The former Hudson’s Bay chief is stepping in after Shelley Broader resigned.
The company plans to double its sales in men's wear and on digital platforms by 2023.
The French restaurant has a yakitori twist, with accessibility in mind.
Hemsworth's paisley, Larson's pastel, and everything in between.
From feathered frocks and minidresses to white attire for the wedding weekend, here are the top five trends of the season.
“We have such a large Tristate consumer base, going to New York was always something we wanted to do from the start,” said Hudson.
Beckham will stage a fashion presentation in November to raise money for children’s health charities.
The two have signed a "very long-term agreement," according to Edgar Huber, Coty Luxury president.
These conversations started with one primary question: How does a manufacturing-based industry like fashion reconcile sustainability with growth? From there, numerous industry leaders in the forefront of the drive toward increased environmental consciousness wended in all sorts of provocative directions. Here is environmental scientist Linda Greer's take.
In New York for the U.S. release of the art book "Kenzo Takada," the designer discussed the highs and lows of the state of fashion.
These conversations started with one primary question: How does a manufacturing-based industry like fashion reconcile sustainability with growth? From there, numerous industry leaders in the forefront of the drive toward increased environmental consciousness wended in all sorts of provocative directions. Here's Eileen Fisher's take.
Amazon was given a warrant to buy 1.7 million Kohl’s shares as the retailer agreed to accept the web giant’s returns at all of its stores.
These conversations started with one primary question: How does a manufacturing-based industry like fashion reconcile sustainability with growth? From there, numerous industry leaders in the forefront of the drive toward increased environmental consciousness wended in all sorts of provocative directions. Here is Marie-Claire Daneu's take.
The Italian luxury company has teamed with graffiti artist Pref for the capsule and, for two styles of sunglasses, with South Korean brand Gentle Monster.
Saks Fifth Avenue likes its exclusives. The luxury retailer has partnered with Virgil Alboh’s Off-White and its Fine Arts capsule collection of men’s and women’s ready-to-wear, sneakers, handbags and soft accessories, which is getting full exposure on saks.com and at the Saks flagship. The Fifth Avenue windows showcase the collection as well as an art-inspired visual installation designed for Saks by Off-White. Saks chief merchant Tracy Margolies and Abloh are hosting a private dinner tonight at L’Avenue at Saks to celebrate Saks’ exclusive launch of the collection. Priced from $130 to $1,585, the Fine Arts collection is inspired by architecture, music, painting, literature, sculpture and acting. Off-White was launched online in late 2013, held its first showroom presentation in Paris the next year with designs suggesting Bauhaus, sports apparel and Caravaggio, and has established a signature of thick diagonal stripes. The label belongs to New Guards Group in Milan. “Off-White brings a unique viewpoint and creativity to the fashion world. The brand challenged the status quo,” Margolies told WWD. Saks windows showcase Off-White’s Fine Arts capsule collection. Read More...
The retailer has raised more than $600,000 for the organization since 2010.
The partnership aims to give the next generation of fashion designers more AI smarts.
The supermodel-turned-entrepreneur has long championed diversity and believes that the message must come from the top.
Andrew Carnie, president of Anthropologie Home, Garden and International, leaves as the company struggles with declining same-store sales.
Thomas Kingsbury is stepping down as chairman, president and chief executive officer of Burlington Stores Inc. and will be succeeded in the ceo role by Michael O’Sullivan, former president and chief operating officer of Ross Stores Inc. As part of the succession plan, Jennifer Vecchio, Burlington’s chief merchandising officer, has been appointed to the new role of president and chief merchandising officer. She continues to be responsible for merchandising and planning, and will also oversee marketing and strategy. “Given our tremendous progress and the strong foundation we have established, the board and I believe now is the right time to transition to new leadership,” said Kingsbury. “Michael brings extensive experience and a proven record of success in the off-price retail business, and his team-oriented leadership style makes him a natural fit for our organization.” “Jennifer has outstanding merchandising and leadership skills, strong relationships with the vendor community and a deep understanding of our business model. She is an energetic and inspirational leader,” Kingsbury added. O’Sullivan commented, “Under Tom’s leadership, Burlington has delivered outstanding operating results. Looking forward, I continue to see additional potential for comparable store sales growth, expansion of the store fleet, and improvement in operating margins.” John J. Mahoney, Burlington’s lead independent directorRead More...