An end-of-week round up of all the biggest business stories in fashion.
Hearst will begin hosting Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book magazine on its publishing platform, MediaOS, and oversee distribution and digital advertising. The newly-formed CR Fashion Book Ltd., led by Roitfeld’s son Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, the company’s president, will publish a bi-annual print edition of CR Fashion Book. via Business of Fashion
New York-based women’s fashion line Suno has ceased operations. “After eight extraordinary years, we have decided to close this chapter and let this resort collection be our last delivery,” said Suno founder and CEO Max Osterweis. Via Business of Fashion
Workers at Topshop’s online distribution center in Shirley, West Midlands, England have announced plans to strike on Cyber Monday due to a dispute over their hourly wages. “According to GMB Union, the workers’ claim for hourly wages of 8.45 pounds, or $10.40, as set by the U.K.’s Living Wage Foundation, was rejected by the company. They are currently being paid the national minimum wage of 7.20 pounds, or $8.97 per hour.” Via WWD
Stella McCartney spoke about sustainability in fashion at annual Kering Talk at London College of Fashion, stated 53% of her women’s line can be considered sustainable and menswear line is at 45%, added that it’s time more people in fashion industry get on board. Via Forbes
Ivanka Trump has taken steps to separate herself from her fashion brand. “Effective today, you’ll notice a shift in our social channels. Follow @IvankaTrumpHQ on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter to get the latest on #WomenWhoWork, The Skill Set, fashion stories and the rest of the content we’re creating each week. Keep following @IvankaTrump on all channels for Ivanka’s personal feed.” Via Ivanka Trump
Image above via Kering Facebook.