FashionNetwork.com caught up with Tommy Hilfiger pre-show in Shanghai Tuesday morning for his take on conquering the Chinese market; working with Lewis Hamilton; and launching yet another collection: Icons of Tomorrow.
Protesters burned their Nike shoes and investors sold shares after the Nike launched a campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick, the NFL quarterback who sparked a national controversy by kneeling during the national anthem.
M&S is launching its most digital marketing campaign to-date with the Must-Haves campaign designed to be “inspirational” as it supports the retailer’s Clothing & Home offer across online, mobile and in-store.
Harvey Nichols has launched a month-long marketing campaign called Let’s Hear It For The Girls and part of the female-focused approach at its Knightsbridge flagship store and online has been a temporary name change.
Koovs continues to be lossmaking but its losses are reducing as margins improve and its recent funding round has left it confident of future growth in a market where only 1% of sales currently happen online.
Eating, drinking and the movies were the priorities for Britons last month as clothing spend wilted, but the back-to-school season provided some relief. And cautious consumers are unlikely to boost their September spend.