In the news | 17 July 2023
Loadshedding costs major SA retailers R2.4B, ROUNDABOUT launches to accelerate African creative circularity & Zalando sues the EU Commission.
Air Afrique magazine has launched, modelled on the namesake 1961-2002 airline's culturally vibrant inflight magazine, Balafon | Source: Air Afrique
South African retailers spend a collective R2.4 billion on diesel due to loadshedding, Twyg opens ticket sales for the Africa Textile Talks, Morocco's Atelier Rouge challenges its local landscape, ROUNDABOUT launches to provide community and resources for accelerating Africa's circular economy efforts, and Bottega Veneta partners with Air Afrique magazine launch.
Tickets to Twyg's Africa Textile Talks | 17 August 2023, Cape Town
Alexandre Betak retires from shows, Dries Van Noten grows his beauty offering, Mylo shuts down mushroom leather production with no new funding, France trials fashion repair rebates, Paco Rabanne relaunches with new product categories, Zalando sues the EU Commission in a challenge to its new online content rules, The Interline breaks down Threads' architectural differences & their impact on fashion and SHEIN's latest marketing campaign takes a public beating.
Digital Fashion Platform Syky, backed by Alexis Ohanian’s 776 ventures, launches Incubator Programme | BoF
Shein, the fast-fashion giant, hits roadblocks | Rachel Tashjian for The Washington Post
PACO RABANNE IS NOW SIMPLY RABANNE | BROOKE FRISCHER for FASHIONISTA.COM