Industry leaders gathered at The Pierre hotel in Manhattan for the WWD CEO Summit to discuss the consumer, the state of business and the challenges of the fashion calendar.
The market-beating performance helped propel Kering’s revenues up 10 percent in the third quarter to 3.18 billion euros, or $3.54 billion.
Riccardo Pozzoli has helped turn Chiara Ferragni’s The Blonde Salad into a multimillion dollar business that includes a media platform, e-commerce destination and footwear collection.
A web site takes the friction out of reselling luxury goods.
The AAFA and others are imploring U.S. officials to increase oversight of the web giant’s commitments to crack down on counterfeits.
Sid Gupta left behind a career on Wall Street in banking and private equity four years ago and decided on getting into the candy business with Lolli & Pops.
The app, which launches next week in the Apple App Store, is cofounded by a former eBay and Microsoft executive.
At 93, the retailer looks back on its creative DNA.
The NBC News political director talked about the state of the presidential election and its aftermath at the WWD CEO Summit with editor in chief Edward Nardoza.
Nearly half of the survey’s respondents said they have been notified their personal information may have been compromised by a data breach.