In an interview with WWD, the designer discusses taking risks, the power of collaborations and how he secretly dreams of designing women’s wear.
JD’s deal with Farfetch, like Amazon’s with Whole Foods and Wal-Mart’s with Bonobos, shows how much the world has changed and is changing.
Another week, another celebrity sets up home in 443 Greenwich Street.
He originally purchased the house with artist and close friend Marina Abramović, but has since bought her out.
Beatrix Miller was the editor of British Vogue for over two decades.
John Pecaric, chief commercial officer at R.R. Donnelley, explains.
Jam-packed with key shows and presentations, the week is expected to sizzle in more ways than one.
The label was founded by former president of footwear at Ralph Lauren, Jerome Espinos.
Chin Men’s, Enfants Riches Déprimés and Namacheko are three brands to watch at Paris Men’s Fashion Week.
The dramatic anti-fur protest that interrupted Michael Kors and Alina Cho’s talk at The Met was met by an unsettling dearth of security.
A Burberry spokesman has confirmed the former Brioni ceo will join the company.
The firm counts Roger Farah as one of three new investors.
The two retailers are now operated separately, but with the same financial backer in Edward Lampert, their fates appear inextricably linked.
Eaton Vance Management and Highland Capital Management sued the retailer in New York court.
The activist event has drawn brands and consumer support.