Abercrombie is aging its models to show it is no longer a "teen" brand; company reported a Q2 loss.
Through her Instagram account, Barbie “produces” sponsored content.
The exhibit next spring would be only the second the Met has devoted to a living designer.
President believes the IPO, which could take place by 2018, will guarantee future of the company.
Fossil reported a sales decline for the second quarter, but managed to beat the analyst expectations.
Stuart Weitzman is handing the design reins to Giovanni Morelli and will become chairman of the brand.
Blue Nile squeezed out better sales in the second quarter, but the earnings were below analysts estimates.
Licensed brands, from Dior to Céline, Jimmy Choo and Fendi helped Safilo’s performance, with own brand Polaroid gaining momentum.
The company missed Wall Street’s earnings per share estimate by 3 cents.
Women’s is the fastest growing segment for the accessories firm.
A late sun season and an uncertain economy dented Luxottica’s net profit, which fell 5.8 percent in the first six months of the year.
Krakoff will return to the luxury fray, designing much of Tiffany’s non-jewelry assortment for 2017.