Paris designers share their inspirations as the spring collections get under way.
Amid the luxury malaise, Barneys' ceo says the company is profitable and performing well.
Kellwood Co. said it was closing several units, including intimate apparel, representing $335 million in sales, and lowered guidance for the year.
A brief look at some of the day’s stories.
House Republicans overcame strong Democratic opposition and passed a bill addressing China’s unfair trading practices.
Dolce & Gabbana said in a statement it decided not to renew the license, first signed in 1993, as part of its strategy to exert greater control over the brand.
To judge from Bonnie Fuller’s boss-from-hell reputation, one might expect that anyone who escaped her orbit would never look back.
Puma AG unveiled its five-year plan, which includes adding products such as golf, expanding into regions such as India and Dubai and acquisitions.
Norman Norell died in 1972, but his legacy clearly lives on.
The truckers want higher rates to compensate for escalating fuel costs.
Nu Skin Enterprises Inc. reported robust second-quarter profits on a 9 percent revenue gain.
Nearly every Spanish royal turned up last weekend for the annual Breitling Regatta, held in the Mallorcan waters of Puerto Portals.