With solar power installations on factory roofs in Bangladesh, BESTSELLER will contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in textile factories producing clothes and shoes for the fashion industry.
Inspired by nature and spiderwebs, this partnership displays an entirely new way of creating textile fibre. The result is a statement piece from BESTSELLER’s menswear brand JACK & JONES, available online with a global reach.
Following record growth in 2021-22, BESTSELLER expects more challenging market conditions in the coming year. The first months of BESTSELLER's new financial year indicates a normalisation across the fashion industry and conditions affecting the global economy and therefore also clothes shoppers.
After record year and despite headwinds: BESTSELLER colleagues will be rewarded with an extraordinary bonus of an extra month’s salary. 18,000 colleagues will receive the bonus, corresponding to a total amount of DKK 300 million. The extraordinary recognition has been given despite BESTSELLER being challenged by global uncertainties.
The public and independent mediation and complaints-handling institution, NCP Denmark has rejected a complaint over BESTSELLER and acknowledges BESTSELLER's procedures for and work to ensure responsible production conditions in Myanmar.
Last week, BESTSELLER UK re-opened its showroom in the heart of London. The new showroom is a stylish high-tech fashion hub in the heart of London’s trendy Shoreditch.
The Danish Innovation Fund has granted DKK 106.5 million for a mission-driven partnership, which will support research within the circular economy for plastics and textiles in Denmark until 2050. BESTSELLER is among the 92 partners that must contribute to the green transition through one out of four national missions.
Drum roll: after an impressive presentation and successful event during Copenhagen Fashion Week, the winner of BESTSELLER’s Circular Design Challenge has been found.