Supermarket chain Aldi has joined Greenpeace's Detox campaign and has promised to ban all harmful materials from its clothing production.
Several luxury companies have struggled to present positive results, despite the improved economic situation in Europe and the United States. Asia is apparently the biggest problem area, financially.
The euro's weak exchange rate will have its impact on clothing in the next few months: the majority of clothes is imported into Europe and will now become more expensive.
American online retailer Amazon is rumoured to be in (early) talks to acquire the luxury retailer Net-a-Porter. It would be Amazon's largest ever purchase.
Metal bands and their die-hard fans are not happy with H&M's newest project: the Swedish fashion chain launched a collection of T-shirts based on fictional metal bands. A huge social...
Turnover and profit for Swedish fashion group Hennes & Mauritz - which owns brands like H&M, COS and & Other Stories - has grown considerably in its previous quarter.
Dutch Macintosh Retail Group has been through a annus horribilis: its 2014 turnover may have grown, but its losses grew even more rapidly - now surpassing the 100 million euro...
German clothing group Tom Tailor is to expand its management, so that every individual brand will get a larger team within the company's upper echelon.
Spanish textile company Inditex has seen its net turnover grow 8 % in its most recent fiscal year, which ended on 31 January 2015. Several hundred new stores were key...
Belgian lingerie manufacturer Van de Velde has settled out of court in the court case surrounding its American lingerie subsidiary, Intimacy.
British fashion web shop Asos has managed growth outside of Great Britain: group turnover grew 16.5 % in the second quarter. An afwul previous year now only seems a dark...
German fashion group Hugo Boss's fourth quarter turnover grew 5 % to 684 million euro. All in all, it managed a record turnover in its previous fiscal year, thanks to...