A deal has been struck to sell Bally and while we don’t know how much the deal’s worth, we do know that the Swiss brand will be controlled by one of the world’s biggest textile names, Shandong Ruyi Investment Holding.
Luxury brand Jimmy Choo and streetwear label Off-White will celebrate the launch of their collaboration on February 21, with the opening of a pop-up at the Galeries Lafayette flagship on Paris' Boulevard Haussmann.
Fresh off the heels of his Superbowl halftime show performance, Justin Timberlake is opening a multi-brand pop-up shop in NY this weekend. Product will include collaborations with Levi's, Warby Parker and Jordan Brand.
Danish label Amazing Jewelry will be entering the Dutch market. The retailer will be opening its first store in Utrecht at Hoog Catharijne Mall next month and additional shops are also planned to open later this year.
Sales of ‘traditional’ jewellery have doubled at general merchandise retailer Argos in the past two months with the company citing Britons binge-watching hit Netflix show The Crown as being behind the surge.
McDonald's has created an outrageous diamond and sapphire-studded Big Mac ring worth $12,500 in a Valentine's Day stunt that encourages true Big Mac lovers to pledge their commitment by putting a ring on it.
Net-a-Porter has announced a series of changes to its buying team, including the appointment of Nayla Touma, previously DMM for footwear at Bergdorf Goodman, as buying director for shoes, handbags and accessories.
Jimmy Choo has the potential to be a $1bn dollar brand and the success of its integration into the Michael Kors group has made its new owner hungry for more acquisitions and happy to accelerate its accessories expansion.
For the first time, the international competition for young designers has allowed anybody to apply through its website. The Woolmark Company is also launching a new prize for students in a partnership with Adidas.
Israel’s diamond exchange is turning to digital currencies to inject new life into a marketplace long ruled by cash and backroom handshakes, but it must first persuade conservative players that the technology works.
Hudson’s Bay Co plans to reject Austrian property and retail group Signa Holding GmbH’s 3 billion euro bid ($3.7 billion) for Kaufhof, Germany’s largest retail chain, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.