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Amazon is said to be preparing a luxury fashion platform

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Amazon is said to be preparing a luxury fashion platform

Amazon is said to be preparing a luxury fashion platform In the first half of 2020, Amazon plans to launch its own digital platform for luxury fashion, according to WWD (paywall), a fashion trade publication. Industry sources who spoke with WWD said it will operate similar to the concession model seen in department stores and specialty retailers, where brands effectively lease space or pay a percentage of sales to run their own mini-shops within the store. On Amazon’s new platform, according to WWD, the companies will have complete control over the look of their online space, which products they sell (or don’t), and any...

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The Virgin Mary on merchandise

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The Virgin Mary on merchandise

The Virgin Mary on merchandise he world of fashion seems mysterious from the outside, but certain common themes remain consistent. Trends are sometimes dictated by colors or fabrics, but most of the time, they’re inspired by social happenings or famous figures who invite people to look like them. The Virgin Mary is an example for women in every way, and fashion has taken inspiration from her for centuries. In the past, when there were no magazines or Internet, queens dictated fashion and were a reference for style. It was only natural that many tried to resemble iconography of the Virgin, who is...

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High end fashion goes downtown

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High end fashion goes downtown

High end fashion goes downtown Trenton fashion may not be a “thing” at the moment. But it soon might be. From the fashion program at MCCC to the buzz about Trenton Fashion Week, there is some noise on Trenton fashion and merchandising. And if Nazir Hampton, 25, has his say, dress shops and Trenton-based designers will help make the city’s downtown district relevant again, like it was until the 1970s and ’80s. Hampton’s House of High End dress shop on the corner of North Broad and Perry streets is a rebirth of his East Hanover Street shop where he attracted...

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Sustainability in the fashion industry faces an uphill climb

Sustainability in the fashion uphill climb

Sustainability in the fashion industry faces an uphill climb

Sustainability in the fashion industry faces an uphill climb LONDON — Sustainability in fashion is a hot button topic, with retailers large and small racing to prove their green credentials, but the desire for new attire churns and the industry remains one of the world's largest polluters as climate activists and watchdogs sound alarms. The industry is the second largest consumer of water and is responsible for 8-10% of global carbon emissions, more than all international flights and maritime shipping combined, according to the United Nations Environment Program. "So, for example, it would take 13 years to drink the water...

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