Consolidations are said to take place this week in advance of a trove of annual meetings.
As Dior and Schiaparelli mark anniversaries, Versace has canceled its Atelier Versace couture show in favor of client events.
The fashion community is in wait-and-see mode as President Trump kicks off his agenda.
Pau Sabria, cofounder of Olapic, explains.
Universal Standard is a direct-to-consumer brand for women sizes 10 to 28.
The jewelry designer and artist’s work is on display at Van Cleef & Arpels’ Ecole des Arts Joailliers until Feb. 1.
Backed by Khosla Ventures, Greycroft Partners, Nordstrom and Bonobos’ Andy Dunn, the customization web site aims to triple sales in 2017.
Farla Efros, president of HRC Retail Advisory, highlights key findings from consumer survey.
Executives from Google, Pinterest and Hudson Bay Co. are confirmed to speak.
The designer is expanding on his men’s assortment of basics with a ready-to-wear line that will be sold exclusively on Matchesfashion.
Keanu Reeves and Lily Collins premiere drama “To The Bone,” while Chloe Sevigny returns to Sundance 2017 with “Golden Exits.”
The investment fund is venturing beyond fashion and into new categories with its purchase of a 43 percent stake in French eyewear brand Jimmy Fairly.
The Argentine style icon will feature in a catalogue shot by Quentin Jones.
Soon-to-be First Lady Melania Trump finds herself in a situation unique among first ladies, with many designers staunchly opposed to dressing her on ideological grounds.
Hunsinger, who most recently served as chief revenue officer of Golf, leaves the company after 36 years.
Farneti, who was at the helm of GQ, succeeds late Franca Sozzani.
Esquire TV Network will live on esquire.com, after four years on cable.
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