No Valentine’s Day kisses for PrettyLittleThing. An Instagram promotion posted in February for the Boohoo-owned fast-fashion brand breached advertising codes, with the ASA deeming it unfair and misleading.
China's regulatory crackdown is being waged to build a prosperous market economy and criticism from the United States and the West that it is taking "a backward step" are smears, the Global Times said on Tuesday.
Dior has once again snatched first place in Launchmetrics’ quarterly list of the top power players in luxury fashion, while Gucci has made solid progress in China as the country leads the sector’s post-pandemic recovery.
Get your skates on. As an added consumer incentive to visit London next month, US skate and streetwear brand Vans is launching a two-week (8-24 September) series of free skateboarding events called ‘Skate the Strand’.
Sweden’s Filippa K has launched its AW21 collection with a new campaign featuring London-born Kai Isaiah Jamal, a poet, writer, trans-visibility activist, and model who wears both the women’s and men’s pieces.
Boots No7, the skincare and make-up brand owned by the UK’s largest beauty retailer, is calling for a more robust approach to diversity in beauty ads saying that non-white skin tones remain under-represented.
Burberry has unveiled the next chapter of its TB Summer Monogram campaign “in a story of limitless adventure” with landscapes “celebrated and transformed with the colourways of the Thomas Burberry Monogram”.
As part of Nike’s move towards zero emissions and a more eco-friendly approach, the sportswear brand has launched its first ‘Move to Zero’ underwear line with a campaign starring German footballer Leroy Sané.
Engaging concepts to entice shoppers are just as essential at the top end of the market and until International tourists return in numbers, stores are having to be extra creative to attract those extra shoppers.