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H&M's profit tumbles more than expected as costs bite

H&M's profit tumbles more than expected as costs bite

Sweden's H&M reported on Friday a much larger than expected drop in September-November profit, hit by weak consumer confidence and soaring costs that it did not fully pass on to price tags.
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News analysis: will it be a long road back to profit for Boohoo Group?

News analysis: will it be a long road back to profit for Boohoo Group?

Boohoo has fallen from grace spectacularly since the pandemic. But here's why we shouldn't write it off just yet, even though it might take some time for it to regain its former glory
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Primark: why its sales rose so strongly this festive season

Primark: why its sales rose so strongly this festive season

​After delivering a strong trading update for the latest quarter this week, Primark parent company ABF's finance chief has detailed just what made the company so strong in this key end-of-year shopping season.
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Freemans extends successful media deal with iProspect UK

Freemans extends successful media deal with iProspect UK

Freemans Grattan Holdings has extended its media deal with iProspect UK after a decade working together in which they relaunched Freemans as a pureplay digital department store and saw growth outstripping the market.
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Elsewhere in Paris: Olivier Saillard, Taak, AZ Factory and Steven Passaro

Elsewhere in Paris: Olivier Saillard, Taak, AZ Factory and Steven Passaro

As the Paris menswear season ended and couture week opened, we checked out four widely differing fashion visions to tap into the style pulse among cognoscenti in the French fashion capital.
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Primark performance justifies stores-only stance as city footfall bounces back

Primark performance justifies stores-only stance as city footfall bounces back

Primark's trading update has revealed more upbeat news with the chain “good in all markets and ahead of expectation”. Total sales and like-for-likes rose in double digits and city centre footfall recovered.
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Gunther, Doublet, and Nahmias' streetwear takes over Paris Fashion Week

Gunther, Doublet, and Nahmias' streetwear takes over Paris Fashion Week

Throughout an entire weekend packed with men's fashion shows, Paris dedicated a special place in its fashion week to streetwear culture, inviting American, Japanese and Parisian brands.
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Ashley James fronts new Tu Clothing lingerie offer

Ashley James fronts new Tu Clothing lingerie offer

Supermarket giant Sainsbury’s fashion brand Tu Clothing has launched a "premium lingerie range" fronted and inspired by newly-appointed brand ambassador and celebrity mother, TV presenter and DJ, Ashley James.
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The women who dress men

The women who dress men

Women are increasingly making their mark in men's fashion, breaking through the "fabric ceiling" that has seen the industry dominated by men, attracted by a sector where some of the most radical changes are taking place.
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Ludovic de Saint Sernin turns up the heat, Sacai elevates workwear

Ludovic de Saint Sernin turns up the heat, Sacai elevates workwear

The new creative director of Ann Demeulemeester and the Japanese designer Chitose Abe stood out on the last day of men's fashion week, opting for sophisticated sensual looks and functional tailoring, respectively.
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Maison Margiela: New mansion headquarters, posh-punk collection

Maison Margiela: New mansion headquarters, posh-punk collection

Maison Margiela unveiled its new headquarters in Paris on Sunday night and talk about an upgrade. John Galliano celebrated the move with his latest collection – a deconstructed homage to the Queen of Punk, Jordan.
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Hermès: Effortless elegance in UNESCO

Hermès: Effortless elegance in UNESCO

It all seemed so effortless in UNESCO this Saturday at Hermès, which made this rather menswear wonderful collection even more special. A great display by Véronique Nichanian, menswear creative director for 35 years.
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Paris couture: A vibrant multi-billion business, opens its next season on Monday

Paris couture: A vibrant multi-billion business, opens its next season on Monday

Paris haute couture – the highest expression of fashion – opens Monday with a crammed calendar of bold face name brands and a score of young hopefuls in one of the most intriguing seasons in years. 
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Loewe: From copper to Chalamet

Loewe: From copper to Chalamet

A thrilling display of art-inspired garments, metallic clothing and star appearances with the fashion plate of the planet Timothée Chalamet in the front row of the Loewe show on a chilly Saturday morning in Paris.
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Elsewhere in Paris menswear: Paul Smith and Daniel Arsham

Elsewhere in Paris menswear: Paul Smith and Daniel Arsham

Paris will always love diversity, especially in fashion. In the last 48 hours, a UK knight staged relaxed tailoring in a cathedral and a rising American star blended performance art with high-performance fabrics.
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Dries Van Noten: Von Humboldt’s coolest current

Dries Van Noten: Von Humboldt’s coolest current

A dark top floor of a forgotten garage was the curiously ideal location of a sensational collection by Dries Van Noten inspired by the ideas of the great German explorer and naturalist Alexander von Humboldt.
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