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Kering shares hit as revenues at Italian fashion house fall short of expectations
Company is paying more for raw materials and fuel and continues to experience truck driver shortages
Chief of cosmetics group forecasts return of tourism next year but wants to diversify in US and Europe
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World’s biggest luxury group says there are no signs a feared crackdown in China is affecting sales
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Online fashion retailer says costs from Brexit and supply chain problems will hit margins
Post-lockdown revival in ceremonies has coincided with supply chain bottlenecks
Denim jeans maker looks well placed to survive any market wear and tear
Luxury brands are using packages of selected clothes and accessories to shift unsold stock. But can this put a lid on overproduction?
Maker of ‘ethical’ shoes waters down ESG commitments in amended version of prospectus
Homegrown designers flourish abroad but only if they promote themselves
Consumers signal a preference for quality and transparency over the place of production
Opening price more than doubles from last private funding round for 11-year-old company
Net first-half earnings of $1bn were 10 times greater than at closest rival Hasbro
Analysts want action while confidence in management is depleted but activists have no short-term fixes
Covid wary clients prefer safety of their own homes and cheaper prices offered by start-ups
Once distribution costs are factored in, commodity-like, fast-moving consumer goods are not worth selling on subscription, thinks Bernstein
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Pascal Raffy bought out the venerable Swiss brand after being besotted with its watches
Long-suffering shareholders can rest easier with the prospect of a return to the public market
San Francisco-based group targets demand for green fashion brands with ‘sustainable’ listing
Group targets enthusiasts willing to pay a premium — investors must be prepared to do the same