The designer’s spring line was based on appealing to three different types of women.
Jimmy Choo, Bally are under review, with JAB actively seeking buyers for both.
While traveling Bali last fall, the two women serendipitously found the production coordinator and factory where the Lost & Found by J Friedman collection is now being made.
The exhibit features works across a variety of mediums that highlight inspirational women, including Michelle Obama, Frida Kahlo, Queen Latifah and more.
Nearly $750,000 worth of equipment, software, infrastructure upgrades and workforce training will be awarded through the Fashion Manufacturing Initiative.
The brand has teamed with Google to give a 360-degree view of the cabin Burt Shavitz once lived in.
The technology solution provider is aiming to bring scalable end-to-end answers for manufacturers and 3-D printing companies.
Les Arts Décoratifs is billing the retrospective as its largest fashion exhibition to date, with more than 300 dresses over 32,000 square feet.
Dozens of nonprofits signed a letter to Art Peck pushing for Gap to part ways with a Republican-backing, “anti-environmental” lobby.
Balancing temporary and permanent tenants is key.
Remy Quinones sent out nine new styles with impressive lace patterns and 3-D embroideries.
Art-nouveau-meets-vintage-couture was the formula at Alice Temperley’s spring bridal collection.
Bridal Collection 47 set a goal this season to amplify romance, sensuality and drama.
Broom will be in New York next month to present the U.S. debut of his limited edition collection of Jasperware for Wedgwood in his Greene Street showroom.