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Mulsanne Group is an investment holding company that works with international brands to operate over 2,000 stores in China.

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Esprit China Business Reboot Starts With Shutting All Stores

Apr 15, 2020

Martin Gerten/EPA/Shutterstock Hong Kong-based retailer Esprit is shutting all its stores in mainland China by May 31, including the newly unveiled flagship in Beijing, in order to reboot the brand under the newly formed China joint venture with Mulsanne Group, a men’s wear manufacturer backed by L Catterton. Yong Yu, founder and chief executive officer of Mulsanne Group, revealed the decision with Jiemian, a Chinese news agency. “The brand’s transformation in the past hasn’t achieved great success. We will reshape Esprit’s existing positioning, channels and products,” he said. “We hope that Esprit will be completely different from now, in terms of channels, pricing, brand image and consumer portraits. Product design will be done by us. For the stores, instead of doing big stores like H&M and Zara, we will adjust to 100- to 200-square-meter stores in shopping malls targeting the new generation,” he added. Heavy markdowns are happening across its sales channels. Its Tmall store and WeChat stores introduced up to 80 percent off discounts from early April. Its outlet units in Beijing and Shanghai are offering 90 to 95 percent off. Esprit’s store in Shanghai Bailian Zhonghuan Commerce Plaza revealed its closure on WeChat from April 16, while several stores in Beijing also confirmed they will cease operations soon. Esprit’s WeChat official account also said its membership program will terminate on May 31. Esprit is offering up to 80 percent off discount on its WeChat store and Tmall store. Screenshot/WWD Mulsanne Group and Esprit contributed 60 percent and 40 percent, respectively, of capital to the China joint venture, which was established last December. The deal covers mainland China and excludes Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR and Taiwan region. @LadyGaga is bringing together some of today’s biggest celebrities to benefit the coronavirus relief efforts.⁣⁣⁣⁣The “One World: Together at Home” global special is a joint effort between the Oscar-winning singer, the World Health Organization and Global Citizen to bring together some of today’s biggest musicians and celebrities to celebrate health-care workers on the frontline of the pandemic and to raise awareness for the WHO’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.⁣⁣⁣⁣Lady Gaga has already worked with both organizations to solicit donations from several global companies, raising $35 million for the fund.⁣⁣⁣⁣From the lengthy list of performers and presenters to how to stream the virtual concert, tap the link in bio for everything you need to know about the “One World: Together at Home” global special.⁣⁣⁣⁣Report: @laylailchi⁣⁣—⁣#wwdfashion⁣#ladygaga⁣#oneworldtogetherathome ⁣#WHO⁣#covid19 Financial influencers have gained authority amid coronavirus. ⁣⁣⁣⁣With social media consumption on the increase as users self-quarantine, fin-fluencers are experiencing as much as a fourfold surge in views. Search interest in the stimulus package, housing market and credit card debt has the Internet’s money gurus churning out extra content to meet their followers’ demands.⁣⁣⁣⁣Haley Sacks, whose Internet persona is @MrsDowJones, said she is “working harder than I’ve ever worked in my life.” A self-proclaimed “financial pop star,” as stated in her Instagram bio, Sacks is known to reference popular culture in explaining financial and job-related topics to her 140,000 followers. In a recent video, she equates a romantic relationship from the viral Netflix show “Love Is Blind” to being furloughed by a company.⁣⁣⁣Sacks recently launched MDJ Stimulus, an eight-week educational program that touches on themes such as personal finance, giving back, taxes and health care.⁣⁣⁣⁣Tap the link in bio for more. ⁣⁣⁣⁣Report: @alexa_tietjen ⁣⁣—⁣#wwdbusiness⁣#wwdinfluence⁣#influencer ⁣#finance ⁣#finfluencer After lockdown, will men still want to buy suits?⁣⁣⁣⁣The trend for fall was all about a more dressed-up, tailored look. But that was before the coronavirus had men WFH for weeks in sweatpants and T-shirts.⁣⁣⁣⁣So when the situation finally normalizes and men are able to return to their offices — whenever that may be — will the once-expected popularity of tailored clothing become a reality, or a lost opportunity?⁣⁣⁣⁣Designers and retailers remain upbeat, expecting pent-up demand to spur sales of suits and sport coats as guys happily ditch their work-from-home attire and get dressed up when they can finally get back to the office.⁣⁣⁣⁣Sander Lak, creative director of Sies Marjan, too, believes men will be itching to get dressed up again as soon as they can.⁣⁣⁣⁣“We have actually been talking about this a lot, as many of my team members have joked about living in their sweats and I think we are all getting a bit sick of it. I think after we no longer have to social distance, everyone will be racing to the bars and restaurants and exploring the rest of their closets. I think that there is a way to still dress relaxed, and comfortably without having to live in your sweatsuit.”⁣⁣⁣⁣At the link in bio designers dish on tailored’s return. ⁣⁣⁣⁣Report: @jeanpalmieri with contributions from Samantha Conti, Alessandra Turra, Luisa Zargani⁣⁣⁣—⁣#wwdfashion⁣#suits⁣#tailoring⁣#prada⁣ @LVMH has pivoted its annual Prize for Young Designers into a solidarity fund.⁣⁣⁣⁣Like the @CFDA, which repurposed its CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund initiative into a grant for brands facing severe financial hardship because of the coronavirus pandemic, LVMH has canceled the final of the seventh edition of its prize, initially scheduled for June 5.⁣⁣⁣⁣Instead of vying for the main prize of 300,000 euros, the eight finalists will each receive 40,000 euros, Jean-Paul Claverie, an adviser to LVMH chairman and chief executive officer Bernard Arnault and head of corporate philanthropy at LVMH, told WWD in an exclusive interview.⁣⁣⁣⁣Tap the link in bio for more. ⁣⁣⁣⁣Report: @jdiderich⁣⁣—⁣#wwdfashion⁣#lvmh⁣#lvmhprize ⁣#pandemic ⁣

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