Credit watchdog Moody's downgraded the debt backing J. Crew to “Caa2” from “B3.”
Deep into converting May stores into Macy’s, Federated Department Stores had a healthy hike in second-quarter income, to $422 million.
Jann Wenner’s $300 million purchase of the other 50 percent stake in Us Weekly could be read as a sign of genius or fear, depending on whom you ask.
London Fog Group has agreed to sell its namesake trademarks to London Fog Licensing Group, consisting of three firms, for $18.1 million.
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Roland Mouret has been keeping busy on several fronts this year and the fall will be no exception when he collaborates with the Rambert Dance Company, designing the costumes for two works by emerging choreographers.
Premium denim line Proportionofblu uses a mathematical principle known as the golden ratio, thought to have been used by Leonardo da Vinci.
Guess will launch the third leg of its fragrance business next week when it introduces Guess Gold, a flanker to its original feminine scent, last fall’s Guess for Women.