Monday, November 20, 2017

Gucci goes fur-free

Luxury fashion brand Gucci has announced that it will stop using fur in its products entirely after its Spring 2018 collection.
Coach Inc

Coach Inc to be rebranded as Tapestry Inc

The parent company of US-based luxury retailer Coach is poised to rename itself to Tapestry Inc.
Coach Birmingham

Coach Birmingham flagship opens at Bullring shopping centre

Coach has just opened its new flagship for the Midlands area in Birmingham's Bullring shopping centre.
LVMH update

LVMH records better-than-expected sales growth

Luxury retailer and manufacturer LVMH has reported better-than-expected for its third quarter,  boosted by organic growth in all its business.

Net-A-Porter poised to launch AI picking service

Fashion giant Net-A-Porter has announced the launch of an AI which will pick clothing for customers based on their future plans.
distribution centre

Matchesfashion creates 200 jobs at new distribution centre

Fashion retailer Matchesfashion has moved to ramp up its online operations by opening a new distribution centre in West London.
Kurt Geiger saw

Kurt Geiger saw strong growth “across all channels” in 2016

Luxury footwear retailer Kurt Geiger saw double digit growth “across all channels and established territories last year”.
Hill & Friends

Hill & Friends to open first physical store amid skyrocketing sales

Luxury handbag retailer Hill & Friends is set to open its first standalone store on London‘s South Molton Street amid swift expansion.
Kering LVMH

Luxury fashion giants Kering & LVMH ban use of size zero models

The parent companies of luxury retailers like Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Stella McCartney and Dior have announced they are banning the use of size zero models under a new "well-being charter" across all their brands.

Burberry to open new 4-storey flagship

Burberry is set to open a new four-storey flagship store in London‘s Knightsbridge, vacating its current store in the area.

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