‘We need to get a real balance’: The fight to save a dying fashion industry

Facing extinction, the fashion industry is facing its greatest threat since it was founded.

The rise of digital platforms, like Instagram, has made the retail industry more open to online retailers and their millions of customers, but has also meant that the majority of fashion retailers are now selling clothing online and not in their stores.

This has led to a significant rise in the number of online retailers in the fashion market, with some leading the charge.

“I think we need to start thinking about a really serious balance in terms of the supply chain,” said Paul Koehler, the CEO of online retailer Fendi, who has previously served as a senior fashion industry executive.

“We need a system of retail that is really good for consumers and good for the industry and the retailers themselves.

We’re going to have to rethink the way we do business.”

While the fashion retail market is growing, the amount of goods being sold online is also on the rise.

Koehlman said that while he had never shopped online before, the rise of social media sites like Instagram and Snapchat had made it possible for him to see his brand in new ways.

“You’ve got the Instagram generation and they’re not only Instagrams but they’re also Snapchatters.

They’re taking things to the next level.

You’ve got a brand like Fendi who is the largest designer retailer in the world, and now you’ve got brands like [T-Mobile] who are buying into Instagram.

That’s the next step.”‘

We’re not a bunch of old people’ Fendi was founded in 1929 and is one of the world’s largest luxury retailers, with a market share of over 30%.

But its success has come at a high price.

Its founder, architect and first CEO, Alfredo Pascual, is known for his eccentric and sometimes controversial fashion styles, and his legacy remains controversial.

But Fendi has survived for the last 50 years, thanks to its deep roots in the Italian fashion industry.

“It’s been a great business and I’m very proud of the fact that I’ve been in business for 50 years,” Pascua said.

“But at the same time, the challenge is that there are a lot of old age people who want to buy from us and they don’t understand the importance of the business, the importance and the value of the brand.”

Koehler said that in his opinion, Fendi is a product of the Italian revolution and its cultural transformation.

“The Italian fashion revolution was very different from the way it was portrayed in the West,” he said.

The Italian fashion renaissance, which began in the 1960s, began with the arrival of the first luxury designer and eventually led to the creation of the new couture movement in the 1970s.

This coincided with a boom in the international fashion industry, with the emergence of the high-end brands of the 1960 and 70s.

“This was the moment when people were saying, ‘Well, this is the beginning of the end of the old fashion’,” Koehn said.

Kiehlman, the Fendi founder, says that this “revolution” was “the most important and important moment in the history of the industry”.

“It brought the big companies to the table.

They took the time to create the products, they created the culture, they were very, very successful.”

In a world that had previously seen the high prices of the fashion sector, the new world of digital commerce, and the rising popularity of Instagram, Koehoffer says that the Italian luxury market is in a state of crisis.

“What we’re witnessing is the rebirth of the great Italian brand, which was never seen before,” he added.

“And what we’re seeing in the United States is the resurrection of the same old fashion, the same type of luxury, but for a lower price.”

In the US, the fashions of the 90s and 00s are being resurrected, with designer labels like Marc Jacobs and Alexander Wang taking the lead in creating new trends, and fashion house labels like Balenciaga and Gucci bringing in new trends to the industry.

But while Koeohlman believes that the US market is thriving, the global luxury industry is in dire need of support.

“If we’re going on this journey, if we’re really going to save the fashion economy, then we need a new strategy,” he told Al Jazeera.

“For me, that strategy has to be about being a consumer brand.

If you’re a consumer, you don’t buy anything, you go to a store.

You go online and you buy clothes.”

A future without Fendi In an interview with Al Jazeera, Kiehlin, who also serves as the CEO and founder of the International Fashion Council, said that he would be happy to sell his entire collection if the industry had a future. “Fendi