The Fashion Institute of Technology has selected 23 designers for participation in the FIT Design Entrepreneurs program.
The authors discuss how human rights laws can impact fashion apparel businesses.
Bill Shapiro and Lara Davies succeed the brand’s founder Simona Barbieri in the role, as she exited the company in April.
Eight Finnish designers will be showcased at the Italian men’s wear trade show, as part of the program promoted by Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery.
Mexican designers are seeing a surge of interest thanks to Trump.
With her young ready-to-wear line, Sofia Borromeo hopes to change the perception of fashion in her home country.
First-year projected wholesale volume for Dreams on Air ranges from $800,000 to $1.2 million.
Budding textile designers gain exposure through monthly design challenges online.
The platform, which offers e-commerce, will launch brands including Poan, Iva Ksenevich Millinery, JN by JN Llovet, LubiMenya and Naked Bruce.
When users search “fashion week,” designer-supplied content, street style and party photos will appear.
How the designer is rethinking the one-size-fits-all big-box show approach.
Chris Hipps, director of global operations at Archroma Color Management Services, explains.
As the lead underwriter for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund’s Americans in Paris, Tumi has enlisted the help of this season’s roster of eight designers.