Saturday, November 3, 2012

Trendencias News: textile sales fell by 30% from 2006

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As we know that we are all in trouble thousand, thousand things to attend to, and we did not get to breathe and when we're home we fall exhausted, we prepare this section weekly ten most important news of the last few days in Trendencias News. A place where you can catch up with these developments in the fashion market that so many career may not have had time to stop and read.

  • Sales of textile trade sector continue to fall. In September fell by 3.4% compared to 2006 and the Business Association of Textile Trade and Enterprise (Acotex) tells of a fall of almost 30%. [More in Cotizalia ].
  • Calvin Klein brands in fashion and lingerie will unite under a single after buying Warnaco Group by Phillips-Van Heusen for 6,000 million euros. Warnaco had the license for Calvin Klein Jeans and Calvin Klein Underwear, so now all will be in the same place under Calvin Klein. [More in The Guardian ].
  • El Corte Inglés absorbs its main supplier Textile and Apparel Industries Company, Induyco intended to reduce costs. [More in Five Days ].


  • Adolfo Dominguez remains in the red with a loss of 10 million in the first half, up 13% loss that reaches 9.94 million euros. Since the company as compensation expense attributed to the reduction of staff and the cost of closing stores. [More in EuropaPress ].
  • The accessories brand Coach won in federal court in Illinois a new case against counterfeits on the Internet for 257 million dollars, one of the most substantial of history on this issue, although it is a symbolic figure who will not receive the mark. [More in Vogue UK ].
  • Massimo Dutti launches a new concept store in Paris to add value to the tailor, a concept that is only in the French capital as a service unbundled from other sections. [More in Modaes ].

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  • Net profit falls Hugo Boss 13.6% in the third quarter of 2012. Nevertheless earn 1.86% more than during the same period last year. [More in WWD ].
  • The date of the trial of the Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana for evading 416 million in tax has date: Dec. 3. [More on Telegraph ]
  • Miuccia Prada never wanted to be a fashion designer. The Italian fashion designer talks about how he changed his mind because of the education received in an interesting interview. [More in The Guardian ].

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