Another day, another loungewear launch. This time it’s British heritage brand Hawes & Curtis that has unveiled its first ever luxury loungewear collection “to reflect consumer demand during the pandemic”.
Gucci has hung on to its most-in-demand number one position in the latest Lyst Index while The North Face had the hottest product in Q4, topping both the women’s and men’s list - a first for the index.
For the first time, the Italian designer has presented his couture collection in Milan, channeling the fresh, carefree attitude of young sophisticates with an aesthetic that is both sober and precious.
The offering of 17,994,117 American Depositary Shares (ADSs) represents 17,994,117 ordinary shares, including the full exercise by the underwriters of their option to purchase 2,347,058 additional ADSs.
Furla is reorganizing its management, confiding the role of president to current CEO Alberto Camerlengo, who will be replaced as chief executive by Mauro Sabatini, previously head of leather goods manufacturer Effeuno.
Paris fashion weeks shows often don’t only take place in Paris anymore. Due to the pandemic, entire seasons now take place online, and many “phygital” shows actually take place in other countries, or even continents.
French luxury goods group LVMH reported a 3% drop in comparable sales for the fourth quarter, as a boom in revenues at its big fashion brands like Louis Vuitton offset a weak performance at its duty free shops.
Some consumers are finding it hard to stay at home. It seems footfall across all UK retail destinations rose last week, despite lockdown restrictions and the onset of winter weather in many parts of the country.
Retailers and brands have been including a lot more photos from real people on their social channels and websites in recent periods and it seems that this is a good move as a new study shows that shoppers like this.