Mango is creating clothes for the new environment we live in and has launched a campaign and collection called Urban Essentials featuring “less formal and versatile garments with a twist that suit various occasions”.
UK retail took a big hit on Friday with negative news that consumer confidence plummeted in October with GfK’s index delivering worsening figures ahead of what could be a dismal Christmas selling period.
With the global market for gum expected to grow to almost US$39 billion by 2027, people are already coming up with original ways of dealing with its waste, starting with making everyday products from recycled gum.
As the world continues to deal with the mega-shock that the pandemic has delivered the fashion sector continues to deliver surprises too with the latest on Thursday being a report that Adidas is planning to sell Reebok.
The company wants to delay its rescue plan to save parts of the UK business. It's expected to apply for a 10-day extension of creditor protection as lockdowns in Wales, where it has its HQ, are hampering negotiations.
The Brazilian footwear group has appointed Frederic Levy as president of newly created Havaianas International. He will be in charge of all markets outside Brazil, with the mission of driving the group’s global growth.
The California-based sustainable footwear brand is launching its debut apparel line and pushing forward with its international expansion efforts, which include the opening of a pop-up in Merci, Paris, in November.
Philip Day, the retail billionaire behind Edinburgh Woollen Mill, could be preparing to buy back the budget fashion chain Peacocks after an administration filing, while exiting the rest of the business.
Australian mining billionaire Andrew Forrest said his private company bought bootmaker R.M. Williams from French fashion giant LVMH, returning ownership of the famed fashion label to its home country after six years.