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  • Sportswear giant Nike is all set to give its patrons in China a wholesome retail experience with the introduction of Nike Rise: a first-of-its-kind concept store by the brand, launching in Guangzhou, China.Image Courtesy: news.nike.comAs the brand focuses efforts on digital transformation, Nike Rise joins the league of other concept stores including Nike Live in Tokyo, Japan and House of Innovation in New York City.The store will create a personalised shopping journey that connects the shopper w
  • Despite the lockdowns being lifted, the threat of the pandemic has not lessened and neither has the rate at which brands are going bankrupt.Ascena Retail Group, the owner of Ann Taylor among other mall brands, is preparing to declare bankruptcy along with the closure of at least 1,200 stores permanently.As early as next week, the Group could be looking at filing for protection under Chapter 11, in an attempt to unload US $ 700 million of a total US $ 1.1 billion in debt.Out of a total fleet of a
  • NEW YORK - PVH Corp, which owns brands including Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, outlined its ambition to help shape the 'new normal' post-pandemic as it published its annual Corporate Responsibility (CR) report.The company's 2019 report, the first published since the launch of its 'Forward Fashion' strategy, continues its commitment to greater accountability and transparency.For the first time, the report directly compares workers’ average hourly wages in PVH supplier facto
  • Hi-Tec Sports International Holdings, a subsidiary ofApex Global Brands, is all set to unveil a new patent pending Venture Series of performance apparel, in collaboration with Tharanco Lifestyles. The initial range of high-quality products featuring built-in face masks will soon be available for buyers on hi-tec.com and will roll out nationally this fall.Pic: GlobeNewswireApex Global Brands is a global brand management and licensing organisation that markets a portfolio of high-equity lifestyle
  • Flipkart Group, one of India's leading digital commerce entities, and Arvind Fashions Ltd (AFL), a leading casual and denim player, have strengthened their partnership through an investment of ₹260 crore by the Flipkart Group to purchase a significant minority stake in AFL's recently formed subsidiary Arvind Youth Brands which owns the Flying Machine brand.Pic: Arvind Fashions Ltd/Flying MachineThe investment builds on the long-standing engagement between the two organisations that have
  • Jordache, an American clothing company, has selected BeProduct – a cloud-based digital product platform to enhance the collaboration for in-house product creation.Image Courtesy: www.euphoriazine.comThe company has also planned on extending the reach of the platform throughout its global supply chain as soon as the operations are resumed.The platform was chosen for its cloud-based architecture and for its features that help through the entire design and development process of a product.The compa
  • Woes continue for British online fashion label Boohoo!Image Courtesy: theguardian.comRenowned fashion brand Next has removed Boohoo products from its website after the recent allegations of workers being denied rights at a factory in Leicester that supplies for Boohoo.Immediately after Next pulled out Boohoo products, Asos and Zalando also did the same yesterday evening (Tuesday). Meanwhile, Asos refused to comment anything further.The aforementioned retailers have temporarily halted the sale of
  • NEW YORK – The Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Make Fashion Circular initiative has welcomed six new recruits: Fast Retailing, Guess, Lee, Nordstrom, Wrangler and Vestiaire Collective.The initiative was launched back in 2017 and has set out to influence fashion industry stakeholders in best addressing sustainability within their supply chains. Just one venture launched by the initiative’s organisers is the Jeans Redesign project which, based on the principles of the circular economy, aims to ensure
  • AOSTA – Outdoor apparel brand Napapijri has been awarded Cradle to Cradle Certified gold level certification for its series of circular jackets.The lifecycle of these garments has been lauded as exemplary by the Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute, with the product boasting a mono-material composition that is 100 recyclable and can be fed back into a take-back programme headed up by Napapijri.“Now, more than ever, we are aware of the pressing issues we are collectively asked to addres
  • Napapijri, an Italian premium casualwear brand owned by VF Corp, has been acknowledged with Cradle to Cradle Gold level certification for its circular series of recyclable jackets.Image Courtesy: fashionunited.inIt couldn’t have got better than this for Napapijri as this certification is globally the most advanced standard for safe, circular and responsible materials and products.Napapijri series jackets developed and tested over a span of 3 years are fully circular and 100 per cent recyclable d
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