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The Ulta Beauty at Target shop-in-shop has finally been revealed, with more than 50 beauty brands participating in the initiative. Last November, the two retailers announced they would be partnering to bring prestige beauty brands across skin, hair, makeup and fragrance to Target in a 1,000-square-foot shop-in-shop that will initially open in 100 locations next … Read more

Italy’s Zegna to list in the U.S. with $3.2 bln SPAC deal

Italy's Zegna to list in the U.S. with $3.2 bln SPAC deal

Smaller brands hit hardest by COVID-19 crisisOther family-owned firms have also looked outsideZegna says firm will expand but stick to menswearMILAN, July 19 (Reuters) – Italian luxury group Ermenegildo Zegna will list in New York by combining with a U.S. investment vehicle, giving the menswear company an enterprise value of $3.2 billion and helping it … Read more

A growing list of Australian and New Zealand footwear labels

A growing list of Australian and New Zealand footwear labels

Footwear that’s made to last. We’re fortunate in Australia and New Zealand to have amazing local labels around every corner, covering just about every style and aesthetic under the sun. So, it’s easy to find quality pieces that are designed or made right here at home. The push to shop local that’s gained traction over … Read more

NEW: Alex and Ani Joins Long List of Fashion Brands in Filing for Chapter 11

NEW: Alex and Ani Joins Long List of Fashion Brands in Filing for Chapter 11

Thursday, June 10, 2021 GoLocalProv Business Team   View Larger + Alex and Ani, the company that revolutionized bangle jewelry in America more than a decade ago could not escape the financial impacts of the pandemic. The Rhode Island jewelry company joins some of the biggest names in fashion and retail who have filed for … Read more

Fashion giant joins list of pandemic profiteers

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Yet another company has been called out for risking the health of Australians in an effort to profit from the COVID-19 pandemic.Australia’s largest fashion retailer, Mosaic Brands, was fined $630,000 on Thursday for lying to customers about hand sanitiser and face masks sold between June 3 and July 11 last year.The Noni B owner, which … Read more