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Analysis: How five luxury brands won digital fashion week

Analysis: How five luxury brands won digital fashion week

A year into the Covid-19 pandemic, there’s no question the global crisis has disrupted just about everything in the fashion world, from how we dress,...
Modibodi introduces paid menstrual leave
Q&A: Why I swapped aeronautics for activewear
Full House: GRBA unveils new homewares brand
Retail appointments of the week

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Modibodi introduces paid menstrual leave

Modibodi has introduced additional paid leave entitlements for employees around menstruation, menopause or miscarriage.

Why being a good leader is all about putting people first

Prioritising the needs and wellbeing of your people can have a remarkable impact on the organisation and your bottom lin...

Retail appointments of the week

Vans co-founder dies; The Daily Edited co-founder Alyce Tran exits business; Estée Lauder appoints former Biden staffer ...

The playbook on how to successfully build loyalty through membership

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit the leisure industry hard, but the recovery presents a once-in-a-lifetime chance for leisu...

Six years after leaving fashion, Aussie designer Jayson Brunsdon returns

The designer who once showed at NYFW is back on shelves with a new collection launching at Harris Scarfe.

Full House: GRBA unveils new homewares brand

Over 50 House - Bed & Bath stores will open nationally as GRBA seeks to capitalise on closed borders.

Q&A: Why I swapped aeronautics for activewear

We chat with a former Air NZ aeronautical designer about how he entered the retail industry, what he loves about the job...

Analysis: How five luxury brands won digital fashion week

It’s been a year of retailers around the globe experimenting with virtual events, with some mixed results. Here are the ...
Streetwear store Culture Kings makes New Zealand Debut

Streetwear store Culture Kings makes New Zealand debut

Opening this July, the store will feature over 100 street, sport, and fashion brands from around the globe like Carre, A...

Why sales of fine jewellery during Covid defied expectations

People bought timeless gifts like fine jewellery during Covid to express their appreciation for loved ones.

Maison de Sabré unveils global expansion plans

The Australian accessories brand has just opened its first store in Sydney and says more are in the works.

Simon, Authentic Brands snap up adventure wear company Eddie Bauer

The brand will join Forever 21, Aeropostale, Nautica, Lucky Brand and Brooks Brothers in a rapidly expanding retail grou...

Retail NZ welcomes govt move to regulate merchant fees

“For far too long New Zealanders have been paying high merchant fees and it is fantastic news that the government is fin...

Would you get married in a department store? Selfridges says ‘I do’

The UK retailer has acquired a licence to host weddings in its London store. But is it a smart move, or just a gimmick?

Mattel turning old Barbies, Matchbox cars and Mega Bloks into new toys

"Mattel's Playback program is a great step," said Jim Silver, CEO of TTPM, a toy industry research firm.

Victoria’s Secret, Bath & Body Works to be split into separate companies

“The divorce gives Victoria’s Secret no place to hide," says analyst.

Aje marks the return of live runway shows in Sydney

Aje co-founder and CEO Adrian Norris shares learnings from the past year and plans for growing the business at home and ...

Havaianas to auction off NFTs as brand focus shifts to digital

The foray into NFTs is part of a new digital-first mindset at the flip-flop giant.

Analysis: Is Ikea ready to become a lifestyle brand?

Could furniture giant Ikea's limited clothing line just a publicity stunt or the beginnings of expanding into a lifestyl...

Sephora’s disability efforts disappoint

Several weeks ago in the US, Sephora announced it would hire 150 staff with disabilities. As it turns out, it was a case...