WWD looks back at some of the supermodel’s most memorable catwalks in honor of her 50th birthday.
The extended partnership will accelerate activities for the two companies in Japan.
The coronavirus outbreak is reshaping retail, and companies will need to adjust.
Channeling the feel-good effect of the Fifties era, retro maillots and bikinis have emerged as a prominent trend in swimwear.
The beauty vlogger and brand founder is under fire for his ill-themed makeup collection amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A look at what some of fashion's insiders posted on social media this week.
DRINK UP: Through an exclusive licensing deal with IMG, AB InBev will be reaching out to consumers in Europe and the Middle East beyond beer bottles. The multiyear partnership has been put in place to line up licensed products including fashion ones for Budweiser, Stella Artois, Beck’s, Leffe and other brands. In addition to beer-branded apparel, drinkers and teetotalers alike may have the option of buying licensed food and home and garden products from their favorite beer labels. The focus on Europe is in line with the conglomerate’s heritage. Anheuser-Busch InBev is the world’s leading brewer. Based in Leuven, Belgium, the company has about 175,000 employees around the globe, including 12,000 in Europe. In addition to its Global Innovation Center in its home city, AB InBev has offices and breweries in 18 European Union member states. AB InBev has had a bumpy few months financially, as bars, clubs and restaurants shut down due to the pandemic. First-quarter core profit was $3.95 billion, representing a 13.7 percent drop compared to last year. Despite its global volume declining by 32 percent in April, company brass recently pointed to green shoots of a recovery in China and South Korea, where businesses are reopening. As the shutdown has
“Meg is the energy we were looking for," said Rihanna.
Despite a recent surge in subscriptions, the magazine is making steep cuts to employees.
The couple has agreed to a plea deal in the case that made headlines in 2019.
As American consumer confidence spirals, a sense of stability emerges in Asia.
EShopWorld saw 77 percent growth in order volume in April year-over-year, with apparel, footwear and sporting equipment among key categories for growth.
Brands that are able to convey accurate expectations of product availability and delivery windows can win customers and gain market share, according to Dynamic Yield.
A conversation with Donna Karan is never linear or, goodness knows, dull. Though the main purpose of this interview to discuss slower fashion in the post COVID-19 world, Donna started elsewhere, with her early academic challenges — she failed typing and draping. Yes, the Jersey Queen failed draping. But she didn’t linger there, moving on through assorted digressions, including these tidbits. God Save Their Queen “I was a kid at Anne Klein when I met the Queen of England in Bloomingdale’s, in the summer with my winter clothes on. She was coming to New York and she came to Bloomingdale’s. I almost had a heart attack. I had to go and practice with Calvin and Ralph: ‘It’s so nice to meet you, Your Majesty.’ I will never forget that as long as I live. When she came up, we weren’t allowed to look at her until she put her hand down. We had a complete practice to do it. I was in the subway in a blue suit and a hat and gloves because I had to wear gloves. I had to go on the subway because I didn’t want my clothes to get wrinkles. So this guy says, ‘Hey lady, you look
Donna Karan has long predicted that too-early deliveries would ruin fashion. In the wake of COVID-19, others finally believe her.
The event will have exclusive products from more than 30 brands and artists, panels, interviews, musical performances and DJ sets.
The model has settled the lawsuit over her Instagram post related to the failed 2017 music festival.
On Friday, the brand will host a user-generated digital fashion week on its Instagram account.
Photographer Mark Seliger has teamed with Christie’s to auction 25 archival photos to aid global coronavirus relief efforts.
The New York-based organization champions designers of color.