Salvatore Ferragamo is in negotiations with fragrance group Interparfums, which produces perfumes for brands including Coach and Jimmy Choo, about a licensing deal for the development of its own fragrances.
DIY dress-making, live-streamed cookery and yoga sessions, competitions: many ready-to-wear labels and retailers are featuring daily activities on their social media channels to amuse their fans and stay connected.
In the battle to become the top mass-appeal online fashion retailer, attracting premium brands is key and Zalando has added over 15 names such as Victoria Beckham, Philip Lim, Versace Jeans Couture and MM6 to its offer.
For its second summer edition at the Carreau du Temple in Paris, Première Vision’s trade show dedicated to materials for luxury brands’ pre-collections attracted 1,311 visitors, a 3.5 percent increase from last season.
U.S. luxury brand Kate Spade has signed a licensing agreement with French perfume group Interparfums. Together, the businesses will create perfumes for the global market, commencing autumn/winter 2020/2021.
Inter Parfums on Monday reported its updated 2019 guidance, forecasting sales to grow by 6% next year to reach $705 million, as the New York company expects to reap the benefits of new fragrance drops.