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Olivier Saillard fêtes the new Weston Vintage project

Olivier Saillard fêtes the new Weston Vintage project

Leave it to Olivier Saillard and J.M. Weston to fête the debut of their new vintage project – a neat example of the circular economy – with a moment of Parisian performance art.
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Burberry to take AW20 show to Shanghai, will add China exclusives

Burberry to take AW20 show to Shanghai, will add China exclusives

Burberry will be taking its autumn/winter 2020 fashion show directly to the market that’s driving luxury growth at present with plans to show in Shanghai, China on April 23.
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Richemont sales rise offsets Q3 Hong Kong weakness, but fashion ops dip

Richemont sales rise offsets Q3 Hong Kong weakness, but fashion ops dip

Swiss luxury group Richemont had good news and bad for its latest quarter as Fashion & Accessories sales fell, but it saw good growth overall in most of its markets for the wider business.
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MFIT to pay tribute to the ballerina’s influence on fashion

MFIT to pay tribute to the ballerina’s influence on fashion

Starting this February, The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (MFIT) will be hosting an exhibition exploring the influence of the centuries-old art form of classical ballet on modern high fashion.
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Who’s Next to promote sustainable fashion and debut new layout at upcoming Paris trade show

Who’s Next to promote sustainable fashion and debut new layout at upcoming Paris trade show

Who’s Next will run from January 17 to 20 at the Porte de Versailles, with the theme 'Mirror Palace', driven by its sustainable space 'Impact', which will return for a second edition. 
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Woolworth's Holdings CEO to exit, replaced by Levi's exec

Woolworth's Holdings CEO to exit, replaced by Levi's exec

Ongoing underperformance at its Australian operations has led to the exit from his group post of Woolworths Holdings’ CEO Ian Moir, the South African company replacing him with an executive from Levi Strauss.
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Fendi does '70s retro futurism with a photochromic twist

Fendi does '70s retro futurism with a photochromic twist

Miami police might be seriously reconsidering their extensive use of facial recognition technology, but here in Milan, Fendi remains very much in love with high tech.
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West End flagship planned for Jaeger as EWM takes on new heritage brands HQ

West End flagship planned for Jaeger as EWM takes on new heritage brands HQ

The turnaround at Jaeger and Austin Reed is continuing with its owner planning to open a new Jaeger flagship store that would also sell Austin Reed, plus heritage brand Viyella.
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New YNAP Middle East CEO will drive "localised experience"

New YNAP Middle East CEO will drive "localised experience"

High-end e-tail giant Yoox Net-A-Porter has named Nisreen Shocair as its CEO, Middle East. She joins with “extensive global retail and e-commerce expertise, holding senior positions in the UAE and New York”.
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Paul Smith sales and profits rise, SS20 season is off to good start

Paul Smith sales and profits rise, SS20 season is off to good start

Orders for Paul Smith's collections are growing season by season with the high-end business seeming to have recovered from its troubles of the last decade, its latest results showed. And the firm is upbeat for SS20.
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Charles Jeffrey Loverboy: a manifesto for nature, Scotland and positive change

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy: a manifesto for nature, Scotland and positive change

The label staged a show that was as theatrical as we’ve come to expect from it on the first day of London Fashion Week Men’s on Saturday with a dual-gender celebration of eco principles, colour and, of course, Scotland.
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Allbirds eyes more UK stores in London and other major cities

Allbirds eyes more UK stores in London and other major cities

American shoe brand Allbirds is planning to open more stores in London and other major UK cities, just a year after launching its first UK outpost in Covent Garden.
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UK, US, and French luxe consumers embrace secondhand - Altiant report

UK, US, and French luxe consumers embrace secondhand - Altiant report

Luxury consumers are embracing the concept of resale and only a tiny 16% feel there’s a stigma in wearing pre-owned items. That’s according to a study conducted among 400 affluent consumers in the UK, US and France.
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LVMH acquires minority stake in Masoni tannery

LVMH acquires minority stake in Masoni tannery

The deal makes provision for the maintenance of all 60 of Masoni's employees, as well as for the possibility of new hires. The company's founder will continue as its leader, as delegated administrator and chairman.
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Harrods upbeat on beauty prospects and China, to open Chinese ultra-luxe standalone in 2020

Harrods upbeat on beauty prospects and China, to open Chinese ultra-luxe standalone in 2020

The boss of Harrods said the retailer is “well placed to take advantage of” the younger shopper who wants “to have really great quality beauty” and is upbeat about the chances for the firm’s new beauty chain.
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Biggest Flannels store opens in Belfast, will be joined by Frasers next year

Biggest Flannels store opens in Belfast, will be joined by Frasers next year

Frasers Group (the former Sports Direct) has opened its biggest Flannels store to date with the new location occupying the top floor of the former House of Fraser branch in Belfast.
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