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AFC leading scheme to create ‘clothing circularity’ in Australia

“We have long needed an industry-led solution that actively involves all key stakeholders [and] defines their responsibi...

Not so fast! Supply bottlenecks strain fashion chains

Shares in Asos fell 16 per cent on Monday after it warned annual profit could fall by more than 40 per cent this year.

Embroidery, upcycling and scent making: Uniqlo amps up entertainment

Yuki Yamada, CEO of Uniqlo Singapore and Malaysia, shares how the brand is using engaging and entertaining workshops to ...

Bianca Spender, KitX among brands pledging to employ Afghan refugees

Major fashion brands put pressure on government to allow more refugees to enter Australia, and have committed to support...

How Jeanswest went from VA to Clothing Store of the Year in 12 months

Managing director of denim retailer Jeanswest shares plans for new store locations, e-commerce growth and sustainable ra...

What fashion can do for Ferrari

Brands extend into new categories to tap into new markets and a wider consumer base, but category extension does come wi...

How Nookie designer Nikita Sernack got her start in fashion

Nookie designer Nikita Sernack shares the core business objectives for new brand Rumer and why she resisted the pressure...

Valentino decision to ditch fur “encouraging” but more transparency needed

Valentino is the latest luxury fashion brand to scrap the use of fur in its collections, but animal welfare organisation...

“Impossible to ignore”: Witchery MD’s plans to capitalise on digital growth

Witchery MD Simon Schofield discusses the new bricks-and-mortar experience and the brand’s revitalised product range.

A small step for China, a giant leap for cruelty-free

China’s decision to end mandatory animal testing is one of the many ways the cruelty-free movement is progressing global...

Inside Scotch & Soda’s plans for world domination

The Dutch fashion retailer unveils new brand identity with plans for stores across Asia Pacific.

New Fashion Hub prepares young talent for world domination

Melbourne Fashion Hub founder Julia Browne has big plans to shake up the local industry and advance Australia’s reputati...

Fashion giants lag behind on green targets – report

The Business of Fashion, an online publication about the fashion industry, analysed in its report publicly disclosed inf...

‘It’s about how it makes you feel’: One Teaspoon CEO talks ‘new direction’

One Teaspoon CEO Liz Roberts shares how the brand is focusing on building confidence in its customer base to thrive in t...

Why this JD.com exec still believes in physical retail

JD.com is the one of the six biggest e-commerce players in the world, but this exec still believes in physical retail.

Welcome to the tree-free future of fashion

An Australian company has caught the attention of major clothing brands with the creation of an environmentally friendly...

Startup roundup: Sustainable clothing designed by women, for women

Here are three eco-friendly startups that have recently introduced new designs to the sustainable fashion scene.

From the source: Maggie Marilyn

Find out why Michelle Obama and Meghan Markle love this New Zealand womenswear brand so much.

How Blue Illusion is reimagining the old-school conference

Thanks to Covid, businesses are now finding new opportunities to connect with staff virtually - and reaping the benefits...

Q&A: Inside the life of a personal shopper

We chat with The Quarterly Edit about what it takes to successfully style clients and offer them fashion advice.