A new handbag model, its first new fragrance pillar in 15 years and more are on the docket.
American fashion capital set to soar.
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Alibaba has announced a strategic partnership with Chinese bricks-and-mortar retailer Bailian.
The Australian operator of Westfield said it is seeing the results of jettisoning off-strategy malls to focus on a higher-quality offer.
The brand has become the go-to online store for young Asian women.
Puffers, hoodies, metallics, ski references — and a dose of logo-mania — are among the key trends to look for at the trade shows this week.
The writer and restaurateur will work with the digital underwear brand on a new design to be rolled out in March.
The French brand is touting a new handbag model, its first new fragrance pillar in 15 years, along with campaigns about the founder.
The former Miss Rhode Island, Miss USA and Miss Universe is now a beauty, fashion and lifestyle influencer.
Color is said to influence 50 percent to 85 percent of ideas and product purchase decisions.
The Innovation Center will showcase an exclusive series of four photography installations representing Water, Air, Fire and Earth.
Is this the end of the style columnist at The Wall Street Journal?
In a 5,000-word post to his Facebook page, the tech mogul pushes for a more connected future.
This is Wired’s newly named editor in chief Nicholas Thompson’s first hire.
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