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  • Making an addition to the list of high fashion labels rethinking the fashion week model in the wake of COVID-19 is Burberry which has announced its own take on the presentations.Image Courtesy: wwd.comForgoing the conventional September runway show, Burberry’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection will be ‘an immersive show experience set in the British Outdoors’.A day before the beginning of the London Fashion Week, i.e., 17 September, the British luxury label will live stream the show for all who woul
  • As masks become the raving new essential in shoppers’ wardrobes, Fast Retailing-owned Uniqlo found itself swamped as consumers queued outside stores and crashed the official website to get their hands on the AIRism masks the day they were launched.Image Courtesy: asia.nikkei.comThe masks, made with breathable fabric used in the brand’s AIRism underwear collections, are being sold in packs of three for 990 yen or roughly US $ 9 with three sizes available.The huge response for the washable AIRism
  • The global trade of true hemp (raw or retted) has shown a considerable growth in 2019. Total trade grew 51.69 per cent from 2017 to 2019, according to data from TexPro. The global trade of true hemp was $17.46 million in 2017, which moved up to $26.49 million in 2019. The total trade of true hemp rose 21.95 per cent in 2019 over the previous year.Pic: ShutterstockFurther, the trade of true hemp is anticipated to grow to $50.03 million in 2022 with a rate of 88.90 per cent from 2019, according to
  • After facing serious troubles last year, Forever 21 is trying to re-enter UK and Europe through an online-only strategy.Image Courtesy: www.huffingtonpost.comThe company has started their e-commerce operation in the regions which will allow the retailer to overcome the current hurdle of social distancing that continues to plague the retail industry.The company has partnered with e-commerce company Global-e, which they had worked with in the past.It will be stocking all the international merchand
  • Puma is one of the biggest sports retailers who have taken the sustainability route by incorporating biodegradable materials into their apparel.Image Courtesy: www.hypebeast.comNamed ‘Design to Fade’, Puma’s latest collection speaks for itself in terms of being environment-friendly.By collaborating with a Dutch project called ‘Living Color’ and Swedish design company ‘Streamateria’, the sportswear brand has mixed both of their respective technologies to create a line of biodegradable clothing.Th
  • ENGLAND - Huge queues of shoppers outside Primark fast fashion stores, as 'non-essential' shops reopened for business in England, and rising retail sales in the US, raise fears that hopes for a post-pandemic reset in the industry may be overly ambitious.Surprise new figures from the US show that retail sales increased a record 17.7 per cent month-on-month in May, though total spending remained below pre-coronavirus levels following the largest monthly drop on record in April.Orsola de Ca
  • In this junction of the COVID-19 pandemic, many well-established realities and practices of the world are changing rapidly. Industries, businesses, social dynamics, the lifestyle are few to name and so the definition of fashion and the fashion industry is also going to see a major change. It seems the dominating concept of ‘Fast Fashion’ is going to be affected by the need for function, protection and serviceability and so the word ‘Functional Fashion’ is to become the next buzz word in the fash
  • None of the fashion brands have been able to escape the wrath of the coronavirus. Zara, known to be one of the fashion stalwarts, too is falling prey to the pandemic.Image Courtesy: archilovers.comAfter posting a disappointing 44 per cent slump in its first quarter turnover earlier this week, the retail group has made yet another startling announcement.Also Read:Inditex reports decline in turnover; plans to invest US $ 3 billion in e-commerce and store expansionsInditex has said it will be closi
  • Sustainable fashion brand Ecoalf is spreading its base in Japan with a flagship store in the popular district of Shibuya in Tokyo.The Spanish brand’s new location will be designed by architect Yohei Sakamaki and will be reminiscent of the brand’s sustainable roots.Natural and recycled materials such as stone, bamboo, sand and wood will be used throughout the property and the second floor of the flagship will be dedicated to educational events and talks.The interiors are rich with the sustainabil
  • Debenhamsrecently announced three more of its branches—at Milton Keynes, Watford and Metrocentre in Gateshead—will not reopen after theUK department storesretailer failed to reach a rent agreement with British real estate investment trust Intu Properties PLC. The three stories join a list of 17 sites already earmarked for closure, taking the total to 20.Pic: Debenhams“Sadly we have been unable to agree terms with the landlord. As a result these stores will not be reopening in line with the rest
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