THE DAILY FIX: FASHION INDUSTRY NEWS FOR June 29, 2015views: 0
Here are your top news updates on what happened in the world of fashion over the weekend.
STAGNATION IN 3D PRINTING? – Dezeen.com
“3D printing has just become incredibly stagnant,” said New York-based Bitonti, who feels that many of the machines on the market are little more than “tinker toys”.
STRONG DOLLAR HURTING H&M PROFITS – RetailingToday.com
“The company, which buys most of its clothes in Asia with dollars, blamed the strong dollar and said costs could continue to increase depending on exchange rates.”
LULULEMON TAPS EX WALGREENS EXEC – RetailingToday.com
“Lululemon Athletica has named a former Walgreens executive as the athleisure company’s next digital chief.”
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3D printing coming stagnant – http://tinyurl.com/nlokeyn
Dollar hurts H&M profits, but not its expansion plans – http://tinyurl.com/qepbsd9
Ex-Walgreens exec to be digital chief at Lululemon – http://tinyurl.com/nzmnfdc
Fashion World Praises Court on Marriage Equality Ruling – http://tinyurl.com/qgxqjcr
Spring/summer 2016 menswear shows: Designers inspired by teenage rebellion– http://tinyurl.com/nzjdykx
Jewelry stock rises following gay marriage decision- http://tinyurl.com/ncp2q8u
Zara accused of racially profiling it’s customers in new report – http://tinyurl.com/o3xsfrt