The artist is working on a complementary book that "would share the information I wish I'd had, the kind of book you'd want to find in a doctor's office."
This forced labor is connected to Western supply chains and consumers, as Xinjiang produces over 80 percent of China’s cotton.
Having worked with Google, Intel, Microsoft, Cirque du Soleil and others, Anouk Wipprecht recognizes how tech-driven design is attracting non fashion companies.
Fans of the publication, including the launch event's sponsor, Gucci, had long clamored for an English-language edition.
He became editor in chief of the British men's fashion magazine in 2015.
The project made its debut in one of the brand’s key stores in Milan.
The facility, where handbags and small leather goods are produced, was presented on Thursday by Sidney Toledano, Antonio Belloni and ceo Séverine Merle.
The designer will be reunited with his former colleague Louise Trotter at the Paris-based Lacoste.
Pharrell Williams, Sofia Coppola and Soo Joo Park helped celebrate the fifth stop of the exhibition's tour.
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Fast-fashion retailer Yandy has revealed its best-selling, pop-culture-themed Halloween costumes.
“A lot of sneaker collectors never even wear their sneakers,” said curatorial director Justin Fredericks. Nike's rare “Moon Shoe” sold for $437,500 at auction this year.
Their aim is to preserve bees and biodiversity, to ensure food security around the globe.
McKinsey & Co. released a report today finding that the fashion industry may be ready for overhaul sooner than expected.
Protests against the jailing of Catalonian separatist leaders have resulted in sales declines at retailers of up to 25 percent.
Holmes eventually collected herself to tell the musician it was nice to meet him, albeit shakily.
The brand is backed by Dutch showroom Parrot, which is behind retail hits such as Bernadette, Kassl and Wandler.
MILAN — La Perla Fashion Holding NV, which operates the Italian luxury lingerie label La Perla, has launched a subsidiary dedicated to the beauty business. Named La Perla Beauty, the latest addition in the company structure will focus on developing luxury fragrance, cosmetics and skin care, leveraging the opportunity to engage with a broader consumer audience. According to a statement, the La Perla brand will be licensed on an exclusive basis to the new subsidiary, which will be operated and managed independently from other subsidiaries of the group. As reported, in 2017 the brand inked a five-year licensing agreement with fragrance manufacturer and distributor CB Beauty, which included the development, production and distribution of La Perla’s beauty portfolio. The deal quickly resulted in the worldwide launch of a new fragrance family and a scent named “La Mia Perla.” Reached on Thursday, La Perla declined to comment about the future of the standing licensing agreement with CB Beauty. As reported, last month La Perla Fashion Holding NV listed its shares on the Euronext Growth Market, operated by Euronext Paris. At that time, the company said no capital would be raised in connection with the listing, either through a public offering or a private placement of theRead More...
The New York shop will be open through Sunday at Roll & Hill on Mercer Street in SoHo.
Guests including Michael Shannon, Amber Tamblyn, Ben Foster, Emily Meade, Imogen Poots and Nick Robinson showed their support on Wednesday night.