The Kering luxury group announced Wednesday evening that Daniel Lee has abruptly quit his position as creative director of Bottega Veneta after just three years at the helm. No successor has been named.
Luxe eyewear giant Safilo saw its business in the US recovering in Q3 and Europe being on the road to recovery, both regions offsetting a weaker Asian market and the loss of some key licences (such as Dior and Fendi).
Fast-growing Gymshark has taken on serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk as an advisor to its board. He’ll add expertise in e-tail, digital marketing, overall business strategy and more with a specific focus on the US.
ASOS’s share price has been falling on slowing growth, a profit warning and its CEO's exit and with a capital markets day hoping to address this on Wednesday, it has been talking up its future growth prospects
A.K.A. Brands, a San Francisco-based company specialized in digital-native fashion brands targeting millennial and Gen-Z consumers, announced on Tuesday a net sales increase of 155 percent for the third quarter.
Marco Bizzarri, who has led Kering's flagship brand since 2015, has taken a stake in the Italian investment firm focused on small and medium-sized companies, and has also become a member of its advisory board.
The online fashion resale platform achieved revenues of $63.3 million in the third quarter of 2021, an increase of 35% when compared to the $46.9 million reported by the company in the same period in the previous year.
The Vaughan, Ontario-based personal care group reported a net loss of $103.1 million, or $2.81 per share, in the third quarter ended September 30, 2021, as goodwill impairment compounded the effect of stumbling sales.
If there was an award for the best-performing retailer throughout the pandemic and beyond, Watches of Switzerland would be at least shortlisted. It has reported yet another "strong performance", this time for H1.
Hotter Shoes has been driving through big changes in recent periods and it seems to be having a positive effect on its bottom line with the firm saying revenue was £50.4 million in the 12 months to the end of October
Premium outlet malls operator VIA Outlets said it has raised €600 million in its inaugural green bond issuance and saw “high demand”. The proceeds will be used to refinance most of its outstanding secured debt.