Nordstrom was dragged into the social media spotlight, again, as Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe claimed the retailer doesn’t value authenticity.
The event drew Martha Stewart, Katie Couric, Lydia Polgreen and Public School’s Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne.
The retail industry is in dire straits, but all is not lost.
Catherine Quin’s June 12 installation and show will be near a Yayoi Kusama pumpkin and hefty KAWS sculpture at the Hamilton Princess.
Andrew Rosen, Stuart Vevers, Nick Graham, Ed Nardoza and Marc Fisher Footwear were this year’s award recipients.
J. Crew is cutting staff and working to hone its products and respond faster to customer demands.
“I love to eat delicious food, and this really brings food and education together, and I think it’s just an unbelievable combination,” she said at Edible Schoolyard NYC’s Fifth Annual Spring Benefit.
The “Beyond the Label” author held a Q&A with businesswomen in New York on Monday night.
Sabrina Dahan drew inspiration from her California beach lifestyle, offering traditional feminine gowns with a twist.
Designer Yeohlee Teng and others are seeking to retain creative “clusters” within Manhattan.
The eyewear brand has worked with Freemans Sporting Club to update one of its classic styles.
Rita Vinieris took us on, “a journey thorough the pink looking glass,” with her two collections: Alyne Rita Vinieris and Rivini Rita Vinieris.
A Dylan grandson and a Bush daughter joined actresses and models for the annual Chanel Tribeca Film Festival Dinner.
The New York-based retailer is eliminating 250 positions primarily from its headquarters.
As e-commerce and social media continue to transform retail, Canadian interior designers Diego Burdi and Paul Filek still see consumers finding more “authentic” brand experiences in brick-and-mortar.