Lindex is re-launching its baby assortment with a new collection made from sustainable materials. The baby clothes are made from organic cotton or recycled materials and the organic cotton products are always GOTS certified. The garments are of high quality, designed for everyday life and made to last over time.
Lindex expanded One Bag Habit to all its markets in the beginning of 2018 and has continued the significant decrease of plastic bag consumption in all its stores. Only about 30 per cent of Lindex customers have chosen to buy a bag during the year and the fashion brand donates about 594 000 EUR to sustainable development.
Lindex release the collection and Lookbook for SS19. Style before trend continues to be important and for the coming spring the pieces are carefully selected to show a more clean and yet a feminine expression.
In October, Lindex joins forces with its customers to support the fight against breast cancer. With several products designed for the campaign and a selection of accessories, Lindex will raise money to cancer research and increase awareness about breast cancer.
The Swedish founded fashion retailer Lindex continues to develop its online offer. This time together with the global fashion hub ASOS who are offering a selection of Lindex lingerie and nightwear to customers all over the world.
Lindex has released their AW18 collection and Lookbook. This is at the heart of our well-dressed wardrobe, focusing on design with long-term appeal and quality. The collection features contrasts between soft and sharp, functional and beautiful to reflect a personal and creative approach to dressing. A refined wardrobe of long-lasting elevated classics.
To strengthen its competitiveness and position as an Omni channel actor, Lindex has signed with the online partner Nelly. The major online player is now offering a selection of Lindex Lingerie and more of Lindex concepts may follow.
Kids´ wear has been a big part of Lindex customer offer for a long time and the kids´ department has had its obvious place in the stores. As part of the focus with new store concepts the fashion company now opens its first concept store with kids’ wear.
Today Lindex sustainability report for 2017 is released. The fashion company shows progress within several areas, as a result of dedicated sustainability work with partnership, innovation and transparency in the centre.
Lindex launches Sustainable Woman and includes the customer’s wellbeing in its sustainability goals. With 98 per cent female customers and as a major player in an industry that affects women, the fashion company now takes the next step to contribute to wellbeing and a sustainable everyday life.
Lindex and WaterAid are launching a joint project to increase the access to clean drinking water and sanitation as well as improved hygiene in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The project is focused to an area in Dhaka where many textile workers who produce clothes for Lindex live. The project aims to empower women and girls, and is part of Lindex dedicated sustainability work with women and water.
For the second year in a row Lindex highlighted International Women´s Day by donating 119 000 euro of the sales from March 8th to HERhealth – an initiative for increased knowledge about health and access to health care among female textile workers.
Inspired by unique artwork, Lindex is now launching “Art Meets Fashion”, a fun, inspirational and expressive fashion collection by women, for women — and for all those who want to pay tribute to women.
The consumption of bags in Lindex Swedish stores has decreased significant since the launch of One Bag Habit on June 1, 2017. Only about 30 per cent of Lindex customers have chosen to buy a bag which means that Lindex now to donates 280 000 euro to STEPS and WaterAid.
Lindex Lookbook for SS18 shows a clean expression, navy sailor influences flirting with French femininity. The collection is built around fashion-classics made in a modern mix of new materials, textures and colors.
Susanne Ehnbåge, M.Sc.(Econ.), born 1979, has been appointed CEO of Lindex. She will start in this position at the latest in August 2018. Susanne Ehnbåge will report to Lauri Veijalainen, Lindex Chairman of the Board and Stockmann’s CEO, and she will also be a member of the Stockmann Management Team.
Camilla Harfeld Petersen has been appointed new Country Manager for Lindex Norway. Camilla has a solid experience from the fashion industry and comes from Bestseller, as Country Manager for Vero Moda. Camilla starts her position at Lindex in the beginning of April.
Lindex joins as partner in Closely, a new Swedish underwear brand for women. The partnership is part of Lindex's work to create new growth opportunities. Behind Closely are two of Sweden's best-known creatives, Tove Langseth and Filip Nilsson.
We have discovered that a snap-on bracelet with a cat head is incorrectly constructed and does not meet Lindex’s safety requirements. The metal component inside the bracelet is not properly protected which means that its sharp edges may pose a risk of injury.
Lindex is performing well, as indicated by its interim result and sales from the third quarter. The fashion company maintains its strong performance, demonstrating improved result and increased sales in all markets.
Lindex launches the ‘Lindex Code of Conduct’ with a strong focus on gender equality. The new code of conduct makes Lindex one of the first major fashion companies to integrate gender equality in its basic requirements for textile production and all business partnerships.
Lindex is one of Europe’s leading fashion brands, with approximately 460 stores in 18 markets and sales online. Lindex offers inspiring and affordable fashion for the fashion interested and conscious woman. The assortment includes several different concepts within women’s wear, kids’ wear, lingerie and cosmetics. Lindex sustainability promise is to make a difference for future generations by empowering women, respecting the planet and ensuring human rights.