WWD ventured to Providence and surveyed the onetime “jewelry capital of the world” as it undergoes a revival — with brands including Tiffany and Shinola now manufacturing there.
The longtime Shibuya establishment says it has few similarities with the American president, aside from its name.
The Japanese Prime Minister spoke about his Women-omics policy in Tokyo. One Japanese female entrepreneur attests to its success.
For fall 2017, designers across the globe equipped their collections with corporate, men’s wear-inspired baggage — invoking discussion about fashion’s messaging and responsibility in this political climate.
The actress and fashion entrepreneur will set up shop in Las Vegas’ Bellagio resort and casino.
City Ballet has been casting junior members of its corps de ballet — some still teenagers — in coveted principal roles. WWD meets eight of these young talents.
Bergart’s designs — made in the Garment District — are an extension of her studio practice.
Stuart begins on May 8.
Arts leaders including Anne Pasternak and Maggie Gyllenhaal discuss the importance of private support as federal funding faces scrutiny.
Carel has repositioned — moving its average consumer age from 60 to 35 and under.
Fashion executives, designers and artists turned out to remember the former president and creative director for Nancy Gonzalez.