Frosty, the UK business that provides creative direction, brand design, marketing strategy, and campaigns for clients including Calvin Klein, Hunter, and Everlane, has been acquired by Canadian holding company Tiny.
The ethical fashion retailer has announced that the Net-a-Porter founder has joined its board of directors, while Nike vet Sophie Bambuck has been appointed as the company’s first chief marketing officer.
The group's closings will last until at least March 28, and will include the complete portfolio of the company's global brands, including its Anthropologie, Bhldn, Free People, Terrain, Urban Outfitters and Nuuly brands.
The trade show announced on Monday that it has pushed back the date of its May 2019 event to coincide with Miami Fashion Week and will also be adding a range of new sections to the show floor for its second edition.
The average American throws away 600 pieces of clothing in their lifetime, according to a new survey conducted by Trunk Club, and many of these clothes are discarded due to problems caused by improper care.