When Charriol launched his business 35 years ago, he had no idea that twisted wire cables would become such a beloved motif in jewelry.
Robert Clergerie and Joe will set up a free coffee cart in Chelsea during the shoe brand's market week.
Celebrities attending the Costume Institute's annual gala added glitz to their couture looks with distinctive jewelry, clutches, heels — and even headpieces.
The winner of the Best Overall in Style and Design category is guaranteed to have a show on Evine in February 2016.
To mark the 25th anniversary of its watch division, Versace embarked on a series of in-store celebrations around the globe to unveil its DV25 collection.
Berlin's eyewear firm took its name from an abbreviation of the German word for “daycare.”
Hats, Gloves and More
As next month’s opening of “China:Through the Looking Glass” at The Costume Institute nears, milliner Stephen Jones has been hunkered down in the Metropolitan Museum of Art perfecting 120-plus head pieces.
It is difficult to overstate the crisis the American consumer faced at the onset of the Great Recession. Yet somehow over the past six years real household consumption managed to grow at an annual rate of 2.2 percent.
Designers are now making it easy to wear your heart on your sleeve — or neck, wrist and even feet.