Fashion executives, designers and artists turned out to remember the former president and creative director for Nancy Gonzalez.
Organic sales at Gucci rose 48.3 percent, their strongest increase in two decades, as luxury clients clamored for Alessandro Michele’s distinctive designs.
Nordstrom was dragged into the social media spotlight, again, as Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe claimed the retailer doesn’t value authenticity.
The event drew Martha Stewart, Katie Couric, Lydia Polgreen and Public School’s Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne.
The retail industry is in dire straits, but all is not lost.
Catherine Quin’s June 12 installation and show will be near a Yayoi Kusama pumpkin and hefty KAWS sculpture at the Hamilton Princess.
Andrew Rosen, Stuart Vevers, Nick Graham, Ed Nardoza and Marc Fisher Footwear were this year’s award recipients.
Speakers included Tom Chapman, Deborah Nicodemus and Sharmadean Reid.
IMG’s two-day, two-night event returns to L.A. Live on June 9 and 10.
WWD collaborated with Chegg to survey female college students about beauty trends and shopping preferences.
Experts from A.T. Kearney weigh in on the topic.
“Gretchen Carlson is the bravest woman I know, and I know a lot of brave women,” producer and director Paul Feig said.
The chief executive officer of Bloomberg Media really likes Twitter.
The ads starring Kellan Lutz will run through the end of the year.
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