Lanessa Elrod, who has worked for the brand since 2010, succeeds Anthony Ledru.
Invista, a unit of Koch Industries, said options include potentially selling or further investing in the business.
Designers got the memo — velvet is the new fabric of our lives.
For fall, designers dialed up furs via big proportions and colorful hues.
The pantsuit is back with force as designers empower women with assertive tailoring for fall.
Some dresses are meant to be seen and for fall, designers made sure to stamp them with vibrant colors and bold geometric shapes.
The new concept features a rotating collection of 30 masks curated by Peach & Lily founder, Alicia Yoon.
The New York fall season got very political, as designers expressed their views on current issues via messages on T-shirts.
The company wants to use its mirrors as platforms for augmented reality technologies.
The sailing capsule hits Urban Outfitters stores and urbanoutfitters.com on March 5.
The mall developer believes bigger is better.
Naomie Harris plays a struggling, drug-addicted mother in “Moonlight” to earn her first Oscar nomination.
Fifty-five percent of the global population will live in urban areas this year and the median age will reach 30, according to Euromonitor International research.
While turning profitable, turnaround efforts continue by downsizing the retail footprint.
“I haven’t thought much about my style. It’s like a whole different world to consider.”