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Cowshed, United

Beauty

Cowshed, United Airlines Team Up For Amenities Kits

Cowshed kits will be offered to United Global First and United BusinessFirst passengers on long-haul international flights to and from the United States.

– 12:22 AM, EST

Business

Digital Luxury Market Seen Tripling by 2025

McKinsey study deems e-commerce an indispensable growth factory in luxury, set to generate 70 billion euros by 2025.

– 12:03 AM, EST

U.S. Women Soccer Players

Media

Weighing the Marketability of Carli Lloyd and U.S. Women Soccer Players

After their Women's World Cup win, Carli Lloyd and her teammates are posed to be breakout stars.

– July 6, 2015

Fashion

ElektroCouture Launches in Time for Berlin Fashion Week

Berlin-based start-up ElektroCouture introduced a collection of 10 pieces of wearable tech, ranging from a jacket with lights to a scarf with a warming feature.

– July 6, 2015

The Hugo Boss runway show in Shanghai.

Fashion

Hugo Boss Going Fur-Free

The brand will stop using fur beginning in fall 2016.

– July 6, 2015

Tehran, Iran, retail

Business

Western Brands Eyeing Iranian Consumers

In anticipation of the ending of sanctions, Western luxury and fashion brands are eyeing the Middle Eastern nation.

– July 6, 2015

Media

Tommy Hilfiger Taps Abdel El Hamri

Tommy Hilfiger Corp. has named Abdel El Hamri senior vice president, marketing and communications, the Americas.

– July 6, 2015

Burt Shavitz

Beauty

Burt Shavitz, Cofounder of Burt’s Bees, Dies at 80

Burt Shavitz, a cofounder of Burt's Bees and a pioneer of the eco-conscious beauty industry, died on Sunday in Maine of respiratory complications. He was 80 years old.

– July 6, 2015

Out and about at Paris Couture Week

Fashion

They Are Wearing: Paris Couture Week Fall 2015

WWD went off the runways and onto the streets and sidewalks for some of the best looks.

– July 6, 2015

Greece

Business

Greece is the Word as Fashion Equities React

Greece’s refusal to accept the bailout terms proposed by its creditors in a referendum on Sunday forced all of Europe’s and Asia's major markets — with the exception of Shanghai — down on Monday.

– July 6, 2015