Fellow street-style photographers paid tribute on social media.
A decade has passed since the opening of the specialty retailer’s last U.S. store, but downtown seemed a good match for the men’s purveyor of streetwear style.
Mimi Cuttrell and Elizabeth Sulcer open up about red carpet versus street style dressing.
The fast-growing Culver City, Calif. company is headed up by technologists who also share a passion for sneaker culture.
The retailer will trade on the art of storytelling beginning with the legacy of the late John Wooden.
The coffee table book features more than 100 interviews with some of the industry’s biggest players, including Virgil Abloh, Alexander Wang, Kobe Bryant and Serena Williams.
At 20 percent of spend, apparel is second behind food, which has a 22 percent share of wallet.
The #NoFreePhotos initiative kicked off earlier this week.
The selfie looks to be not only the favorite, but the the most legally sound option for celebrities and influencers.
Steve Rendle said a $820 million acquisition of Dickies’ owner is part VF’s plan to grow on more stable ground.