Hervé Pierre is speaking with investors about launching his own collection, perhaps as early as December.
The perfume and beauty chain moved through its bankruptcy at a rare clip.
One of the fashionable eyewear brand’s cofounders is an immigrant.
U.S. textile groups are hoping for an end to a raw material imports rule favored by Mexico and Canada.
Corporate tax rates could be cut to their lowest rate in nearly 80 years, but Democratic lawmakers aren’t pleased.
Kule has sued the Clare Vivier brand over the use of stripes, while LVMH goes to court over web sites selling fake Hublot and Tag Heuer watches.
The NRF is open to changes, as long as the deal remains in place.
Wearing a hot pink Delpozo coat coordinated with Christian Louboutin stilettos, FLOTUS chose the shade that thousands of activists wore to the Women’s Marches earlier this year.
Amazon reiterated its values in the wake of President Trump’s DACA decision, while Taylor Swift sought to protect a song lyric.
Retail and fashion leaders were among the hundreds of companies that urged Trump to keep a citizenship program for young immigrants.
New Balance’s IP win in China came just as President Trump began a probe into the country’s theft of U.S. firms’ IP.
A string of designer labels are making it known they had nothing to do with the wife of Steven Mnuchin tagging their merch in an Instagram post.
Companies like Kering and LVMH are still waiting for specifics on implementation, but they have to comply with new rules, with or without them.
Lousie Linton, wife of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, has deleted an Instagram photo detailing the designer brands she was wearing after it went viral.