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Aesop Hanam Starfield - Senior Retail Consultant
Permanent · Hanam-si
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Lotte Dongtan - Senior Retail Consultant
Permanent · HWASEONG-SI
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Assistant Manager | Busan Centum City Store
Permanent · Busan
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Assistant Manager | Hanam Starfield Mall
Permanent · Hanam-si
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Educator(Part-Time) | Busan Lotte Seomyeon Store
Permanent · Busan
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Educator(Full-Time) | Busan Lotte Seomyeon Store
Permanent · Busan
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Educator(Full-Time) | Busan Centum City Store
Permanent · Busan
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Key Leader(Junior Level) | Busan Shinsegae Centum City Store
Permanent · Busan
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Key Leader(Junior Level) | Busan Seomyeon Store
Permanent · Busan
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Key Leader(Junior Level) | Daejeon Ssg Dept. Store
Permanent · Daejeon
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Educator(Part-Time) | Pangyo Hyundai Department
Permanent · Seongnam-si
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Key Leader | Pangyo Hyundai Department
Permanent · Seongnam-si
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Educator | Pangyo Hyundai Department
Permanent · Seongnam-si
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Educator(Part-Time) | Busan Store
Permanent · Busan
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Educator | 강남 신세계 백화점 스토어(파트타임)
Permanent · Seoul
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Educator | 강남 신세계 백화점 스토어
Permanent · Seoul
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Educator(Full-Time) | 명동 롯데 본점 스토어
Permanent · Seoul
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Key Leader | Hanam Starfield Mall
Permanent · Hanam-si
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Key Leader | Trade Center Hyundai Department
Permanent · Seoul
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Educator(Part-Time) | Trade Center Hyundai Department
Permanent · Seoul
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Educator(Part-Time) | 명동 롯데 본점 스토어
Permanent · Seoul
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Educator | Fulltime | 잠실 롯데월드몰 스토어
Permanent · Seoul

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Eurozone retail sales drop more than expected in June as prices rise

Eurozone retail sales drop more than expected in June as prices rise

Euro zone retail sales plunged more than expected in June as prices at factory gates continued to rise, data showed Wednesday, signalling a weakness in consumer demand that could herald a recession in H2.
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Sales and profit boom at Hermès in H1, China bounces back at end of period

Sales and profit boom at Hermès in H1, China bounces back at end of period

​Hermès saw a sales boom in Q2 as — like its luxury peers — it enjoyed strong growth in Europe and the US with China also recovering during June towards the end of the quarter.
Luxury
Why Tom of Finland is a fashion phenomenon

Why Tom of Finland is a fashion phenomenon

Since 2014, more than 30 brands have linked themselves with the brand's homoerotic imagery. Fashion Network sat down with Joakim Andreasson, Tom of Finland's license director, to discuss them.
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Live Shopping: Shopify turns to Youtube Shopping

Live Shopping: Shopify turns to Youtube Shopping

Shopify Inc on Tuesday announced a partnership with YouTube to allow merchants to sell through the video platform, as it looks to tap into the growing number of content creators launching their own e-commerce stores.
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Design studio TSAU takes up residency at 12 Piccadilly Arcade

Design studio TSAU takes up residency at 12 Piccadilly Arcade

Another month, another new name above the 12 Piccadilly Arcade pop-up store. Design studio TSAU is the latest business to take up the temporary space in an ongoing scheme to give fledgling businesses retail exposure.
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British online fashion marketplace Wolf & Badger lands on Melrose Avenue

British online fashion marketplace Wolf & Badger lands on Melrose Avenue

Founded in 2010 by brothers Henry and George Graham in London, the fashion marketplace dedicated to international, independent and emerging designers has just opened its third store in West Hollywood, Los Angeles. 
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Net-A-Porter launches new curation, campaign as bridge between fashion and homewares

Net-A-Porter launches new curation, campaign as bridge between fashion and homewares

​Homewares may have struggled in recent periods after it boomed during the pandemic, but retailers aren't turning away from it. In fact, many luxe names see it as key to expanding their sales.
Luxury
Champs-Elysées avenue in Paris again the most attractive high street in Europe

Champs-Elysées avenue in Paris again the most attractive high street in Europe

Footfall in the renowned Parisian avenue has doubled compared to last year, according to a Cushman & Wakefield/My Traffic study, a stronger rebound than recorded elsewhere in Europe.
Fashion
Ikea reopens for online fire sale in Russia before market exit

Ikea reopens for online fire sale in Russia before market exit

Ikea will open for business for a final time in Russia on Tuesday, with customers permitted to buy goods in an online-only fire sale before it winds down its operations in a market to which it hopes one day to return.
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Snowleader signs license deal to design, distribute Eider in Europe

Snowleader signs license deal to design, distribute Eider in Europe

By signing a license agreement with K2 to design and distribute in Europe mountaineering brand Eider, French outdoor apparel and equipment e-tailer Snowleader has entered a new development phase.
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Loro Piana names Knit Design Award winners

Loro Piana names Knit Design Award winners

​Loro Piana has announced the winners of the sixth edition of its international Knit Design Award competition. The winners were students Po-Chieh Chiu and Shanon Poupard from the Institut Français de la Mode, Paris.
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Supernaturae opens Piccadilly pop-up under 12/12 initiative

Supernaturae opens Piccadilly pop-up under 12/12 initiative

​Supernaturae, a nature-based artistry and design brand, has become the latest business to occupy 12 Piccadilly Arcade, Westminster Council’s programme to give start-ups a brief showcase under its 12/12 pop-up scheme.
Fashion
Ikea says it will scale down its business in Russia

Ikea says it will scale down its business in Russia

Swedish furniture company Ikea on Wednesday said it had made the "difficult decision" to scale down its business in Russia, pointing to a significant deterioration in supply chains around the world.
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Loewe mixes wickerwork, craftsmanship and regeneration to create a unique project presented at Salone del Mobile

Loewe mixes wickerwork, craftsmanship and regeneration to create a unique project presented at Salone del Mobile

For its sixth participation in Milan Design Week, the Spanish brand presented one of the most interesting projects of the week that featured basketry and highlighted craftsmanship and regeneration.
Fashion
N.Irish businesses urge UK against potentially damaging unilateral plans

N.Irish businesses urge UK against potentially damaging unilateral plans

Northern Irish businesses urged Britain to tackle disruption to post-Brexit trade through negotiations with the European Union rather than pursuing unilateral plans published on Monday.
Fashion
Milan Furniture Fair: Versace keen to grow with home decoration line

Milan Furniture Fair: Versace keen to grow with home decoration line

The label caught the eye at Milano Design Week with an imposing installation, proof of its ambitious plans for the Versace Home line, whose furniture is now manufactured under license by Luxury Living Group.
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