Chargeurs Fashion Technologies, the world’s second-largest apparel interlinings manufacturer, has acquired Precision Custom Coatings’ (PCC) interlinings business as a key pillar of its expansion strategy.
A recent study commissioned by AI-driven marketing firm Automat has revealed a beauty industry ripe for the deployment of virtual advisors, with consumers keen for guidance but reluctant to engage with in-store staff.
Europe's top asset management trade body on Thursday added its voice to growing concerns about the impact of new European Union fund disclosure rules, saying they were causing "serious detriment" to retail investors.
Hot weather helped British retail sales growth surge during the first half of this month, adding to signs that consumers are shrugging off a weak start to 2018, according to the CBI. But they weren't buying fashion.
Norwegian retail sales will probably see faster sales growth this year after a pick up in activity following a cold winter, the Enterprise Federation of Norway, also known as Virke, predicted on Wednesday.
French consumers were at their least upbeat in nearly two years this month as concerns over inflation and personal finances weighed, adding to signs of slowing momentum in the euro zone’s second-biggest economy.
Popsugar has been sued by LA-based influencer Nita Batra who claims the fashion and lifestyle site used her proprietary images as part of a "massive infringement" scheme. Batra has sued for over $5 million.
With a new survey showing that the rate of online returns is huge in the UK for the fashion sector, it's interesting that a number of leading fashion retailers are working together to collect sizing data from customers.
British consumers are “serial returners” and that's only adding to the woes on the UK high-street with fashion at the forefront, a new report shows. Nearly half of online fashion orders are sent back.