Founded in 1955, the Chalhoub Group, a major distributor of luxury goods in the Middle East, has made some big changes over the last few years through digital development, innovation and strategic partnerships.
Digital pioneer Michel Campan, who boosted the online potential of brands like Hermès and Lancôme before creating his own agency, offers his vision on digital evolution in a podcast by LuxurynsightXFashionNetwork.
Prada has become the latest big name in luxury fashion to go fur-free with the group’s brands, including Prada itself plus Miu Miu, Church’s and Car Shoe, to stop using fur from its SS20 womenswear collection.
Fully equipped with knitting, weaving, dyeing and finishing machinery, the centre has been created to help mills, brands and retailers throughout Asia create fabrics and garments using Lycra’s textile solutions.
Pure London has teamed up with industry recognised colour authority Pantone Color Institute to give visitors the opportunity to learn more about the overarching theme that links its SS20 colour forecasts: The Sea.
Giorgio Armani has altered the time and location of its signature menswear show on June 17 in the upcoming Milan menswear catwalk season, significantly helping to anchor the final day of Milano Moda Uomo.
Marimekko had good news on Thursday as it reported Q1 net sales that rose 13% and a doubling in comparable operating profit, helped by the timing of Asia Pacific wholesale deliveries and stronger Finnish retail sales.
Retailers are being urged to act fast to respond to growing sentiment that brands should embrace sustainable practices, as 80% of consumers believe retailers are not doing enough to address these issues.