Working almost exclusively with leather and corduroy to give the collection a sense of “normality,” Prada riffed on simplicity, authenticity and the naïf, favoring the crude and unsophisticated over the polished and urbane.
Emilie Rubinfeld succeeds Francois Kress, who has left the company.
The combined eyewear powerhouse will have annual sales of more than 15 billion euros.
The wind down is rumored to have begun Friday, with a significant number of layoffs expected Monday as workers report for their shifts.
The former Calvin Klein creative director will oversee the women’s Lauren and Chaps collections.
The NRF Foundation shines a light on retail career opportunities and seek to attract talent to the industry.
Founders Mikael Söderlindh and Viktor Tell will remain involved with the company.
The company has enlisted property advisor CBRE to sell the shopping area which was the Cavendish family’s former London home.
After a generally strong holiday, Chicago stores optimistic Trump might be good for retail.
The campaign was shot by Erik Torstensson.
Theresa May was photographed for the magazine by Annie Leibovitz.
The company has named Wolfgang Blau and Albert Read as president of Condé Nast International and managing director of Condé Nast Britain, respectively.