Shoppers carry armloads of clothes and accessories as they shop on the opening day of Swedish retailer's H & M store on New York's Fifth Ave., Friday afternoon March 31, 2000. From curious New Yorkers to European tourists, they piled into H&M's store on tony Fifth Avenue, combing through the racks filled with fashionable $9 shirts and $20 pairs of pants. The enthusiastic crowd offered a temporary distraction from troubles that beset H&M last week, when its chief executive quit and the company reported a 12 percent drop in projected quarterly profits [Richard Drew - AP]
Le 12h30

Le mouvement "Street Stitchers" encourage les Britanniques à s'habiller de manière plus responsable

2 min. - le 27 octobre 2021