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Business

Arcadia woes threaten JD Sports interest in Debenhams

Arcadia woes threaten JD Sports interest in Debenhams

​Arcadia’s expected administration filing could derail JD Sports’ plan to buy Debenhams as Arcadia’s brands are a huge presence in the department store chain via a large number of concessions. 
Fashion
Business
Arcadia administration imminent: could Frasers or Boohoo buy brands?

Arcadia administration imminent: could Frasers or Boohoo buy brands?

Giant fashion group Arcadia is believed to be on the verge of the worst UK corporate collapse of the Covid crisis, with the firm expected to go into administration as early as Monday. This would put 13,000 jobs at risk.
Fashion
Business

US online sales surge to near-record on 'Black Friday'

US online sales surged on the traditional "Black Friday" to set the country's second-highest one-day mark ever as virus-wary Americans shunned in-person shopping, the Adobe software company reported Saturday.
Fashion
Retail

Ascena to sell premium and plus brands for $540 million

As it seeks to exit bankruptcy, the Mahwah, New Jersey-based fashion retail group has announced plans to sell its Ann Taylor, Loft, Lane Bryant and Lou & Grey brands to an affiliate of Sycamore Partners.
Fashion
Business

Trade shows

Micam, Mipel, other Milanese trade shows postponed to March

Micam, Mipel, other Milanese trade shows postponed to March

Following Pitti Uomo’s decision to postpone, Milan-based trade shows Micam, Mipel, Homi, Lineapelle and TheOneMilano have also pushed their dates back by one month, and will all be staged on March 20-24.
Fashion
Trade shows
Who's Next show forced to cancel January edition

Who's Next show forced to cancel January edition

WSN Développement, the Parisian fashion show’s organiser, has announced that the event's January edition will not take place. Who's Next and Impact will have their own space at the Première Classe show on March 5-7.
Fashion
Trade shows

Postponed Pitti Uomo show to be staged with Pitti Filati, Bimbo in February

Originally scheduled in January, Pitti Uomo’s winter edition will be held on February 21-23 together with the Pitti Bimbo and Pitti Filati shows (dedicated to childrenswear and yarns), all of them in physical format.
Fashion
Trade shows

Italian trade shows mull pushing back next session’s dates

Pitti Uomo was planned for January, but is reportedly set to shift to February. The White Milano show in February might move to March, while the Milan Fashion Week has confirmed the dates of its next phygital edition.
Fashion
Trade shows