The Australia-based retailer is diving into the streetwear category with Among Equals.
DeFeet will incorporate Unifi’s Repreve, Sorbtek and XS Dynamic Tunable Cross-Section technology into a variety of its products.
Shown in the spring 2017 runway collections of Dries Van Noten, Lanvin, Alexander Wang and others, the once-exiled style is poised to make a return.
Rossi is featured in the comic book-based Netflix series as Shades.
The retailer’s first flexible-format store in New York City will emphasize fashion.
An assortment of 19 products will rollout to some 6,000 doors — the brand’s biggest launch to date in the U.S. market.
Each piece in the kit is patterned to work seamlessly with the next, creating flawless integration.
Time Inc. NewsGuild members voted to accept the publisher’s offer to settle and enter into a collective bargaining agreement.
Slowing Chinese demand is pushing European luxury brands to focus more on the U.S. market and the Millennial shoppers.
The program involves a partnership with the Berto premium denim mill.
Liron Damri, cofounder and chief operating officer at Forter, says the luxury market is in need of better fraud prevention.
The e-commerce company has partnered with the Millennial digital platform.