Since 1984, SMCP has been spreading Parisian chic across the world with three brands, Sandro, Maje and Claudie Pierlot. The brands are known for on-trend high-quality products with a short and reacti

High potential fashion startups present their work and vision to our expert panel. Together they discuss future orientated visions and possibilities for healthy growth of their dreams and companies.

The UK’s sales season kicked off in lukewarm mode, with footfall in shops down by 5.2 percent year-on-year. Consumers’ income squeeze doesn’t help their already battered confidence

Filled with Fashion Week events around the globe, September sets the tone for the trends of the upcoming season and constitutes a perfect occasion for fashion professionals to get together and networ

During the first six months of the year, cotton prices have nothing but soar reaching a 3-year high in late May, when the cotton pound was priced at over 0.88 dollars, according to data compiled by F

Profitable farms, higher demand from local apparel producers and retailers, higher consumer’s confidence levels and a profitability rebound based on growing margins are the main reasons why woo

FashionUnited has launched the first of its semi-annual list, Global Top 200 Fashion Companies, highlighting the top players in fashion worldwide. The comprehensive ranking includes the biggest 200 f

FashionUnited announced its switch from co.uk to the shorter and sharper .uk domain “FashionUnited.uk” last November. The FashionUnited.uk domain is registered with Nominent, one of the o

In a strongly Europe-dominated session, Manchester-based online fashion retailer Boohoo.com and plus-sized peer N Brown shown contrasting stories on the London stock market Wednesday following tradin

American Eagle Outfitters and Moncler made it to the news on Thursday after both companies saw their respective stocks boosted on better-than-expected quarterly results. Italian apparel stocks fared

US stock markets opened lower on Tuesday despite a strong performance by retailers as investors took profits after the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 reached new closing record highs th

Gap Inc.’s fourth-quarter revenue grew by 3 percent, lifted by improved sales at Old Navy stores that helped offset a drop-off at the company’s namesake brand. Now, Gap Inc (GPS.N) foreca

Shares of Chico's FAS (NYSE:CHS) retreated Wednesday on reports that Sycamore Partners has abandoned its takeover attempt of the women's clothing retailer, reported ‘Investors Business Daily&rs

Asian markets were quite active Wednesday, with Uniqlo-owner Fast Retailing Co Ltd saying it is strengthening oversight of its garment and textile suppliers, after problems with working conditions we

European stocks dropped sharply on Tuesday, weighed by growing concerns over Greece as talks with its euro zone partners broke down on Monday after Athens rejected a proposal to extend its bailout, r

On Wednesday, markets worldwide witnessed a great deal of activity within the apparel and fashion niches, with the likes of Sports Direct, New Look, and Chico's FAS centering all the attention. In t

FashionUnited, the leading international B2B platform for the fashion industry, is celebrating the redesign of FashionUnited.com and the stepping up of all US activities with a billboard ad at no oth

Zara Australia has got everyone talking, from happy shoppers to not that happy peers, as the Inditex flagship brand has assured it would not raise prices to counter the impact of the weaker national

Tuesday witnessed another myriad of quarterly and Christmas trading updates, with the likes of Asos and Debenhams leading the pack. Record sales in the week before Christmas helped Debenhams avoid an

FashionUnited is proud to announce that its fashion career center is now accessible in more than 25 countries worldwide making it available to 75 percent of the global fashion industry. The leading

Tuesday left markets around the world waiting for some light upon macroeconomic hints on a real recovery.While Ebola's shadow is still overflying main markets in Europe and the US, Japan and China ar

That of Thursday's was an eclectic session, with a new spell of corporate news affecting trading in main international markets and the shadows over the eurozone´s recovery overflying prima

Wednesday's session came loaded with corporate news. While at the trading floor H&M was one of the main actors,throwing some light at a gloomy prospect with all major luxury fashion stocks still

In a session heavily weighted by the Ebola spreading threat, shares in Asos,which have slumped from over 70 pounds in February following a string of profit warnings, recovered 304 pence to 2,227 penc

Sales on the high street fell for the first time in seven months in Septemberas the warm weather held back demand for autumn and winter clothing. Sales dropped by 2.9 percent year-on-year while like-

On Thursday, an extraordinary amount of shares from Lululemon, Aeropostale and Ascenachanged hands. Main investors were either companies´executives or current investors.Ascena Retail Group (NAS

Main European indexes closed into the red Thursday as European Central Bank president Mario Draghi gave furtherdetails of an asset backed recovery programme announced last month.In London, the FTSE 1

In Europe, all sights were on the development of the Scottish referendum, which already took its toll on internationalcurrency exchange (forex trading), therefore affecting major companies operating

Britain's top share index fell on Tuesday, with financial stocks under performing as investorsshowed reluctance to buy up new positions before Scotland's independence vote on Thursday. The blue-chip

Shares of Hanesbrands, Inc. (HBI) reached a new 52-week high of 107.87 dollars on Sep 5 after the company raisedits fiscal guidance following the completion of the DBApparel (DBA) takeover.As analyst