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Luxury fashion label Burberry was delivering solid growth in sales last year – until Covid-19 stopped the momentum in its tracks.
Senior management of British luxury fashion house Burberry have taken a voluntary pay cut and the company has opted to retain base pay for all its employees during the Covid-19 crisis, without relying on UK government support for jobs.
The coronavirus pandemic has slowed progress on sustainability issues in the retail industry, says GlobalData analyst Emily Salter.
Luxury fashion label Burberry is retooling its Yorkshire trench-coat factory to produce non-surgical gowns and masks in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Burberry sales have declined by between 40 per cent and 50 per cent during the last six weeks as the coronavirus crisis takes its toll on retail.
International luxury brand Burberry has launched an Augmented Reality (AR) shopping tool using Google Search that allows consumers to visualise its products within their immediate surroundings.
Hong Kong fashion brands management firm Global Brands Group says it will ban fur across its Calvin Klein and Allsaints clothing ranges.
Widespread temporary store closures continue across China as the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the country.
Burberry sales slumped by half in Hong Kong in the third quarter – but the British luxury-fashion label is lifting its full-year forecast as revenue elsewhere compensates.
Burberry has launched a digital flash pop-up experience powered by Google Lens at Ely’s Yard, Brick Lane in London.
Global fashion platform Ssense is debuting a dogwear line on its e-commerce platform ssense.com.
Burberry Japan has opened a flagship store in Tokyo’s Ginza district, the label’s fourth new store to open in the last six months.