CEO Talks: Marco Bizzarri on Gucci's Culture of Change

The chief executive officer discusses the brand's turnaround since he took over two years ago.

clock 13hLuisa Zargani


Tiffany Shares Up, but Potentially Could Be Higher

Tiffany & Co. named three new board members, and one analyst has a target price of $102 for Tiffany shares.

clock 20hVicki M. Young


Macy's Sees Headwinds Persist, Cites Initiatives to Improve Operations

Apparel was a surprising standout performer in an otherwise difficult year.

clock 22hDavid Moin


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Retail Groups Fight Revival of $7B Swipe Fee Deal

The National Retail Federation told the Supreme Court not to consider reviving the 2012 settlement, which allegedly does nothing to fix collusive swipe fees.

clock 4mKali Hays

Alexa Chung


WWD Law Review: Models Take on The RealReal and Vuitton’s ‘Parody’ Case

This week’s legal-related action has seen models sue The RealReal; Alexander Wang take on Philipp Plein, and a parody of Louis Vuitton win a victory.

clock February 17, 2017Julie Zerbo

Kylie Jenner Spurs Beauty Market Lip Plumper Craze


WWD Law Review: Kylie vs. Kylie, Adidas vs. Tesla and Noncompetes vs. Everyone

A week in the law has seen false reports of another lawsuit between Minogue and Jenner, while Adidas battles Tesla’s trademark try.

clock February 13, 2017Julie Zerbo


New York & Co. Hit With $5.6M Verdict in Activewear Trademark Fight

A New York jury agreed with Reflex Performance Resources that its Velocity trademark was being infringed by a competing line from New York & Co.

clock February 13, 2017Kali Hays

A Sears closing in Mountain View, Calif.


Sears CEO, Investors Cut $40M Deal to End Store Spin-Off Suit

Investors agreed to drop claims that a lease buyback deal with a Sears- created trust benefited chief executive officer Edward Lampert more than the company.

clock February 9, 2017Kali Hays

Jack Ma is pushing Alibaba to keep changing for the future.


Alibaba Boycotting Counterfeit Complaints by ‘Malicious’ IP Agency

The Chinese e-commerce giant said Hangzhou Wangwei Technology is one of many intellectual property agencies filing “malicious” and baseless counterfeit complaints.

clock February 9, 2017Kali Hays

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Lawsuit: Melania Trump’s Brand Hurt by ‘Defamatory’ News Report

Trump’s lawyers charged in the libel lawsuit the first lady had a “once-in-a lifetime opportunity” to significantly expand her commercial brands into such categories as apparel and shoes.

clock February 7, 2017Kristi Ellis

The baby bucket bag exclusive to Mansur Gavriel's forthcoming pop-up shop.


WWD Law Review: From Design Patent Protection to Internet Influencers

This week’s legal activity has seen Mansur Gavriel file for two design patents, and BareMinerals sign a major deal with a beauty influencer.

clock February 3, 2017Julie Zerbo

Snap Inc.'s Spectacles.


Eyebobs Seeks Injunction in Snap Spectacles Suit

Eyebobs is suing Snap for trademark infringement, but wants Spectacles sales halted during litigation.

clock February 2, 2017Kali Hays



E-tailer Shoemagoo Seeks Court Invention in Nasty Gal Sublease Dispute

The footwear retailer, which is subleasing space from Nasty Gal in Kentucky, filed an emergency motion to have its rental agreement enforced.

clock February 1, 2017Kari Hamanaka

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Amazon, Apple CEOs Fight Back Against Immigration Ban

In letters sent to employees this week, Jeff Bezos and Tim Cook voiced a firm stance on the executive order restricting immigration from Muslim-majority countries.

clock January 30, 2017Maghan McDowell


WWD Law Review: Ports 1961, Max Mara

Ports 1961 and Max Mara have won two key trademark cases in the Far East.

clock January 27, 2017Julie Zerbo

Piston Head II: Artists Engage the Automobile exhibit Lapo Elkann


Charges Against Lapo Elkann Dropped

The Italian entrepreneur and Fiat heir will not be prosecuted.

clock January 25, 2017Luisa Zargani

DVF's new logo and ad campaign.


WWD Law Review: Issues Involving Firms From Alibaba to DVF

Intellectual property rights and counterfeits were in focus among the legal crowd over the last week, as everyone from eBay and Alibaba to DVF made moves involving the issues.

clock January 19, 2017Julie Zerbo

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WWD Law Review

Cases involving Chanel, Harley-Davidson and Uggs were all on the docket over the last few weeks.

clock January 13, 2017Julie Zerbo

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The Canada Goose store in Soho.


Canada Goose Files Prospectus for IPO

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