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ESMOD Student Show in Paris, March 23rd 2019


Come and discover ESMOD programs in creation and ISEM in Fashion Business Saturday, March 23 from 14h to 17h00 at ESMOD Paris: 12 rue de la Rochefoucauld - Paris 9th. RDV AT 2 PM FOR THE STUDENT SHOW You will be able to discover the creations of our 2018 students as

UK Fashion, Textile association and BREXIT issue


Once again Brexit negotiators are the stars of the British parliament as the prime minister Theresa May tries to get the green light for her plan. In the event of a no deal, the UK Fashion and Textile Association (UKFT) has looked into the impact of a temporary tariff on 80

Prada shares tumbled down last Monday


Prada shares tumbled down 11% Monday on Hong Kong stock exchange as investors worried about the brand's performance in China. Overall, Prada sales in greater China increased 8% last year but the company experienced a slowdown during the second semester in Hong Kong and Macau. Chinese tourists are reducing their spending because

Daniel Gutting, new CEO of the TriStyle group.


Daniel Gutting has been promoted CEO of the TriStyle group. The 52 year old executive has been a member of the Munich based fashion company since 2016. In his new role he will concentrate on the digital transformation of TriStyle (Peter Hahn, Madeleine, Long Tall Sally). The company (€590 million

Kasey Jarvis, new Chief design officer at Under Armour


Under Armour has appointed Kasey Jarvis as its new chief design officer. The graduate from Brigham Young University has nearly 20 years of experience in apparel, footwear, equipment and automotive design. He has worked for Nike and General Motors and lately was head of design at Black Diamond Equipment, a

William Middleton to write Karl Lagerfeld’ legend Book

Karl Lagerfeld Book - DNMAG-William Middleton

William Middleton, a former Paris bureau journalist of Women's Wear Daily is on the starting block to write Karl Lagerfeld' legend. He has signed a book deal with Harper Collins for a biography to be published in 2021. The late designer will certainly inspire several writers, but William Middleton wants

Yellow Vests -S01E18 Paris Luxury Stores

Yellow vests S01E18 Paris luxury stores Champs Élysées

The Yellow vests fever erupted again, last Saturday on the Champs Elysees, in Paris. It was the 18th week of protests and several luxury stores, symbol of privilege were smashed up. The demonstrations had been shrinking from week-end to week-end, but this last saw a resurgence: The Fouquet's restaurant, Hugo

Prada back in good shape


Prada is turning a corner. The Italian institution reported last week 2018' revenues of €3.14 billion, up 3%. It is the first time that the company has achieved revenue growth in 4 years. Prada is benefiting from its strategic shift 2 years ago to focus on store renovation, new products

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