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.
Urban Outfitters, the Philadelphia contemporary retailer, is set to open its 100th store in Copenhagen, which symbolizes its international growth.
While the turbulence in travel retail may have subsided since news of a foiled terrorist plot broke last week, smooth sailing it isn¹t.
Markwins International hopes sales are in the bag.
Task Essential, a men’s personal care line produced in Switzerland and introduced in the U.S. last spring, is gearing up to launch new products and expand its limited distribution base.
There were some familiar faces and new twists at this year’s Extracts, a four-day biannual trade show focused on personal care and wellness.
Trust Karl Lagerfeld to jazz things up a little in August, which can be a slow month for fashion.
Bear Growth Capital Partners already had Everything But Water, and now it’s getting Water Water Everywhere.
Blame it on the increasing number of magazines battling for pockets, or high gas prices decreasing the number of consumer trips to the mall, but the newsstand is becoming bloody territory for a number of publishers.
James Frey, author of the best-selling memoir “A Million Little Pieces” that turned out to be partially fiction, may not be able to get a spot on Oprah’s Book Club again, but BlackBook magazine is happy to take him.