Marc Jacobs is moving his spring 2017 show to the Hammerstein Ballroom.
His new New York store is on the corner of Howard Street and Crosby Street in SoHo.
M&A deal-making is hot, with bidding for Jones Apparel near completion, first bids for L&T due today and Foot Locker now believed in play.
A brief look at some of the day’s stories.
A petition was filed on Tuesday with the Food and Drug Administration to amend its regulations on nanotechnology in cosmetics products and require new nano-specific toxicity testing and mandatory product labeling.
Tom Ryan’s face lights up when he talks about Lumene.
The term “bark” is most often associated with a dog or a tree, but the founders of Barc, a new skin care brand for men of color, are using the moniker to mean skin.
Matrix is using the parties during UpFront Week to spread the word about its new Matrix Men hair care line.
Samson Bitensky, former chairman and chief executive officer of Fab Industries, a major knitting company, died Wednesday at Beth Israel Medical Center in Manhattan. He was 86.
Some publishers also believe women readers are abandoning newspapers for real-life titles.
Ed Kosner’s memoir doesn’t come out until September, but staffers at the New York Daily News who have seen galleys are already buzzing about the book’s unsparing portrayal of their owner, Mort Zuckerman.
Responding to complaints from among its 100,000 or so visitors each month, gay marketing watchdog The Commercial Closet is turning over its online ad ratings to its users and reinventing the criteria by which users will assess the ads.
Chico’s FAS is shifting its Soma intimate apparel brand to new enterprise resource planning software, the first step in a chainwide technology upgrade that will cost $10 million in its first year.