Tod’s suffers sales decline for 2018, Chanel Special Award at Hyères Fashion Festival and the other news of the day

Tod’s suffers sales decline for 2018, Chanel in partnership with the Festival de Hyères, Ralph Lauren had a good year and other news of the day.

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Tod’s sees its sales decrease

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Chanel in partnership with Festival de Hyères

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From April 25 to 29, Villa Noailles will host the 34th edition of the International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories in Hyères (Var).

This year, Natacha Ramsay-Levi, Creative Director of Chloé and President of the Fashion Jury, will present a brand new prize – the Métiers d’art prize – created in partnership with Chanel.

The cradle of young international creation since 1986, the festival, created by Jean-Pierre Blanc, director of Villa Noailles, this year inaugurates the first prize of the Métiers d’Art, awarded to the best collaboration between the ten finalists and ten of the Métiers d’art de Chanel. For this 34th edition, the art centre located on the heights of Hyères, in the Var, will host exhibitions, conferences, parades, concerts and above all competitions celebrating creation in three sectors: fashion, photography and accessories.


A good year for Ralph Lauren

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Ralph Lauren reported better than expected results for the holiday season, reaping the rewards of an 18% increase in its marketing investments.

The American group has thus succeeded in attracting more customers through partnerships with events in fashion or the promotion of its brands by models or actresses on social networks.

The US group’s revenue increased from $1.64 billion (€1.43 billion) to $1.73 billion in the third quarter of its delayed fiscal year as analysts expected $1.66 billion, according to Refinitiv’s IBES data. Excluding non-recurring items, earnings per share were $2.32, also above analysts’ estimates of $2.15.

A new study by Launchmetrics “The State of Menswear 2019 : A Data Analysis of Men’s Fashion Weeks“, uses the MIV algorithm: Media Impact Value, to measure the impact of media releases on all channels during the last spring/summer 2019 season. And the Ralph Lauren mixed fashion show took first place in terms of MIV during the Men’s and Women’s Fashion Weeks, which achieved a score of 38 million euros.

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