Suzy Menkes has been reviewing fashion for decades and saw no reason to exclude Dolce & Gabbana. The Internet saw differently.
The Google chief executive officer fielded questions ranging from basic tech to privacy.
Both American Eagle and Aerie brands are "on fire," says exec.
Billionaire real estate developer Charles Cohen purchased a majority interest in the Savile Row label in early 2017.
Retailers are balancing shaving choices with more options such as waxing.
Chiara Ferragni is one of the influencers investigated for surreptitious advertising of designs by Ferretti with the Alitalia logo.
Radial will implement "LocusBots" to help optimize its warehouse efficiencies and workplace quality.
Ugo Giorcelli joined the Florence-based company in March 2016 under previous ceo Eraldo Poletto.
Curly consumers spend heavily on products for their tresses. Here a model shows off her style as shown during NaturallyCurly’s Texture on the Runway event. Getty Images for NaturallyCurly Retailers continue to bolster selections of products for consumers with textured hair. According to research from NaturallyCurly’s 2018 TextureTrends report, that strategy should continue to boost hair-care category transactions, especially in the mass market which dominates sales. The just-released report finds that curly consumers spend more each year on hair products than any other texture type — an average of $247 versus an average of $139 for naturally straight-hair consumers. The study finds that textured hair consumers are product junkies with more than half of them buying hair products at least once a month. More than one-third of curly and coily consumers purchase hair products at least twice a month. The results suggest retailers continue to zero in on the textured-hair shopper, said Michelle Breyer, co-founder of TextureMedia. “From a pure economic perspective — her willingness to try new brands, her constant hunt for new products, the amount she’s willing to spend on individual products and her total annual spend — this consumer should be front and center. Any brand or retailer who isn’t making texture aRead More...
Located inside a former archbishop seminary on Corso Venezia, the hotel will be flanked by restaurants, a fitness center and a shopping arcade, which rumors say will be managed by retailer Antonia.
The company’s ceo talks about the future following its acquisition of Flight Club and Black Friday test with augmented reality.
Former employees who were pregnant or disabled say they were discriminated against.
Dr. Murad is launching a new step in the skin-care regimen, which is designed to not only help users get to sleep faster but to accelerate nighttime skin repair.
The survey polled more than 4,700 consumers and 1,200 store associates.
MAN UP: J.W. Anderson, one of London’s most anticipated shows, figures among the new additions to the Paris men’s calendar for January, joining a stellar lineup of heavy hitters and fresh talent. The move marks a change of strategy for the brand, which last December shifted to a coed display timed with the British capital’s women’s fashion weeks. During the week, founder Jonathan Anderson will also be presenting Loewe’s inaugural men’s show, as the house’s creative director, with the date yet to be confirmed, the Chambre Syndicale confirmed on Tuesday. Among heavy-hitter additions to the week, Celine will stage its first men’s show, mere months after creative director Hedi Slimane launched its men’s wear division during a coed show on Sept. 28. The show may include a handful of women’s designs. Givenchy is also switching back to the men’s wear fashion calendar, with a presentation planned for Jan. 16, as reported, with Kris Van Assche set to present his first main collection for Berluti. Other brands scheduled to present on the official runway schedule, representing an international mix of newcomers and returning brands, include Raf Simons, which presented off-schedule in Paris last season after three seasons in New York, Vetements, Jil Sander, HeronRead More...
Next year, Room partners with Daniel Reynolds, who's designed patterns for Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Kate Spade.
Yin was instrumental in the relaunch of the French couture house after a 90-year hiatus.
Stanley Chao is author of "Selling to China" and managing director of All in Consulting, assisting Westerners in their Eastern business.
Stuart Weitzman’s former ceo is redefining luxury fashion sneakers for both men and women.
Partnering with fin-tech payment provider, QuadPay, Offtrack hopes to further democratize their leather leggings.