Nike Inc topped first-quarter profit on Tuesday, but a small rise in gross margins and no change in its 2019 forecast despite the launch of a successful ad campaign was still saw shares down 4% after hours.
There are few more fertile imaginations in European fashion today than Marine Serre. Her clothes are hybrid and experimental; don’t really follow mainstream trends and were shown with zest and novelty Tuesday in Paris.
Tod’s CEO Diego Della Valle unveiled a new chapter in his giant Italian footwear and luxury empire, 'Tod’s Factory', a series of “dialogues with designers,” and the first conversation will be with Alessandro Dell’Acqua.
Simon Porte Jacquemus is without a doubt the most commercially successful young French designer this decade but somehow the local French jury doesn’t ever really give him much credit. Which doesn’t feel right.
Any info about the health of the UK high-street is of interest at the moment so half-year results from Next were closely watched on Tuesday and it seems the firm "over-performed", the news driving its shares up sharply.
Clothing retailer Next reported a 0.5 percent rise in first-half profit and raised its guidance for the full year, saying it did not experience the loss of sales in August or early September it had previously expected.
At a spruced-up pilot store in H&M's home town of Stockholm, the chain founded in 1947 is testing new concepts that mark a break with its past, and partly echo some tactics already deployed by rivals to attract shoppers.
Fashion giant H&M is failing to fulfill a pledge to ensure garment workers who supply its high-street stores are paid a fair “living wage”, forcing many employees to work excessive hours in order to survive, says group.