Trade show Ispo’s organisers have decided that the trajectory of the coronavirus pandemic does not allow for the possibility of a hybrid event in 2021. The Munich-based sports industry fair will take place fully online.
The Spanish company is expanding its offering with the launch of its "Active" capsule collection, featuring accessible pieces designed for yoga and meditation, which aim to inspire the brand's community to get moving.
Non-essential retailers in The Republic of Ireland have been warned against using health regulation loopholes to stay open. The government said it could enforce financial penalties to maintain regulations.
Adidas has teamed up with its long-term collaborator Pharrell Williams to launch a new football jersey collection with five leading European clubs: Arsenal, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Manchester United, and Real Madrid.
Gap Inc. unveiled at a virtual investor meeting on Thursday that it expects to return to profitable growth next year, with plans to double the sales of its Athleta business to $2 billion over the next few years.
As the world continues to deal with the mega-shock that the pandemic has delivered the fashion sector continues to deliver surprises too with the latest on Thursday being a report that Adidas is planning to sell Reebok.
Gameswear start-up Fulllife has yet to drop a collection, but the company headed by French entrepreneurs Alexandre Malsch, Bruno Maugery, Thomas Chambolle and Philippe Vial has already raised €2.5 million.
Following its major strategy announcement last week, John Lewis is demonstrating its increased online commitment with enhancements to its click & collect service “to make shopping even more convenient for customers”.