April 1, 2020
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Jaguar Land Rover deploys fleet of cars to support emergency responders worldwide
British automaker Jaguar Land Rover has deployed more than 160 vehicles worldwide to support emergency response organizations during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Net-A-Porter reopens U.S. store even as warehouses are closed
Online retailer Net-A-Porter is open again for business in the United States after finding a workaround to take orders from customers even as its distribution centers remain closed.
Kering’s Pomellato, DoDo jewelry brands, with $109K donation, take stand against domestic abuse in housebound Italy
Kering-owned jewelers Pomellato and DoDo have launched an awareness campaign and crowdfunding effort to take a stand against the upsurge in incidents of domestic abuse in Italy during the ongoing period of mandatory confinement.
CARES Act: What it means for US consumers in simple terms
As we are all dealing with the effects of COVID-19 on our lives, I want to share the main highlights of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act and how to protect yourself and your family.
Capri Holdings’ Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo open pockets for $3M COVID-19 relief
The donations also include contributions from the founders of the constituent fashion brands as they support health authorities, cherished causes and charities struggling with the fallout of COVID-19 as it devastates industry sectors including fashion and retail.
Luxury executives expect shutdowns to go on for months
Half of luxury leaders expect the COVID-19 crisis to go on for a few months before things go back to normal, and another 41 percent think that it will take several months to a year, calling for a tepid outlook in the business.