The company’s people-counting technology tracks consumers as soon as they enter a store.
G-III is launching DKNY as an exclusive for Macy’s and Donna Karan for other department stores.
Final bids were due on Monday for Kate Spade.
The result is Ayuna, a luxury-priced green skin-care line.
Term loan lenders took a firm stance in court against J. Crew’s claims that it is being kept from utilizing the value of brand intellectual property.
Prices on avenue that’s seen rise in vacancies may be coming down.
Two hundred guests are expected at the April 18 fashion show.
The business is known for its complexion products, including the Vanish Seamless Foundation Stick.
Named Florale by Triumph, the line will bow in September.
The designer inaugurated his new apartment showroom on Paris’ Rue Royale with his first collection to be installed next month.
The U.S. Supreme Court denied a petition to reconsider a massive settlement over allegedly fixed credit card swipe fees that was previously dismissed.
Five suspects were involved in the case, according to the Monaco prosecutor’s office, with one robber reportedly still on the run.
The luxury conglomerate again has to fight against claims that Hublot began using “red gold” to describe products only after a Los Angeles jeweler trademarked the term.
Armed with a new China partner, “it’s a new, fresh look…it says we’re back,” the brand’s managing director Andy Lew said.
“The experience of Armani/Ristorante truly engages all the senses,” Giorgio Armani commented.