Under ceo Fabian Garcia, Revlon plans to grow into a $5 billion company in five years.
Lagerfeld likely will join Lauren in dressing the incoming First Lady.
Commerce-Secretary designate Ross outlined his trade philosophy at his Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday.
The company’s plans call for store closures with a greater focus on the firm’s digital presence and licensing deals.
Artist turned jeweler Yael Kanarek launches politically inclined line of necklaces.
The collection had a punk feel, with magnified houndstooth fabrics patchworked with black leather for vests and jackets.
The upcoming sale will include photographs by Helmut Newton and a sculpture of Kate Moss by Marc Quinn.
The pro-economic globalization remarks by Xi mark a turning point in multilateral diplomacy.
Elizabeth, who has modeled for Miu Miu, Tory Burch, Oscar de la Renta and other houses, was on the runway with Aldridge in the Victoria’s Secret show in Paris in November.
He started a retirement plan on Wednesday and is in discussions with potential purchasers.
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.
David Perpich will head up business and editorial operations for the Times’ new acquisition, The Wirecutter.
Time Inc. let go of 30 people Wednesday, and reshuffled the fashion sales team, following a tough year at InStyle.
Theresa May was photographed for the magazine by Annie Leibovitz.
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