French luxury goods group Kering has complied with its tax obligations in Switzerland, it said on Friday, responding to newspaper reports alleging that the company used a Swiss-based scheme to evade taxes on earnings.
Ebay is using AI to help consumers find the same and similar outfits worn by their favourite celebrities. The technology is enabling the platform’s new Shop the Celebrity Look service, launched this week.
Leidsche Rijn Centrum, the new retail district in Utrecht, has announced that it will add five Dutch fashion retailers to its store portfolio, including vanHaren, Zeeman, Casanova Milano, Lotus and Avec Bel'Ghir.
Tiffany & Co missed analysts’ estimates with quarterly same-store sales numbers on Friday and forecast a full-year profit largely below expectations, as the upscale jeweler invests heavily to turn around its business.
Wolford is clearly on the recovery trail but changes in the way department stores display hosiery dented its wholesale turnover in key markets like the US, UK, France and Germany in the first nine months of the year.
It’s been a busy month for the duo behind Chaos, a chaotically named brand that is anything but chaotic – even if the A in their logo is upside down. Opening both a Galeries Lafayette boutique and Paris pop up at Nous.
Mr Porter is further expanding its fine watch department with the addition of a curated selection of seven Cartier Watches. The line-up will launch on 5 April, with further launches planned for later this year.
The designers who made the cut include London-based UK labels "A-Cold-Wall" by Samuel Ross, and Charles Jeffrey's "Charles Jeffrey Loverboy," as well as the US-based brand "Eckhaus Latta" by Zoe Latta and Mike Eckhaus.