The new concept from The Future Perfect, located in a mid-century home, is David Alhadeff’s unconventional spin on retail.
In naming Reed Krakoff to lead its design, analysts feel Tiffany could be making a play toward affordable luxury — a category already laden with Millennial upstart brands.
Adam Schoenberg and Cory Rosenberg will continue to serve as chief executive officers of the men’s accessories brand.
Clémande Burgevin Blachman will be responsible for the creative direction and design of all home categories, executing Raf Simons’ creative and design vision in home furnishings.
Karl Lagerfeld likely will join Ralph Lauren in dressing the incoming first lady.
MasterCard says luxury sales in the U.S. plummeted 12.9 percent but retail overall was low-single digits.
Both Honest and IKEA gave examples of how they’ve handled product problems.
The company joins the growing list of retailers paring back.
They plan to invest in six to eight companies a year.
LuAnn Via has left the retailer, which reported a weaker than expected holiday season.
The program’s creator, chair and professor Jonathan Kyle Farmer said the aim is to have students present ideas that could potentially impact the fashion world in a meaningful way.
The total MSRP value of a wide range of counterfeit goods seized in fiscal year 2016 was $1.38 billion.
The New York Times rolled out its newsroom strategy, which includes shifting its culture to focus more on digital storytelling.
The Pratt Institute and Rhode Island School of Design professor unintentionally started her own grassroots movement in advance of Saturday’s Women’s March in Washington, D.C.
After announced job eliminations, the retailer says it’s hiring again.