Crocs has launched its new concept store in Nice. The main purpose of the new interior is to allow customers to easily navigate inside the store and discover Crocs’ new footwear styles, while also attracting customers less familiar with the brand.
China has succeeded in holding the European Union and its anti-dumping measures liable before the WTO. For now, the status quo seems to have settled, with, the U.S. announcing the introduction of anti-dumping measures being considered.
Christian Louboutin, the French designer whose red soles and teetering high heels make female fashionistas swoon, has taken his shoes to dance at the Crazy Horse, the Paris cabaret that insists its strip show is art.
Collective Brands Inc posted a much narrower-than-expected quarterly loss as same-store sales rose the most in more than two years, sending the footwear retailer's shares up 5 percent in trading after the bell.
Crocs wants to go beyond footwear. The American brand plans to diversify and multiply its licensing agreements with international and regional partners in order to extend its brand to accessories, apparel and eyewear.
Just in time for Fall-Winter 2012/2013, Paul Smith Junior (licensed by the Zannier group) will launch its very first collection of childrens shoes. The collection is inspired by the British brand’s adult line of footwear and its colorful DNA.
The Brandalley management team has undergone a revolution lately, which will surely be revealed to the teams of the e-commerce company this week. Founder Sven Lung, who is still a shareholder, as of a few days ago is no longer chairman of the board of directors or a member thereof.