Juno Temple and Haley Bennett


Dior Raises a Pint at London Pub Ahead of Resort Show at Blenheim Palace

Kate Beckinsale and Kiernan Shipka were among guests at London pub ahead of Tuesday’s show.

– 58 minutes ago

Hatsune Miku


Japanese Hologram Pop Star Hatsune Miku Rolls Into New York

WWD goes inside the computer-generated pop star’s New York concerts, which drew a combined audience of 7,000 this past weekend.

– 7:15 PM, EST

Elodie K. Everlasting Cuff


Elodie K. Launches Fine Jewelry and Enhanced Web Site, New Retail Store to Follow

Elodie Khayat launched her fine-jewelry line and enhanced web site, with a second retail store slated for the summer.

– 4:29 PM, EST

Beth Kathleman's "Demi Folly" in the perfume department.


Dior’s English Invasion: London Flagship Crowns Resort Showing

The four-level boutique on New Bond Street is billed as the French brand’s largest in Europe.

– 3:09 PM, EST


Loro Piana Appoints Fabio d’Angelantonio CEO

D’Angelantonio will start at the Italian company on Sept. 1.

– 12:43 PM, EST

The Eiffel Tower, Paris


Strikes to Further Impact Tourism In and Around Paris, Experts Warn

A near-term uptick isn’t expected, according to the governing body of tourism for Paris and its environs.

– 9:05 AM, EST

The Markets

U.S. Official Says Central America Not Taking Advantage of CAFTA

The U.S. imported $8.3 billion of apparel from the CAFTA-DR region last year, but only 76 percent arrived duty-free, hedging the FTA’s benefits.

– 9:00 AM, EST


Experienced Capital Partners Takes Minority Stake in French Brand Soeur

The investment firm founded by former Sandro, Maje and Claudie Pierlot executives now holds 40 percent of the company’s capital.

– 7:57 AM, EST


European Markets Mixed

Fashion, luxury and retail stocks were also choppy in morning trading on Monday.

– 7:03 AM, EST


Tokyo Shares Gain

Japanese shares advanced following remarks from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen suggesting that an interest rate hike would be appropriate. Meanwhile, the yen weakened against the dollar and Japan looks set to postpone a controversial sales hike slated for next year.

– 6:42 AM, EST