Ikea valuta l'ingresso su piattaforme e-commerce esterne

Continua la trasformazione del colosso svedese dell'arredo casa, che starebbe valutando di mettere in vendita i suoi prodotti al di fuori del sito ufficiale, sbarcando su piattaforme di e-commerce come Alibaba o Amazon.

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Source: Fashion Network

Presidents’ Day Sales 2019: The Best Menswear, Home, and Grooming Deals

Upgrade your wardrobe (and space!) on the cheap this weekend with our roundup of this year's best Presidents' Day deals from all of your favorite stores.

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Source: GQ

TheOneMilano porta in città 393 brand dell’haut-à-porter femminile

Il salone dell’haut-à-porter femminile presenterà le collezioni AI 2019-20 di 393 brand, di cui 181 internazionali; attesi oltre 8.000 buyer, provenienti, tra l’altro, da Russia, USA, Corea, Giappone e Kazakistan. 

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Source: Fashion Network

Critical Shopper: Art Is Fashion Is Art Again

Studio art and product design live side by side at Token, a local hangout of sorts on Canal Street.

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Source: The New York Times

Led Zeppelin teams up with Vans sneakers for 50th anniversary

Led Zeppelin wants to take you over the hills and far away with new snowboard and sneaker creations honoring their 50th anniversary. The classic rock group has teamed up with eternal hipster shoemaker Vans and the snow gear gurus at Burton on a Zeppelin-branded board and kicks. Buyers of Burton’s $749.95 Zeppelin-branded Misty Mountain Hop. . .

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Source: New York Post

Golden Goose: 186 milioni fatturato 2018, punta a 500

Golden Goose archivia il 2018 con una fatturato di 186 milioni, in crescita del 30% per il quinto anno consecutivo, e punta ad arrivare a 500 milioni nel prossimo triennio, entro il 2022.

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Source: Fashion Network

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘Feeling Hopeless About Marriage. On Valentine’s Day! ’

Modern Love in miniature, featuring reader-submitted stories of no more than 100 words.

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Source: The New York Times