The consumer products brand founded by Jessica Alba is looking to add wholesale partners for its next leg of growth.
Also heard at Business Insider’s Ignition conference: Arianna Huffington wants Donald Trump to get some sleep.
Fashion designers could see erosion in the limited amount of design patent protection they currently have.
Beyoncé, Adele, David Bowie lead the pack of musicians nominated for Grammys 2017.
The company seeks to expand its presence in North America by opening additional showrooms where online sales show the greatest demand.
It’s both a compliment and a fear, according to Mike Mills.
Filling the need for bridge products, First Aid Beauty adds a lifestyle range.
Rachel Martin discusses the challenges of reporting in the Trump era and the importance of audio storytelling.
Will design continue to reign as the market’s strongest commodity?
The SoHo pop-up shop will be open to the public for two days.
The 4,500-square-foot store offers a curated assortment of all Snyder’s collections and collaborations.
Some retailers extended Cyber Monday deals for days after.
In time for all those New Years work-out-more-frequently resolutions, Target will roll out the C9 Champion limited edition by Anna Kaiser collection on January 1.
The six-minute documentary is meant to encourage virtual reality adoption among fashion fans.
The YouTube experience gets personal on the store floor with Memory Makeover mirrors that record makeup application for individualized tutorials.