Zara has launched a new project titled ‘Wear Your Photo’, inviting customers to submit an image and compete for the chance of having their material printed on Zara t-shirts as part of a limited edition collection.
An official partner to the festival, the auto maker will use the occasion to stage one of its “Grow up.” events. The 2nd edition of the former trade show, now B&&B by Zalando, takes place September 1-3 in Berlin.
La Moda Italiana has sued Versace USA and Gianni Versace, S.p.A. in the New York federal court as a preemptive lawsuit, in a long term trademark battle between the companies and the Versace 1969 label.
Burberry is to stage a major photography retrospective timed to open during next month’s London Fashion Week. And, not surprisingly for a brand whose cologne is called Brit, the show is on British life and character.
Hudson’s Bay Co, owner of the Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor retail chains, plans to review its options including going private following pressure from an activist shareholder, people familiar with the matter said.
U.S. teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch Co posted a much smaller than expected quarterly loss on Thursday, helped by robust demand for its Hollister brand, sending the company's shares soaring nearly 20 percent.
American Eagle Outfitters reported a surprise rise in comparable sales for the second straight quarter and posted better-than-expected quarterly sales and profit helped by strong demand for its Aerie line of lingerie.
After closing 19 stores last year, Kohl's has announced plans to open four more small format stores and add a fifth ecommerce fulfillment center in an effort to find relevance in the modern changing retail landscape.
Hudson's Bay will open its first store in the Netherlands on September 5 instead of September 19 as originally planned. The range will be younger and more fashion forward than that of its sister retailer Galeria Kaufhof.