E-tailer Italist's Italy-born chief executive officer, Diego Abba, works with more than 200 Italian boutiques to offer discounts on luxury ready-to-wear and accessories.
After almost 100 years of making clothing for workers laboring at the country’s grimy jobs, Dickies has become fashionable. Riding on this prominence, the workwear brand recently unveiled its first global marketing campaign.
As digital commerce becomes more crucial to retailers, companies offering an edge in the digital competition for consumer attention and wallets are reporting growth.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit every business that relies on in-person events, but direct-to-consumer retailer Cabi found that it was in a good position to react to that reality.
Steve Lamar, the president and chief executive officer of the trade group American Apparel & Footwear Association, testified Sept. 17 on steps American fashion-and-apparel companies can take to stop forced labor in China’s Xinjiang province.
Surf Expo was the latest trade show to produce a virtual event due to the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns.
Making Digital MAGIC
Launching Sept. 1, Informa Markets Fashion allowed the show to go on with its digital trade event that saw its MAGIC anchor and sibling shows run online through the NuOrder platform.
Fashion Week San Diego has been keeping its vow to produce showcases for San Diego designers.
Ashton Hirota has gained notice as a designer for his Los Angeles-headquartered brand Ashton Michael and as a semi-finalist for the fashion reality competition show “Next in Fashion.”
The effects from the COVID-19 recession are still shaking out, but there’s wide agreement that fashion is going to go through big changes.