Hermès family is Europe's richest
The Hermès family, which now counts more than 100 members, is Europe's richest, with a combined fortune this year of about $151 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. The maker of the iconic Kelly and Birkin handbags has...
Bangladeshi textile workers fight for higher wages
Bangladesh's most important export sector is the textile industry, yet workers say they're paid far too little and are taking to the streets in protest. The country's minimum wage commission announced a wage increase, but the workers and...
Fashion icon guilty of sexually assaulting four women
A jury has found former fashion mogul Peter Nygard guilty of four counts of sexual assault. The 82-year-old was acquitted of one of five counts of sexual assault and one count of forcible confinement.
Fashion mogul Nygard found guilty of assault
After a six-week trial which heard testimony from five complainants, former Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard has been found guilty of four counts of sexual assault by a Toronto jury.
Explained: Why recycled clothing isn't as green as you think
With phrases like 'less waste in the world' recycled clothing sounds like a great idea. But the latest CBC Marketplace investigation reveals that might not be the case.
French school ban on abayas sparks clothing debate
The French government is banning children from wearing abayas, the loose-fitting, full-length robes most often worn by Muslim women, in state-run schools. It's drawing a debate over whether the clothing is a cultural statement, religion,...
Russian version of Zara opens in Moscow
A Lebanese clothing brand called Maag has taken over a flagship store site in Moscow that had been vacated by Spanish brand Zara when it ceased operations in Russia. Zara, and other brands owned by the same company, sold their shop sites...
Hong Kong police charge four over model murder
Four people charged in connection with the killing of 28-year-old model Abby Choi appeared in court on Monday morning, after police found parts of her body in a village house on the outskirts of the financial city.
Adidas reveals huge stockpile of unsold Ye merch
Adidas AG shares slumped after the German shoemaker warned that it's sitting on a $1.3 billion pile of unsold merchandise after terminating its lucrative branding deal with rapper Ye. Oliver Crook reports on Bloomberg Television.
New York Fashion week opens
The economy may be slowing down, but that is not stopping Americans from dressing up. Despite supply chain issues and inflation, sales of clothes have gone up.
Russia's anti-war, pro LGBTQ activist
Euronews Culture speaks with Russian-born photographer, artist and activist, Emmie America about all things Vogue, promoting LGBTQ+ rights and the changes in her life since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Nike ditches Russia
Nike is closing its doors in Russia, becoming the latest Western brand to depart the country since Putin's invasion of Ukraine began. While the company halted all online sales and closed the stores it owned back in March, a number of o...
Moscow Fashion week hit by sanctions
Models and designers have been converging on the Russian capital for Moscow Fashion Week. But how have they been impacted by the wide-ranging sanctions placed on Russia?