After a much ballyhooed launch, Tommy Hilfiger Corp., which acquired Lagerfeld’s business in January 2005, pulled the plug on Lagerfeld’s New York operation on Thursday.
J. Crew Group Inc. continued its winning ways through the spring season with its preppy, quirky and colorful styles.
With resort becoming a season of ever-grander statements from major houses, even designers with smaller operations are feeling the need for a little showmanship.
Another piece of chain drugstore history will soon be gone.
The men’s fragrance category at mass is about to get a classic shot in the arm thanks to new efforts from Old Spice and Brut.
Jurlique has received a cash infusion from San Francisco-based JH Partners, a private equity firm. Details were not disclosed.
What is arguably one of the best eye creams is without a doubt the most expensive: Sensai Premier Eye Cream retails for $320 per 0.5-oz. jar.
It started as a magazine assignment: Bill Buford, then-fiction editor of The New Yorker, was tasked to profile celebrity chef Mario Batali.
Brad Pitt may be reconciled to seeing his newborn daughter’s face on every newsstand in America thanks to People magazine, but, for heaven’s sake, don’t ask him whether he cheated on ex-wife Jennifer Aniston with current lover Angelina Jolie.
The Senate on Thursday confirmed President Bush’s nomination of Susan Schwab to be U.S. Trade Representative as the AFL-CIO and two congressmen filed an unfair trade practices case against China with her office.
Max Samuel “Tom” Grumbacher, former chairman of The Bon-Ton Stores Inc., the second-largest regional department store in the U.S., died Wednesday at home in Philadelphia after a long illness. He was 93.
Do blondes really have more fun? Eva Mendes is about to find out firsthand.