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Julie de Libran left Sonia Rykiel fashion house

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Amidst rumors of a possible sale, Sonia Rykiel’s creative director Julie de Libran has left the French fashion house. De Libran has been with Sonia Rykiel since 2014. Following her departure, the label’s design team is going to be reorganized. The loss-making company, which is owned by Fung Group’s investment arm

Tom Ford at CFDA to succeed Diane von Furstenberg

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Tom Ford is likely to succeed Diane von Furstenberg at the Council of Fashion Designers of America. Von Furstenberg has been leading the CFDA since 2006, when she succeeded Stan Herman as president. She was named chairman in 2015. Under her leadership, American fashion went through dramatic changes culminating in the

Stella McCartney just got CO10 leadership award for sustainability

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Stella McCartney and Christopher Raeburn are among 10 brands that were given the CO10 leadership award for sustainability. The business network Common Objective applauded those 10 brands for having pioneered best practice in the fashion industry. Christopher Raeburn for example is a purveyor of menswear clothes, made with a remake, reduce, recycle

Olivia Jade : Bad Influence…

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The influencer Olivia Jade was a rising star. The 19 year old student of University of Southern California with millions of followers on YouTube had a cosmetic deal with Sephora and a partnership with Australian fashion brand Princess Poly...until her parents, actress Lori Loughlin and designer Mossimo Gianulli were caught

BREXIT, March 29’s deadline for Britain’s luxury sector

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High-priced freedom. A “no deal” Brexit by March 29 could cause Britain’s luxury sector to lose up to a fifth of its exports, a value of about £6.8 billion. Currently, about 80 percent of Britain’s luxury goods by brands like Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Dunhill, Bentley and Rolls-Royce are exported -

Neiman Marcus in New-York

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First physical store in New York for Neiman Marcus Neiman Marcus intends to build a luxury platform that extends the walls of a retail box. With the opening of its first physical store in New York City, Dallas-based luxury retailer Spanning three levels, the 188,000 sqft location at Manhattan's Hudson Yards

The Philadelphia experiment

The Philadelphia experiment

Philadelphia bans cashless stores Philadelphia has just become the first major city in the US to ban cashless stores. A new law coming into effect in July sets a fine of up to $2,000 for retailers refusing to accept cash as payment. The move, which aims to be more inclusive of

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