Jezebel News: Sales of The Textile Sector Fall a 30% over 2006

As we know that we are all a thousand messes, thousand matters to attend to, which we did not even breathe and that when we are at home we fall rendered, you prepare this weekly section of the ten news the last days in Jezebel news. A space in which you can receive you abreast of those developments of the fashion market that among so many career can you have not had time to stand up to read.

  • The sales in the sector of the textile trade are falling. In September fall by 3.4% and in comparison to 2006 the Business Association of textile trade and business (Acotex) speaks of a fall of the almost 30%. [More in Cotizalia].
  • Brands of Calvin Klein in fashion and underwear they will unite under a single following the purchase of Warnaco group Phillips-Van Heusen for 6,000 million euros. Warnaco had licensed Calvin Klein Jeans and Calvin Klein Underwear, so it all will now be in the same place under Calvin Klein. [More in The Guardian].
  • The Corte Ingl├ęs absorbs its largest textile supplier, the company Industrias y Confecciones, Induyco intending to reduce costs. [More in five days].
  • Adolfo Dominguez still in red numbers with a loss of 10 million in the first half, one 13% loss coming to the 9.94 billion euros. From the company they blame it at the expense of compensation by reducing the template and the cost of closing stores. [More on EuropaPress].
  • The brand of supplements Coach She won in Illinois federal court a new case against counterfeiting on the Internet for 257 million dollars, one of the most substantial of the history on this issue, although it is a symbolic figure that mark will not receive. [More in Vogue UK].
  • Massimo Dutti Opens a new concept store in Paris to give greater value to tailoring, concept that will only be in the French capital as an unbundled service from the rest of the sections. [More on The].
  • The net profit of Hugo Boss falls a 13.6% in the third quarter of 2012. Despite all wins one 1.86% more than during the same period last year. [More on WWD].
  • The Savigny Luxury Index it rose 4.2% in October, i.e. luxury brands increased their sales, although many analysts speak of a slowdown in the market of luxury. [More on the Business of Fashion]
  • The date of the trial against the Italian designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana evade 416 million euros in taxes has date: December 3. [More at Telegraph]
  • Miuccia Prada He never wanted to be a fashion designer. Italian fashion designer talks about how he changed his mind due to the education received at an interesting interview. [More in The Guardian].