conglomerate.
The end of England’s second lockdown can’t come quick enough for store retailers. As they brace themselves for a three-week pre-Christmas shopping frenzy, they’re already having to play serious catch-up.
Matchesfashion and Net-A-Porter are playing a game of senior musical chairs with one of the leading lights of the latter joining Matches, while its commercial chief heads for a role at Richemont-owned Net-A-Porter.
Tory Burch swung to a loss in the UK and Germany in its most recent financial year, and while that year didn't include the pandemic, it said Covid has had an impact and it's impossible to predict this year's outcome.
Over 30 retail brands from across the London’s King’s Cross and Coal Drops Yard retail destination have launched a combined ‘United We Shop’ campaign, supporting the area’s extensively redeveloped shopping streets.
Remarkably, on the day the second lockdown in Paris ends, November 28, and clothing stores can open, Canada’s Nobis will debut a brand new store there. Its founder Robin Yates explains how it has defied the downturn.