SK-II continues to drive beauty sales, while mid-priced products sold better than appliances in grooming.
The capsule collections include a mix of apparel, footwear and accessories.
Like her new cover shoot with Nicole Kidman, Schorr is bringing a different kind of eroticism to Vanity Fair’s pages under Radhika Jones.
Faena shares his life story, from building a fashion company in Argentina to developing high-end hotels in Miami and Buenos Aires, in "Alchemy and Creative Collaboration."
The deal brings the Sandro and Maje labels to more Chinese consumers.
A wave of high-tech design and virtual prototyping tools are good for business — and the planet.
WWD spoke to five students or recent graduates based in France, Finland, Switzerland and the Netherlands working to reduce textile waste within fashion design.
The ecological-native Generation Z is pushing fashion education to rethink its approach to sustainability.
The former Berluti executive replaces Antonio Seward.
The American designer previously worked at New York label Thom Browne, most recently as design director of men’s and women’s collections.
What is a gender-balanced company? WWD looks at how women comprise leadership at sustainable companies like Unilever, Patagonia etc.
Plantable and compostable packaging is a fast-growing niche.
It’s the first direct-to-consumer brand incubated by Puig Futures, and is fronted by illustrations of notable women.
The lingerie line may be the struggling retailer's attempt to win back market share.
With a portfolio of more than 50 textile trade shows, the company, jointly held by the city of Frankfurt and the federal state of Hesse, has held a quasi-monopoly on sustainable fashion fairs for almost a decade.
Voluntary codes of conduct have not been enough, so now Germany is following France and the U.K. in trying to legislate businesses into doing good. By 2020, bad behavior could be punishable by multi-million-dollar fines and jail time for executives.
Designers spun a variety of narratives for the spring 2020 bridal season in New York.
Sustainability concerns run the gamut from ingredient sourcing to carbon footprint reduction and the recyclability of packaging.
China’s apparel manufacturing sector is leading the sustainability push in the country.
The first fashion marketable founded in 1994, BasicNet controls a portfolio of iconic brands, including Kappa, K-Way, Sebago and Superga.