2020 has been a very unusual year. The COVID-19 pandemic has inflicted many losses: human, social and economic. What we are now experiencing is an unprecedented moment of crisis in modern history. However, it is during uncertain times that companies often come up with new ideas and innovations, converting the crisis into an opportunity, and adopting a long-term vision of future challenges.
On the occasion of Women's Day we salute the untiring efforts of the women entrepreneurs:who had made a mark in the casual wear and lingerie retail sectors.
Kishore Biyani-owned Future Lifestyle Fashion received a fresh leash of life with Rs 1750 crore investment from Blackstone, the world’s biggest private equity firm.
India’s leading destination for fashion and lifestyle, Myntra , has partnered with Microsoft to accelerate its digital transformation and offer an unmatched experience to its customers.
Lenzing introduces TENCEL™ Modal fibers with Eco Pure technology to strengthen sustainability commitment
Myntra’s Amar Nagaram on changing behavioral patterns of the online fashion consumer
Soch: Evolving from a regional retailer to a pan-India brand
Organised jewellery retailers stare at halving of revenue growth
Flipkart shuts down Jabong, to focus only on Myntra
Lenzing Group opens its first supply chain solution hub in India
Limited choice and high prices caused Mothercare's demise, says GlobalData
‘Accessories specialists must target younger shoppers’
What’s New In Cotton™ to focus on innovation and sustainability
H&M names Helena Helmersson Chief Executive Officer