Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Burberry hoodie

Burberry apologises for noose hoodie at London Fashion Week

CONTENT WARNING: This article, and the accompanied image, contains references to suicide which may be triggering to some readers
LVMH

LVMH to ensure “a responsible supply” of crocodile skins

LVMH has announced that it would boost measures to make sure a “responsible supply” of crocodile skins is distributed.
Folli Follie

Folli Follie board approves restructure plan to save it from collapse

Folli Follie has announced its board has approved a revised restructure plan urged by a group of bondholders to save the company.
Canada Goose

Canada Goose revenue surges 50.2%

Canada Goose has revealed its total revenue has climbed by 50.2 per cent for the third quarter ending on December 31.
Pandora

Pandora appoints Alexander Lacik as new CEO

Pandora has appointed Alexander Lacik as its new chief executive, and will oversee a plan to revitalise the company.
Gucci Kering

Gucci Q4 sales lift Kering & defy China fears

Kering has joined its competitors in sustaining demand in China, as Italian label Gucci's drive slowed down in the fourth quarter but sales managed to surpass other fashion retailers.
Abbott Lyon

5 Minutes With Jezz Skelton, Founder, Abbott Lyon

Abbott Lyon isn’t his first business venture and probably won’t be his last. Retail Gazette catches up with Jezz to learn more.
Kate Spade Tapestry

Tapestry shares tumble as Kate Spade continues to drag overall results

Tapestry, the parent company of retailers Coach and Kate Spade, has reported an 18 per cent drop in its shares.

Gucci apologises & removes £688 blackface jumper

Gucci has been embroiled in a racism row after consumers complained that a jumper resembled "blackface".
Farfetch Holli Rogers

Farfetch appoints Browns CEO Holli Rogers as first-ever chief fashion officer

Farfetch has appointed Browns chief executive Holli Rogers to the role of chief fashion officer.

Feature Resource

The retailer buyer’s guide to managing product information

You come to the realization that there is a lot of duplicate work going on across your company. Manufacturing, sales, marketing and e-commerce are...