SEMrush data shows robust search traffic for non-traditional retailers.
A “coalition” of companies will start producing masks on Monday and expect to reach an output of 10 million masks per week in a month.
The designer took a full page on more than 60 Italian dailies on Saturday emphasizing the work done by the category fighting the coronavirus.
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Both indie and established brands are making donations to fight the virus’ spread.
The designer and his team expect to make 1,000 masks for hospital workers in the next few days.
White and Confartigianato are also supporting a new association of small and medium-sized Italian companies in the coronavirus crisis.
A first look at the G. Sport collection, out on March 22.
India's malls have been ordered to close as the country battles the coronavirus.
As recently as January, the lingerie start-up was in expansion mode. But the company said as a small business it's "absolutely feeling the impact of COVID-19."
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Planned for July 15 to 17, the trade show will take on a more domestic focus compared to CHIC's Shanghai edition.
The festival was scheduled to run from May 12 to 23.
Economic impacts on the hotel industry is already more severe than the 9/11 and 2008 recessions combined, according to the AHLA.
The likes of Blake Lively, Lady Gaga, Ciara, Justin Bieber and more celebrities are making donations to local charities to fight the coronavirus.
Capri Holdings Limited and Valentino have confirmed store closures as of this week in efforts to stop the coronavirus pandemic. Capri has closed all directly operated North American stores as of Wednesday, and its European outposts as of today. The luxury brand said they will remain closed through April 10, and that all store employees will be paid through that period. The luxury group’s brands — Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo — will continue to run their e-commerce operations. “We are facing an unprecedented global pandemic,” said John Idol, chairman and chief executive officer of Capri. “Our first priority is to help protect our employees, consumers, partners and communities and to ensure we are doing our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19. I am proud of our team and our partners as they support each other and their communities during this time of uncertainty.” Valentino, too, has temporarily closed all North American stores. Earlier this week, a spokesperson for the brand confirmed to WWD parameters that would go into effect in the event of such closures: “Given the current global health crisis, Valentino has decided to close all North American stores (as of Wednesday, March 18) to ensure the safety of
“We know that many individuals and families across the United Kingdom, and around the world, are entering a period of great concern and uncertainty.”
The Italian entrepreneur sent a letter offering a ray of hope as the coronavirus outbreak continues.