The New York Times building in Manhattan.


New York Times Expands E-Commerce Reach; Buys The Wirecutter and The Sweethome

With the acquisition of gadget blogs, The Wirecutter and The Sweethome, The Times is expanding its reach into e-commerce.

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Olivina Men's Beard Oil


Natural Men’s Line Olivina to Launch

The brand should have about $5 million in sales its first year, according to industry sources.

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Bio was designed by David Rockwell.


Bio’s Communal Hub

In lieu of signing expensive leases, a cooperative approach.

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From the Rashida Jones x Iconery collection


Rashida Jones, Iconery Team on Fine Jewelry Collection

The actress aimed for pieces that drew inspiration from the Seventies and Eighties.

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Moon Fairies pendant


Canadian Jeweler Myles Mindham to Mark 25th Anniversary

To mark the anniversary, Mindham will unveil a new collection, “Magical Woodlands,” later this month.

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Ed Burstell


HBC Recruits Ed Burstell to Accelerate Innovation

HBC sees Burstell engaged in bringing innovative concepts to all of its divisions.

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At the Manhattan showroom for Joules.


British Brand Joules Expanding in the U.S. One Door at a Time

Most stores get to know the brand through its colorful Wellies.

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Costa's Instagram post


Francisco Costa’s Next Gig?

The designer posted a fashion sketch on Instagram over the weekend.

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Looks from WEHVE spring 2017.


New Designer Spotlight: Wehve

The collection’s colorful, hand-loomed blanket wraps and ponchos are made by traditional artisans in Peru and Uruguay.

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Kendall Jenner on the catwalk at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show


Victoria’s Secret Confirms Paris Jaunt for Angels Show

The lingerie giant is to broadcast the spectacle on Dec. 5.

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Lululemon Lab New York releases Reflective Splatter capsule


Lululemon Lab New York Launches Capsule

The Reflective Splatter capsule experiments with a new printing process and comes just in time for the New York City Marathon.

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At Pinterest, Shopping Beats Social Media

While Twitter struggles, Pinterest has been able to successfully situate itself as a commercial platform.

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