After recently losing the Mulberry licence, the luxury subsidiary of Japanese fashion group Onward has struck a deal to produce and distribute Elie Saab’s accessories, and is about to launch its own e-shop.
A group of fashion CEOs, retailers and designers, including luminaries like Dries Van Noten, Tory Burch and Craig Green, have called for a major rethink in fashion deliveries and greater sustainability in an open letter.
The collection features a variety of home goods designed and crafted in partnership between Altuzarra and eight Etsy sellers from around the globe, including throw pillows, candlestick holders, pet beds, vases and more.
In a global coronavirus pandemic, delivery drivers like Alvarado have become as essential as first responders. But they typically have little or no job security - or even the basics needed to stay safe on the job.
Sustainability and the customer experience are more and more crucial for the luxury industry, as found in a study by media agency Initiative, which identified six clusters of luxury goods consumers in France.
French entrepreneur Laure Hériard-Dubreuil, founder of retailer The Webster, talked to FashionNetwork.com about The Webster’s success and new plans, following the opening of its seventh US store, in Los Angeles.