WWD Apparel & Retail CEO Summit
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The designer’s vision of empowering women with flattering, sophisticated and luxuriously made clothes, has made her brand a success.
During a Q&A with WWD’s executive editor Bridget Foley, the Colombian-born designer discussed his artistic approach to fashion.
The designer and Peter Guber, ceo of Mandalay Entertainment Group, discussed the power of storytelling, digital retailing and the future of fashion.
The president of Calvin Klein Inc., which is owned by PVH Corp., directly addressed the theme of this year’s WWD CEO Summit.
With his department stores on the upswing, the chairman of the Hudson’s Bay Co. continues to bet on the format.
Italian luxury goods house embodies a discreet version of luxury with an inherent understanding of quality and appreciation for service.
MasterCard executive hopes for pick-up in job market to stoke spending.
With Moncler nearing its 60th anniversary next year, the brand’s chairman has a global growth plan that is forward-thinking yet respects its heritage.
The founder and ceo of British lifestyle brand Jack Wills keeps a laser focus on his target customer: 18- to 21-year-old students.
Online retailer develops Chinese business with native talent.
RBC Capital Markets softlines analyst discusses characteristics he looks for before making a “buy” recommendation to investors.
The president of Lane Crawford and Joyce made the point that in order to gain a foothold, companies need to create relationships.
Fashion editors have become the new celebrities of fashion week, thanks to the rise of street-style photography.
Monday’s roundtable, “Finding and Fostering the Next Generation of Retail Leaders,” could just as easily have been called, “What’s Up With Generation Y?”
As head of global branded entertainment, her job is to find ways to marry worldwide brands, celebrity talent and content in mutually beneficial partnerships.
The Keen Footwear ceo talks innovation, creativity and looking outside the box.
Procter & Gamble’s ceo outlined the role that his $83 billion consumer products behemoth — and other companies — should play in the world.
Retailer’s ceo publicly discussed his vision for the company for the first time.
The designer sits at the helm of one of the most digitally savvy brands in the fashion industry.
The managing director at Kissinger Associates made the case for adopting a world view that embraces China.
Holt Renfrew & Co., Canada’s 174-year-old luxury chain, has a formula for profits — be the same and be different.