Hallenstein Glasson has announced Di Humphries as the new CEO of womenswear chain Glassons. The ins and outs of the company will no doubt be quite familiar to her, considering she was previously the managing director of Glassons and an executive director of Hallenstein Glasson.
Clothing retailer Hallenstein Glasson’s first-half profits have plummeted by 21 percent, and a reprieve doesn’t seem on the horizon. It warned that an unusually warm autumn in Australia and New Zealand is impacting on its sales.
The streets of Cuba, the vistas of Rio De Janeiro and the desolate Salt Flats of Utah are just some of the breath-taking landscapes Hallenstein Brothers has featured in its advertising. Now, its latest campaign takes the viewer on a short trip through Morocco and Dubai. PLUS: We look at the retailer's latest trading update and profit forecast.
Glassons has today announced the results of a supply chain audit, following criticism earlier this year for receiving poor scores in an ethical fashion report. At the time, CEO Graeme Popplewell told The Register the findings were unjust, and that Glassons would be reviewing all of its policies and procedures and making them available to the public.
New Zealand’s top fashion brands are being encouraged to share information about their supply chains by the likes of Child Labor Free, Space Between and Sustainable Fashion. The three organisations are trying to create more dialogue around ethics, sustainability and fashion in light of NZFW.