Luxury lingerie brand La Perla is known for the quality of its artisanal craftsmanship. For its 65th anniversary collection of lingerie and ready-to-wear, it has chosen to highlight one of its specialties: macramé.
Carla Sozzani, noted retailer, gatekeeper to the Azzedine Alaïa archives and all-round fashion legend, has a new project. The Italian lady opened her own Fondazione Sozzani Monday night in an unexpected neighbourhood.
Fourteen of the most renowned French lingerie brands, a programme of talks, and a display of antique lingerie pieces will be featured in a special event taking place in Central London on 18-20 October.
The global sourcing show for intimates, swimwear and athleisure is coming to the Javits Center for a two-day workshop from October 16 through 17, featuring an itinerary dedicated to sustainability and tech innovations.
Time to accelerate for Jolies Culottes: only a year and a half after its launch, the online-only French women’s underwear label is riding its value-for-money reputation and recently raised funds to boost its growth.
Zalando has announced the appointment of Barbara Daliri-Freyduni as Senior Vice President, Demand, while Ralf Herbrich is set to join the German retailer as SVP Data Science and Machine Learning in 2020.
Discussions on permitting the suspension of 126 job cuts, announced in summer, at the luxury lingerie manufacturer La Perla are ongoing, the Italian Ministry of Economic Development announced on Tuesday.
UK-based lingerie label Bluebella has launched with Victoria’s Secret with the label now available at select Victoria's Secret stores in the US and on its webstore. It will launch at some of the UK stores on October 11.
The label has unveiled a new 'VIP Box'. The purchase of each kit will see donations made to the Clara Lionel Foundation, a non-profit founded by Rihanna, to help fund research and support for breast cancer survivors.
At an investor day in London on Tuesday, M&S management owned up to something the retail sector had probably assumed for some time – that its turnaround program for its troubled fashion ops is way behind schedule.
The American subsidiary of the Japanese lingerie company has announced that it has named Mitch Kauffman as its new president and CEO, roles in which he will succeed Bob Vitale, who is leaving the group after 22 years.