Founded in Paris in 2013 by Sabrina Marshall and Sofia Bernardin, the high-end second-hand site welcomes Michael Dayan (ex-Showroomprivé), producer Darren Star and entrepreneur Shari Glazer to its capital.
After a first collaboration in 2020, the two brands have teamed up again in a project celebrating New York’s creative spirit, in partnership with Harlem's Fashion Row, an agency promoting black and Latinx designers.
GN3RA, which described itself as “the world’s first fashion metaverse for creators” has announced a link-up with The Royal College of Art (RCA), “the world’s most influential postgraduate institution of art and design”.
The fact that Black Friday weekend was better than predicted means it's easy to overlook exactly how consumers shopped, rather than just how much they spent. But a new report says the period was all about m-commerce.
G-III Apparel Group announced on Wednesday a 6% sales uptick for the third quarter, as higher inventory levels caused logistical challenges within the U.S. company's distribution centers, hindering its bottom line.
Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Fendi, Ami and more. Between installations, special events and store openings, the big luxury names are all present in Florida for the Art Basel Miami Beach and Design Miami fairs.
Luxury accessories brand Mulberry reported its results for the 26 weeks up to 1 October on Wednesday and seemed upbeat, calling the performance “resilient”, despite a small sales dip and a swing to a pre-tax loss.
Pure London has named the keynote speakers for its February edition. The organisers said “retail industry legend” Ed Burstell and winner of All That Glitters, jewellery designer Piers Carpenter, will be the big names.