SJP's unexpected strategy to face celeb fragrance fallout.
PVH ceo Emanuel Chirico expects big things from Raf Simons’ take on Calvin Klein.
The world of fashion directors is in flux. Long considered one of the most powerful and highprofile positions in retailing, the job recently has undergone immense turmoil and change, with Bloomingdale’s, Henri Bendel and Neiman Marcus all seeking new…
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen are heading to Claire’s for a makeover. The teen moguls’ lifestyle and entertainment company, Dual-star Entertainment Group, said it is taking the first step beyond distributing the twins’ cosmetics line exclusively at Wal-Mart.
Sir Paul Smith has a brand new business partner – his longtime Japanese licensee Itochu. In an unexpected move, the designer’s wife, Pauline Denyer Smith, and his managing director, John Morley, have sold their combined 40 percent stake in the company…
Carolina Herrera is coming to Melrose Place in April. The once sleepy thoroughfare here is a sizzling retail destination and New York-based Carolina Herrera Ltd. has leased a 3,800-square-foot storefront at 8841 Melrose Place to be a West Coast…
Given the tons of paper pulp that magazines consume each year, publishing wouldn’t seem to qualify as an environmentally friendly business.
Soft tailoring describes some of fall’s best looks, which designers discovered with tweedy checks, loose cuts and school-girl pleats.
Gotham was full of the prim, the pretty and the sometimes proper over the weekend, as designers played up preppy combinations or worked delicate and soft looks. In all, simply chic.
Designers are falling for elegant chiffons, smoky shades and lots of volume – all with an historical bent.
Channeling everything from English chic to hip-hop cool, designers sent out collections that were sometimes refined and delicate and, at other times, sexy and edgy.
Lindsay Lohan, following in the footsteps of her new BFF, Kate Moss, seems to be eager to walk the runway this season.
Luxury British accessories brand Tanner Krolle has named Martin Mason chief executive officer, replacing Guy Salter, who quit unexpectedly in September.
Amid resplendent Oriental rugs, leather couches and a leering, mounted alligator, Harvard senior and aspiring designer Lewis Remele stood in the Hasty Pudding social club here and fussed with an iron over a cocoa brown cashmere dress he designed.