Greg Petro, president and chief executive officer of First Insight, shares his thoughts on the retail market.
Cartier’s parent has joined luxury groups in shaking up its business.
The hybrid fashion show, music and retail event is confirmed to be back in Los Angeles for 2018.
Having sold Jimmy Choo, JAB is looking to find new homes for Bally and Belstaff.
With demand for watches finally showing signs of improvement, optimism is slowly creeping back into the sector.
The spotlight is on Gobbetti, who has taken the helm of a company in transition.
The week is filled with schedule changes, anniversaries and new designers.
Tommy Hilfiger, Emporio Armani and Ralph & Russo are all set to show.
Tom Ford has decided to bypass see-now-buy-now and will show his spring collection in New York.
Asia-Pacific expansion, digital growth, less discounting of the brand and upgrading the product are priorities.
Clare Waight Keller, Natacha Ramsay-Levi and Olivier Lapidus are among the names making their debut.
After years of preparation, two Yves Saint Laurent museums in Paris and Marrakech will open in the fall.
The first half saw a flurry of major and minor M&A activity, designer dramas — and disappointments.
G-III is taking a two-prong attack this fall: DKNY for Macy’s and Donna Karan for other department stores.
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The media company founded by Nasty Gal’s Sophia Amoruso is ramping up.
The magazine announced several new hires and promotions.
Time Inc. is making a bigger play for the health and wellness category.
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