Fashion

  •  

    Temporary shops that are here to stay

    Shops happen. Like viral online ad campaigns, temporary big brand outlets are sneaking up on European streets, filling vacancies opened by the credit crunch and building a buzz that's...

  •  

    Abercrombie lays off workers at headquarters

    Abercrombie & Fitch Co is laying off 170 workers at its Ohio headquarters, a company official said on Friday 1 May, as the clothing retailer seeks to cut costs in a recession.

  •  

    Gabrielle Greiss leaves Rykiel

    The collaboration has been a short one; named director of design for ladies’ off-the-peg fashion at Sonia Rykiel at the end of 2007, Gabrielle Greiss is leaving the company. A mutual...

  •  

    Giacomo Canessa named as president of Ballantyne

    The Canessa brothers have been reunited. Ballantyne, taken over in 2004 by Alfredo Canessa and investment funds group Charme, has entrusted its presidency to Giacomo Canessa; following...

  •  

    Escada will face insolvency if revamp fails

    German fashion house Escada will face insolvency if its plan to raise fresh cash, replace a bond and renegotiate credit lines fails, Chief Executive Bruno Saelzer said on Tuesday 28 April.

  •  

    O’Neill finds new CEO

    After the departure of Andreas Adenauer in December 2008, O’Neill named Tom Heidman as CEO temporarily; a permanent replacement has at last been found in Jan Valdmaa.