Fashinza, the AI-driven B2B marketplace and real-time global supply chain platform for fashion brands and retailers, announced a Series B funding round totaling $100M USD. The funding round is led by Prosus Ventures (formerly known as Naspers Ventures) and Westbridge along with participation from existing investors Accel, Elevation, and ADQ.
Joining the ever growing list of sustainable brands that are shaking up the fashion industry, Texcoco Collective is a luxury fashion accessory brand committed to eco-conscious design, environmental conservation. We celebrate the designers of our products and aim to empower women to have functional pieces without compromising on their standards. Texcoco Collective offers a range of eco-luxe vegan leather handbags. It’s one of few sustainable Australian labels that works with Mexican artisans to craft beautiful vegan bags made from Mexican cactus leather, actively helping to turn the tide on wasteful practices.
Women have been dealing with COVID now for two years and we are ready to take back our life now that restrictions have eased and having a good set of bras in the top drawer is a vital part of the process. Lockdowns are over and it’s time to get out of our loungewear and our home offices! Here are the top five bras every woman should have in their top drawer.
As the fashion resale market grows worldwide, Australia looks to be following the trend, with the concept of circular fashion continuing to gain traction nationwide. Delving into the environmental impacts of the fashion industry, our Reluv-first, Fashion Resale Report analyses the rise of sustainable and circular fashion in Australia, backed by research. Responsible for $527.5 million in revenue from clothing resale, Australia’s well established charity sector spans over 3000 op shop stores across the nation’s capital cities.
Tommy Hilfiger, which is owned by PVH Corp., is pleased to announce that applications for the fourth edition of the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Frontier Challenge are open. The global program echoes Tommy Hilfiger’s sustainability vision to Waste Nothing and Welcome All, amplifying and supporting new voices in the world of social entrepreneurship who are shaping scalable and disruptive innovations to create a more inclusive future of fashion.
Activewear brand Vuori launches in the U.K, France, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, Australia, and Canada, marking the initial steps of a global rollout announced late last year. Consumers in these countries now have access to the apparel brand through e-commerce, and in select markets Vuori will soon be sold at a variety of leading wholesale partners including Selfridges, Brown Thomas, Cotswold Outdoor, Barry’s Bootcamp and Bever.
Texcoco Collective, founded by Gold Coast entrepreneur Monique Montfroy, is a luxury fashion accessory brand committed to eco-conscious design, environmental conservation, and thoughtful consumption. Monique launched it to be a voice for sustainable thinking and to share unique, high-quality designs with the ethos of nurturing the earth. Texcoco offers a range of high quality, beautiful handmade vegan leather handbags, crafted from cactus leather by Mexican artisans.
SParms has just announced an innovative partnership with the Australian Melanoma Research Foundation that will see SParms support the organization through financial assistance as well as promotion of the importance of wearing sun-safe clothing while outdoors.
Hao Phu, the founder of Australian retail clothing icon, Kokaine, has grown a significant fashion empire by creating a cult-like following among his growing base of avid fans. While many people admire and respect Hao Phu and are in awe of his marketing genius – his journey has been one of genuine hardship and determination.
The whole nation awaits the new season of BBC,s The Apprentice as 16 candidates parade their business ideas down the catwalk of success. In business, fashion sense can make or break a deal. In The Apprentice, this mindset is taken to the extreme with the show’s boardroom style sparking fashion debates among fans.