The luxury brand targeted dozens of websites that it said sold fake Gucci handbags, shoes and apparel.
Are Amazon e-commerce sites "notorious" due to counterfeits? Depends on whom you ask.
The event, held at The Paramour Estate, celebrated the French brand's new Elisa handbag, named in honor of muse Elisa Sednaoui Dellal.
The collaboration with François Laffanour of Galerie Downtown features 17 original Pierre Jeanneret pieces, upholstered in Berluti’s Venezia leather.
The designers has quietly launched a men's wear range as part of his items-based THE Marc Jacobs collection.
Bluestar Alliance, LLC has completed its acquisition of Hurley International from Nike Inc. This confirms a report in WWD in late October. Terms of the deal between Bluestar Alliance and the $36.4 billion juggernaut Nike were not disclosed. Surfers were the first to embrace the Hurley brand which was started in Southern California in 1979 by the then-twentysomething Bob Hurley with partners Bob Rowland and Joe Knoernschild. Hurley had worked on surfboards for such companies as Lightning Bolt; Wind-an-Sea and Wave Tools. Nike acquired Hurley in 2002, when the then-Costa Mesa-based company generated annual sales of $70 million. Buying the brand started by surfing industry authority Bob Hurley gave Nike automatic credence into the surf, skateboard and snowboard category, which was new terrain for Nike at that time. With the mammoth support of Nike, Hurley broadened its reach beyond its SoCal roots to appeal to more international shoppers. Hurley stepped down as chief executive company from his namesake brand in 2015. Citing Bluestar’s momentum since its founding in 2007, the company’s chief executive officer Joseph Gabbay described Bluestar as “a premiere brand management and marketing company and Hurley is a pinnacle asset with a long runway of growth ahead. As surf culture resonates throughoutRead More...
Pharrell Williams and Hebru Brantley celebrated their Billionaire Boys Club and Addias collab with an Art Basel party Thursday night.
Dallas-based Neighborhood Goods has assembled more than 40 brands for its new store.
The designer has quietly launched a men's wear range as part of his items-based The Marc Jacobs collection.
Gamers descended on the Nintendo flagship in Rockefeller Center for the launch of the Nintendo Danielle Nicole collection.
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Willy Bogner has lined up a succession plan for Bogner, the skiwear and sportswear company that his family started in 1932. The 78-year-old namesake of the Munich-based company has reorganized his responsibility for the Willy Bogner GmbH & Co. KGaA by appointing Arndt Geiwitz as trustee to represent his interests as Bogner’s owner. In addition to ownership rights, the trustee will represent his entrepreneurial responsibility for the company. Bogner’s aim is to set up a long-term succession plan in the best interests of the company and its employees, and to try to ensure that the interests of the family are protected. Going forward, Bogner will focus on contributing to further development of the brand, design and fashion collections. In a statement, Bogner noted that working with the management board over the past two years the Bogner brand is back “on a successful course with attractive fashion collections.” Two years ago his model-turned-designer wife Sônia, who helped her husband modernize the family business, died after a long illness. Bogner said, “It is very important for me to ensure that our company, my life’s work, is set-up for a sustainable and successful future. There is still a lot of work ahead of us. At the age ofRead More...
The annual Pérez Art Museum Miami party was the place to be for the true art crowd on Thursday night.
Peter Dundas put together an exhibition of fashion illustrations for Art Basel, which he celebrated with models — how else? — Thursday night.
Shantell Martin, Tove Lo and Shepard Fairey were among the intimate crowd.
Retention is poised to be a top priority for retailers and brands to better engage customers and drive growth.
Dressed in a corduroy tux, the British rapper and singer took over the second-floor space of the Matchesfashion.com town house in London.
The fashion brand, owned by H&M's parent company, will offer a rental service on China's YCloset.
It centers around Hallmark’s “Christmas at Dollywood” film, and comes in stride with the retailer announcing a new chief digital officer.
Guests including Olivia Culpo and Rosario Dawson toasted the new issue at a dinner hosted at The Surf Lodge's Art Basel pop-up.