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  • Indochino, the Canada-based made-to-measure apparel manufacturer, has introduced a virtual style consultation service!What’s the service all about? It connects customers to a stylist face-to-face for style advice and that too without having to step out of their house.The stylist of the company assists customers with personalised style recommendations by combining their personal style expertise with website and further adding inspiration from visual aids like Pinterest.The advice is based on the
  • Lindex, a Swedish fashion chain within theFinnish Stockmann Group, is monitoring the present situation and focusing on securing that wages are being paid, and that both suppliers and workers abide by curfew and other restrictions as mandated by their governments. The company is also providing information about hygiene and importance of keeping distance.Pic: Vytautas Kielaitis / Shutterstock.comIn response to Fibre2Fashion's email asking how the company intends to support its suppliers during
  • American men’s apparel company Untuckit has tapped real estate restructuring firm RCS Real Estate Advisors in order to get advise on how to evaluate its stores and leases with landlords amidst the falling economy due to coronavirus pandemic.Image Courtesy: hartfordbusiness.comUntuckit started retailing men’s shirts online in 2011 and opened its first offline store 4 years later and is now present at more than 80 locations throughout the US and Canada.Its physical stores are also present in high-
  • Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, conducts a unique fashion week that is apropos to the current coronavirus crisis. They are trading ramps and catwalks with billboards and designer clothes with face masks.Image Courtesy: welovelithuania.comThe ‘Mask Fashion Week’ has its billboards dotted throughout the city featuring men, women and children sporting masks.Designer Julija Janus created a local Facebook group called ‘Mask Your Fashion’, in order to get people to share their innovative face mask
  • Hugo Boss, a German luxury fashion house, posted 16 per cent decrease in its sales to €555 million in first quarter (Q1) FY20 ended on March 31, 2020 compared to sales of €664 million in same period prior year. Gross profit fell from €424 million in Q1 FY19 to €349 million in the reported quarter. Net income reported a loss to €18 million.Pic: Hugo Boss“The Covid-19 pandemic is an unprecedented exceptional situation for our company too,” Mark Langer, chief executive officer of Hugo Boss, said in
  • Pic: LPP SALPP SA, Polish apparel retailer having Reserved, House, Cropp, Mohito and Sinsay brands in its portfolio, will pay for all the orders that are in the production process in addition to those already produced. The company is cooperating with its suppliers and redistributing its orders in a way that will help them maintain their financial liquidity.In response to Fibre2Fashion's email to LPP asking how the company intends to support its suppliers during the current crisis,LPP sustain
  • This spring speaks loudly about femininity, whether it be a nod towards the urbane woman, who is being catered to with easygoing ensembles and futuristic yet sensual cuts; or the glam girls who prefer decorative laces, sequins and iridescent surface play.Eccentric shapes meet craftsmanship as designers and high fashion labels flaunt exquisite pattern-making skills. A series of artistic draping, twisting, cut-outs, cinching and folding techniques are used to accentuate silhouettes.Floral embroide
  • The initial leg of international fashion showcases this year were overcast by the horrific repercussions of the global coronavirus pandemic which has spiralled out of control, affecting each industry equally.The developments saw an umpteen number of designers and high fashion labels holding their shows via ‘closed doors’, streaming them online live for their audience – which has led us to wonder if digital shows can also be the future of fashion runway presentations.Worth mentioning here is Anna
  • COWES - UK fashion software company Unmade has joined the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's CE100 network of companies which have committed to working towards a circular economy.The London-based company's patented technology enables fashion and sportswear brands to connect demand to production, allowing them to make only the products their consumers want, reducing waste.Unmade is one of eight new global innovators to join the CE100 network which aims to provide a 'pre-competitive space
  • French fashion house Saint Laurent has announced via its social media that it will skip Paris Fashion Week for spring/summer 2021 as its looks to “take control of its pace and reshape its schedule” in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.The statement on Instagram said that it was “conscious of the current circumstance and its waves of radical change,” and as it adapts to life after the Covid-19 pandemic it will not present its collections in any of the pre-set schedules of 2020.Instead, Saint Lau
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