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Nike reshuffles senior leadership

Nike reshuffles senior leadership

The American sports and footwear giant has announced a series of changes in its senior leadership, appointing Heidi O’Neill as president for consumer and marketplace, Andy Campion as COO, and Matthew Friend as CFO.
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True Religion taps artist Jaffa Saba for upcycled collection

True Religion taps artist Jaffa Saba for upcycled collection

Created with sustainability in mind, the limited-edition collection will feature pieces designed using upcycled denim in the former Nike creative consultant's personal style. 
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Kingpins Transformers: Ed to land in Amsterdam

Kingpins Transformers: Ed to land in Amsterdam

Dedicated to fashion students, the event will focus on the social, environmental and economic challenges facing the denim industry.
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Coach and Bape come together for streetwear collaboration

Coach and Bape come together for streetwear collaboration

The original American house of leather has teamed up with the cult Japanese streetwear label for an apparel and accessories collection bringing together the two brands’ signature styles for a colorful urban fusion.
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Japan on brink of recession as economy contracts, virus heightens risk

Japan on brink of recession as economy contracts, virus heightens risk

Japan’s economy has shrunk as a sales tax hike hit consumer and business spending, raising the risk of a recession as China’s coronavirus outbreak chills global activity.
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EU targets textiles and packaging in plan to halve waste by 2030

EU targets textiles and packaging in plan to halve waste by 2030

Recycling textiles, batteries and packaging will be the priority in a new plan to halve waste in the European Union by 2030, the head of the EU's "Green Deal" said on Tuesday.
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Walmart's holiday sales hurt by shorter season, lower demand for apparel

Walmart's holiday sales hurt by shorter season, lower demand for apparel

Walmart Inc reported lower-than-expected holiday quarter U.S. comparable sales on Tuesday as a shorter holiday season and weak demand for apparel, toys and electronics hurt sales in stores.
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Dockers hoping to progress across three key markets, says European general manager

Dockers hoping to progress across three key markets, says European general manager

In Europe, Levi Strauss-owned Dockers has reached double-digit numbers for the second year in a row. The brand’s general manager reveals to FashionNetwork.com his strategy for the continent. 
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Beales to close all stores as no buyer emerges for slimmed down business

Beales to close all stores as no buyer emerges for slimmed down business

Beales is preparing to close all its stores as no buyer has come forward to snap up the business. But it seems its administrators are still trying to find someone who will buy at least part of it as a going concern.
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Orchestra-Prémaman to slash nearly 600 jobs

Orchestra-Prémaman to slash nearly 600 jobs

Children and maternity wear specialist Orchestra-Prémaman entered a protection procedure on September 24 2019, and on Monday February 17 it presented a reorganisation plan which involves cutting about 600 jobs.
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Moda announces shortlist for History In the Making footwear competition

Moda announces shortlist for History In the Making footwear competition

The work of eight BA footwear design students will be on display at Moda in Birmingham this month as part of the History In the Making student competition with De Montfort University.
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London Fashion Week: Blasts from the past

London Fashion Week: Blasts from the past

​People keep calling for designers to look into the future, but rarely has a season been so obsessed with the past as London Fashion Week, which wrapped up Tuesday night with a reception in 10 Downing Street.
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Proxy advisory firms back bid to take HBC private

Proxy advisory firms back bid to take HBC private

Three leading proxy advisory firms have recommended that HBC shareholders vote in favour of the deal that would see a group led by the company’s executive chairman, Richard Baker, take the retailer private.
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Trio of retailers sign up for London's first eco market

Trio of retailers sign up for London's first eco market

A new eco market built from recycled shipping containers is set to open in Camden Town next month.
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Global Brands Group axes fur, IFF reacts to rising tide of negative sentiment with new strategy

Global Brands Group axes fur, IFF reacts to rising tide of negative sentiment with new strategy

The fur debate continues and Global Brands Group has announced it will stop using fur while the fur industry itself is repositioning itself with a focus on an ethical approach.
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Sézane eyes Spain as it prepares next pop-up

Sézane eyes Spain as it prepares next pop-up

The French fashion firm is set to open a new pop-up store in Madrid on 11 March. The 160 sq m space will feature Sézane’s L’Appartement retail concept, which also shapes its stores in Paris and London.
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