French luxury houses give unsold goods a second chance

Now luxury houses are managing their stocks more carefully, offering deals to staff, making donations and recycling goods.”It’s a subject that has become important today,” said Julie El Ghouzzi, a… Read more

Hundreds of Nike employees march to protest company’s treatment of women

According to multiple local and national reports, the protest took place at Nike’s Beaverton, Oregon headquarters, which involved employees parading signs that said “We believe Mary,” a reference to Mary… Read more

Gildan expands manufacturing capacity in Honduras with new site

The new textile plant in Choloma, where Gildan’s largest manufacturing complex is located, involved an investment of 2.3 million Honduran Lempira (around $98,400) and will create 1,200 jobs.“This is our… Read more

Global luxury brands again chase China’s young, rich and spendthrift

Increasing spend by cash-rich Chinese millennials, largely unhindered by a crackdown on corruption and extravagant spending, is prompting brands to revamp some stores and open new ones in second- and… Read more

Hong Kong Sept retail sales grow at slowest pace in 15 months

Retail sales in September rose 2.4 percent from a year earlier in value terms to HK$36.6 billion ($4.67 billion), marking their 19th month of expansion, but the slowest growth since… Read more

Job cut fears as fashion brands slash orders in Bangladesh with coronavirus

More than 100 Bangladeshi factories have already lost orders, manufacturers said, as retail sales plummeted globally and giants like Zara owner Inditex and H&M temporarily closed stores in Europe –… Read more

Italian & Dutch industries join hands for textile growth

The Dutch association for the Fashion and Textile industries (MODINT), which is leading the Dutch fashion mission, and Sistema Moda Italia (SMI) the Italian association for the fashion and textile… Read more