fuel

Alexander Wang takes investment to fuel return and expansion

To receive the Vogue Business newsletter, register here. Alexander Wang has secured his first-ever outside investment, a milestone for his hitherto family-owned brand as it attempts to recover from sexual assault allegations made against the designer in 2020. The deal has been in the works since just before the pandemic and is now coming to …

Alexander Wang takes investment to fuel return and expansion Read More »

Express style and fuel passion for fashion with Infinix | The cable

Inspired by the unabashed nature of young people to express their fashion tastes, Infinix as a brand continues to provide users with aesthetically stunning designs and vibrant colors to boldly express their unique styles. As they step out in style, ready to take on the world and tackle anything that tries to stand in the …

Express style and fuel passion for fashion with Infinix | The cable Read More »

Express style and fuel passion for fashion with Infinix

Based on consumer demands and creative vision, a lot of intentionality goes into creating aesthetically pleasing devices. Fortunately, consumers have responded positively to these designs so far, strutting and stepping into the new trends and no one is left behind. Whether it’s street style, classic business or casual style, everyone will find something to express …

Express style and fuel passion for fashion with Infinix Read More »

Dystopian Influencer Farms Fuel China’s Live Shopping Industry – SURFACE

Few people in the Western world have heard of Ruhanbut the Chinese company emerged as one of many “influencer incubators” that are transforming the face of e-commerce in the country. Occupying a gray skyscraper in a drab industrial part of Hangzhou, the operation can be seen as the gear that enables online influencers, known as …

Dystopian Influencer Farms Fuel China’s Live Shopping Industry – SURFACE Read More »

Revealed: Garment waste from Nike, Clarks and other big brands burned to fuel toxic kilns in Cambodia

Revealed: Garment waste from Nike, Clarks and other big brands burned to fuel toxic kilns in Cambodia

Right of reply A NEXT spokesperson said: “As part of the contractual obligation, NEXT suppliers must comply with our disposal policy. An excerpt of the following: – Under Clause 8.5 of Next’s Terms and Conditions of Purchase, Suppliers CANNOT dispose of Rejected, Secondary, Excess, Sample or Canceled Inventory UNLESS the Inventory is sold via Next …

Revealed: Garment waste from Nike, Clarks and other big brands burned to fuel toxic kilns in Cambodia Read More »