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18 April 2014 |

Roberto Cavalli wants to sell part of his company

According to several sources, Roberto Cavalli is planning to sell a majority stake in his fashion house to British investor Permira, a deal worth 450 million euro.

18 April 2014 |

Kleding.nl wins 'copycat case' against Kleding.com

Dutch fashion webshop kleding.nl has won a 'copycat case' against kleding.com, forcing the latter to shut down. Kleding.com believed a generic term like "kleding" could not be protected, but the judge deemed the name of the site to generate confusion amongst customers.

18 April 2014 |

Axelle Red is JBC's newest guest designer

Belgian singer Axelle Red has created a collection of 20 items for JBC, which the chain has promoted through 'a 360° catwalk'. Axelle Red said she did not hesitate when JBC asked her to design a collection, as that was a moment "she had been waiting for".

17 April 2014 |

Chinese shoe factory workers on strike

More than 30,000 shoe factory workers in China have gone on strike. The workers at Yue Yuen Industrial - who create shoes for Nike, Adidas and Reebok - want a 30 % wage increase.

15 April 2014 |

De Bijenkorf launches digital fitting room

Dutch retailer De Bijenkorf will install a temporary digital fitting room in all of its stores, so that customers can change clothes without having to actually change. The digital fitting room uses Kinect technology, a camera Microsoft developed for its Xbox consoles, which can scan the entire body.

15 April 2014 |

Tesco heads back to the United States

A year after it had fully withdrawn from the United States, British Tesco heads back across the pond. This time around, it will open several F&F clothing stores on the United States East Coast.

14 April 2014 |

Kurt Geiger seeks worldwide expansion

British shoe label Kurt Geiger wants to expand even further, both in United Kingdom and in the rest of the world, after a management buy-out.

14 April 2014 |

Uniqlo expands European reach

Japanese clothing chain Uniqlo has opened its very first German store in Berlin, the next step in its parent company Fast Retailing's European expansion plan.

14 April 2014 |

H&M wants faster inspections in Bangladesh

Swedish fashion retailer H&M has asked to get inspections in Bangladeshi textile factories to go faster. These inspections were promised after the Rana Plaza disaster that left more than 1,000 people dead.

09 April 2014 |

Toms open Amsterdam store

American shoe brand Toms will open an Amsterdam store later this year, which would be built in the Negen Straatjes.

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