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UK Fashion, Textile association and BREXIT issue

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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

Yellow Vests -S01E18 Paris Luxury Stores

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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

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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

Stella McCartney just got CO10 leadership award for sustainability

Stella McCartney and Christopher Raeburn CO10-WINNERS

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

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