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It makes perfect sense that upcoming film 'House Of Gucci' should create such a fashion buzz. It will feature the works of Oscar-winning costume designer Janty Yates.
TOKYO: Japan's Fast Retailing, the owner of clothing brand Uniqlo, on Thursday reported a 23% jump in half-yearly operating profit and raised its full-year profit estimate.
Presented at fashion shows previously, the collections of top fashion houses are now being unveiled – at least some of them – within video games.
Instead of just being all about the clothes, China Fashion Week turns political – with designers and attendees voicing out their support for cotton produced in Xinjiang.
Global warming is greening the deserts of Xinjiang as rising temperatures lead to doubling of rainfall over half a century, researchers sayScientists warn infrastructure planning and quality standards need to be updated to prepare for ‘lots of water’
Xiaomi’s new ‘squircle’ logo becomes the butt of online jokes with many claiming they could have made it for much less money
Smartphone maker Xiaomi reportedly spent US$300,000 on a new logo inspired by Eastern philosophy, but online ridicule said it just rounded the square cornersXiaomi’s fortunes have been rising in China, having recently bested sanctions-hit Huawei in smartphone sales and plans to start making electric vehicles
In December last year, Balenciaga released its Autumn/Winter 2021 collection via a video game. But did you know that the game developer is actually a Malaysia-based company?
STOCKHOLM (Reuters): H&M vowed on Wednesday (March 31) to win back trust in China amid growing signs its fashion empire is suffering from a backlash after it voiced concerns last year about alleged human rights abuses in Xinjiang province.
BEIJING (Reuters): Chinese officials on Monday (March 29) said Sweden's H&M and other foreign companies should not to make rash moves or step into politics after the companies raised concerns about forced labour in Xinjiang, sparking furious online backlash and boycotts.
State media accused H&M and other brands of improperly profiting from China while criticising it.