The three-part video series features the brand’s Keyts, Anchor Logo and Bike bags.
One warm day and suddenly we're all dressing like Easter eggs?
Called Belei, the range sells serums, moisturizers and skin-care treatments for under $40.
With a side of Home Shopping Network-inspired camp.
Shop the best spring jacket trends from jean jackets to trench coats in honor of the first day of the season.
The Australian actress is a stylish shape-shifter
Facetiming, the fashion edition.
The book takes a seasonal approach to party hosting.
When Vogue meets the model and actress at the Greenwich Hotel for a rapid round of questions, she gives us the scoop on what a Bollywood set is like, the film that changed her life, and how many languages she speaks.
On April 19, the Latina actress, musician and influencer will become the face of the brand's first mascara.
The French investment fund has sold its remaining 4.8 percent of the fashion label.
The firm’s operating margin came in at 34.3 percent, below the record level of 2017.
Martin Margiela, Michaël Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak of M/M (Paris) and photographer Harley Weir are among the new jury members.
Roland Gossage, ceo of GroupBy Inc., shares insights into creating a luxury experience online.
“An Enquiring Mind: Manolo Blahnik at the Wallace Collection,” will run from June 10 until Sept. 1 and is a first for the designer and the London museum, a trove of fine and decorative arts and Old Master works.
The show raises the curtain on the entrepreneur’s deep involvement in the arts, architecture and fashion.
As J. Crew Group prepares to post its year-end and fourth quarter report today, the struggling company still seems a ways off from picking someone for the corner office, sources tell WWD. The chief executive officer’s slot has been vacant since the abrupt departure of Jim Brett last November after just 15 months into his mission to turn around the business. The retailer said at the time that a “mutual agreement” was reached by the board and Brett, but others said Brett was forced out and had disagreements with the board over strategy. The group, which includes J. Crew, Madewell and J. Crew Factory, has been interviewing candidates, including Stefan Larsson at one point. It’s unclear whether Larsson took himself out of the running for the J. Crew job, or if the group didn’t see the fit. “J. Crew is not an easy job,” said one source. “Stefan may not have been interested.” After successful stints working for Old Navy and H&M, Larsson was the ceo of the Ralph Lauren Corp. from November 2015 to May 2017. He had less success there than in his earlier retail jobs, and departed after clashes over strategy with founder Ralph Lauren. Currently running J. CrewRead More...