British retailer Marks & Spencer said on Sunday it was reviewing the future of its French business, with new trade rules in place since Britain left the European Union continuing to impact product availability in stores.
Italy’s biggest make-up supplier Intercos has dusted off plans to list on the Milan stock exchange and is looking to launch its initial public offering in October or November, three sources said on Thursday.
Italy's data protection authority said on Friday it has asked Facebook to provide clarifications over the social media giant's newly launched smart glasses to assess whether the product is compliant with privacy laws.
Rising supply chain costs are pushing fashion brands to hike prices but, according to a new report from GlobalData, significant increases could drive customers away as the critical holiday period approaches.
The five-and-a-half day New York Fashion Week ended on Sunday, a sunny day after a solemn Saturday in remembrance of the 20th anniversary of 9/11. We had a look at three designers – Anna Sui, Thom Browne and Tory Burch.
As trade shows and fashion weeks spring back into their physical forms, the British Fashion Council has announced the revival of London Show Rooms, which returns in a new collaboration with White Milano.
Launchmetrics' data and analysis technology has made its debut in fashion during a runway show hosted by American brand Negris LeBrum, which dedicated a design to the firm in its "The Love Story" collection.
The continuing pandemic, visa rules and vaccinations unapproved by U.S. authorities prevented European editors from attending New York Fashion Week this season. But we caught up with four key designers online.
The New York-based fashion group reported a year-over-year increase of 112.5% in its second-quarter sales on Thursday, growth which allowed the company to make significant progress in reducing its net loss.