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E-Commerce Commercial Manager to h&m Nordics
Permanent · Stockholm
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Merchandise Manager
Permanent · Stockholm
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Global HR Business Partner For h&m Customer Service
Permanent · Borås
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Space Manager to h&m Beauty Brand
Permanent · Stockholm
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Brand Coordinator - Creator Studio
Permanent · Stockholm
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Production Manager PR – h&m Marketing & Communications
Permanent · Stockholm
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Business Expert/Super User
Permanent · Eskilstuna
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Product Area Manager - Business Tech Checkout
Permanent · Stockholm
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Senior Business Analyst to h&m Brand Customer Insights & Analytics
Permanent · Stockholm
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Business Expert With Passion For Product Information to h&m Group Business Tech - Customer Domain
Permanent · Stockholm
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Lead Business Expert – Talent Acquisition
Permanent · Stockholm
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Software Engineer to The Network Management & Security Team Within Business Tech
Permanent · Stockholm
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Analytical Engineer to Business Tech, h&m Group
Permanent · Stockholm
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Project Manager to Business Tech Program Management
Permanent · Stockholm
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Technical Engineer to Monitoring & Insights Team, Business Tech h&m Group
Permanent · Stockholm
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Product Owner – Checkout Area to h&m Business Tech
Permanent · Stockholm
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Product Owner - Cloud Analytic Platform
Permanent · Stockholm
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Data Specialist to Tech Enablement, Business Tech h&m Group
Permanent · Stockholm
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Product Owner With Sap Competence – Data Foundation
Permanent · Stockholm
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Product Owner – Data Foundation - Group Sales & Stock Data
Permanent · Stockholm
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Software Engineer, With c# .Net or Java Experience to h&m Business Tech
Permanent · Stockholm
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Software Engineer, With Java Competence to h&m Business Tech – Loyalty Online Service Team
Permanent · Stockholm

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Brioni to lay off 320 people across its production plants in Italy

Brioni to lay off 320 people across its production plants in Italy

Kering’s menswear label Brioni’s recovery plan focuses on its accessories line and new product categories. The brand aims to streamline its costs and business structure, planning 320 lay-offs by 2025.
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Michele fetes Gucci’s century with fetish cosmography collection and Balenciaga linkup

Michele fetes Gucci’s century with fetish cosmography collection and Balenciaga linkup

Gucci celebrates its 100th anniversary this year; and designer Alessandro Michele has observed the birthday by creating his best ever collection for the house, and a link up with Balenciaga.
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LPOL exits Coal Drops Yard, opens East Sussex studio

LPOL exits Coal Drops Yard, opens East Sussex studio

​Sustainable leather and upcycled goods brand LPOL said this week that it’s exiting its “much-loved shop” at Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross after three years.
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N Ireland rejoins rest of UK retail with 30 April non-essential stores reopening

N Ireland rejoins rest of UK retail with 30 April non-essential stores reopening

Northern Ireland will be allowed to catch up with the rest of the UK when non-essential retail and outdoor hospitality will reopen from 30 April. First Minister Arlene Foster told the NI Assembly it was a "landmark day”.
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Coach makes Todd Kahn permanent CEO

Coach makes Todd Kahn permanent CEO

Having served as interim CEO and brand president of the New York-based designer accessories brand since July 2020, Kahn has now had his position at the head of the label made permanent.
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LVMH sees sparkling prospects for Tiffany

LVMH sees sparkling prospects for Tiffany

During its annual general meeting, the French luxury giant highlighted its "remarkable resilience" during the pandemic and claimed to be well-positioned for strong growth in 2021, thanks particularly to Tiffany & Co..  
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Bucherer expands into Covent Garden, adds pre-owned in UK

Bucherer expands into Covent Garden, adds pre-owned in UK

​Watches specialist Bucherer is continuing its drive into the UK with the opening of a new flagship boutique in Covent Garden, London.
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Mr Porter's Mr P is latest brand to add plant leather shoes

Mr Porter's Mr P is latest brand to add plant leather shoes

​The move to using plant-based Materials in place of leather by high-end labels is accelerating and the latest to join an expanding group of brands doing so is Mr P. That’s the in-house brand of the Mr Porter e-store.
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Aspinal of London losses widen, but post-CVA, profits are not far away

Aspinal of London losses widen, but post-CVA, profits are not far away

Aspinal of London has filed its accounts for the year to the end of March 2020 and they show how tough the climate was becoming even pre-pandemic. But it also said 2021 is a key year as it heads towards profitability.
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Videos become compulsory stop in luxury consumer journey

Videos become compulsory stop in luxury consumer journey

Luxury consumers seek out more information than ever online before making a purchase, relying especially on YouTube videos and giving particular importance to brand image, according to a study from Google and Kantar.
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Amiri: Fall/Winter 2021 on LA’s most loved bridge

Amiri: Fall/Winter 2021 on LA’s most loved bridge

One designer gathering momentum in spite of the pandemic is Mike Amiri, who on Wednesday unveiled his latest collection, shot on one of the most cinematic bridges on the planet.
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Farfetch campaign addresses the new normal, stars its boutique community

Farfetch campaign addresses the new normal, stars its boutique community

​Farfetch has unveiled a major new global brand campaign called The Perfect Match. Linked to its #onlyonfarfetch theme, it comes as it continues to stress that a “commitment to the boutique community” is “at its heart”. 
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Celine: Youthquake in Chateau de Vaux-Le-Vicomte

Celine: Youthquake in Chateau de Vaux-Le-Vicomte

Youth’s brief and beautiful splendor was the theme of the latest collection and show by Hedi Slimane for Celine, staged in a 17th-century chateau famed for the brief glory of its unlucky owner. 
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LVMH shares hit record high after strong sales figures

LVMH shares hit record high after strong sales figures

LVMH's shares rose to record highs on Wednesday after the world's biggest luxury goods company posted sales figures that showed it had bounced back far more quickly than expected in early 2021.
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Spanish ceramics manufacturer Sargadelos accuses Dolce & Gabbana of plagiarism

Spanish ceramics manufacturer Sargadelos accuses Dolce & Gabbana of plagiarism

The Spanish ceramics producer has claimed that the prints on some of the Italian label’s men’s items for Spring/Summer 2021 are a "blatant copy” of its geometric patterns. Dolce & Gabbana has denied any plagiarism.
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Luxury goods retailers turn to social media for distribution

Luxury goods retailers turn to social media for distribution

The pandemic has forced luxury goods companies to use social media, video and virtual showrooms to woo their wealthy customers in Europe when tourists, especially from China, have been absent for more than a year.
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