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Tommy Hilfiger celebrates 2020 Hahnenkamm Ski Races with The Black Eyed Peas

Tommy Hilfiger celebrates 2020 Hahnenkamm Ski Races with The Black Eyed Peas

Tommy Hilfiger has kicked off its sponsorship as official fashion partner of the 2020 Hahnenkamm Ski Races in Kitzbühel, Austria with a performance from The Black Eyed Peas at the annual Kitz-Race-Party.
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Spain drops false advertising probe into jeweller Tous

Spain drops false advertising probe into jeweller Tous

Spain's top criminal court dropped an investigation into the jewellery chain Tous on Monday, saying there was no evidence it made false claims about its products being made of gold or silver.
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Jewellery
French Federation releases Paris ready-to-wear show schedule, with four new entries

French Federation releases Paris ready-to-wear show schedule, with four new entries

The Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion, French fashion’s governing body, has released the schedule for next month’s runway season in Paris, inviting four new designers onto its official calendar.
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CEO Scott Cutler keen to expand StockX by deploying IPO-for-products concept

CEO Scott Cutler keen to expand StockX by deploying IPO-for-products concept

The US e-tail site has been applying stock market-inspired concepts to the sale of sneakers for three years. CEO Scott Cutler told FashionNetwork.com he wants to go further in deploying the IPO-for-products model.
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Footwear
Musto unveils five-year global license agreement with Land Rover

Musto unveils five-year global license agreement with Land Rover

British outdoor clothing expert Musto is set to launch an Autumn/Winter 2020 clothing range with UK car brand Land Rover as part of a new five-year global license agreement.
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Sports
Pure Collection to appoint administrators

Pure Collection to appoint administrators

Pure Collection, the Harrogate-based cashmere and luxe fashion brand, is planning to appoint administrators amid mounting financial losses.
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Alessandra Facchinetti named creative director of Harlan + Holden

Alessandra Facchinetti named creative director of Harlan + Holden

Alessandra Facchinetti has been named creative director of Harlan + Holden, an Asian fashion company that defines itself as the world’s first “time-saving” clothing brand.
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Fashion
White-hot looks, strapless gowns and crazy nails at the Grammys

White-hot looks, strapless gowns and crazy nails at the Grammys

Celebrities strutted their stuff along the Grammys red carpet in Los Angeles on Sunday, where white was a big trend, along with strapless gowns -- and super-long glittering nails.
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Vuitton's diamond as big as a tennis ball steals the show in Paris

Vuitton's diamond as big as a tennis ball steals the show in Paris

Louis Vuitton made a splash as it showcased its latest purchase on Tuesday: the world's second-biggest rough diamond.
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Jewellery
Puig names new president at Dries Van Noten

Puig names new president at Dries Van Noten

In the first business development since it was acquired by Puig in 2018, Dries Van Noten has appointed Matteo de Rosa as president. The former Ports 1961 managing director will join on 1 February.
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Jacket Required changes get 'upbeat' response

Jacket Required changes get 'upbeat' response

Exhibitors and visitors to Jacket Required’s latest show this week welcomed the new curated layout and increased focus on premium and sustainable collections, the trade fair said.
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Chinese New Year will boost UK shopping but growth is slowing says Global Blue

Chinese New Year will boost UK shopping but growth is slowing says Global Blue

Chinese New Year remains a key shopping event for visitors to the UK but it’s seeing rivals to its status as the biggest spending period for Chinese ‘globe shoppers’.
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West End expects £17m boost from Chinese New Year shoppers

West End expects £17m boost from Chinese New Year shoppers

Coronavirus may be causing some uncertainty around the Lunar New Year shopping event for Chinese travellers, but London’s West End is still expecting high spending from tourists.
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U.S. to unveil crackdown on counterfeit, pirated e-commerce goods

U.S. to unveil crackdown on counterfeit, pirated e-commerce goods

The Trump administration plans to unveil efforts on Friday to crack down on counterfeit goods sold on major e-commerce sites and urge companies to do more to vet third-party sellers and increase self-policing efforts.
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Accessories
Louis Vuitton to open largest store in Japan this February with attached restaurant

Louis Vuitton to open largest store in Japan this February with attached restaurant

LVMH brand Louis Vuitton will open its largest flagship store in Japan in Osaka’s Shinsaibashi on February 1 and will open its first café and restaurant inside the flagship store on February 15.  
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2nd Street opens 4th US location

2nd Street opens 4th US location

The second-hand clothing chain owned by Japan’s GEO Holdings announced on Thursday that it is opening its fourth U.S. location in Torrance, California.
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