The French designer was synonymous with striped sweaters and Left Bank insouciance.
The music star had launched the collection last February during New York Fashion Week.
Cuts may be coming to Condé Nast.
Looking good is an increasingly expensive hobby, but triple-digit price tags haven’t deterred the well-heeled from dashing toward a growing crop of luxury skin creams.
Seems like publishers are celebrating Labor Day by relieving some editors from labor for more than a weekend.
IT Holdings is eyeing the U.S. as its next big market for its Plus IT concept stores, which puts under the same roof all the accessories the Italian firm produces for its stable of proprietary and licensed brands.
Temporarily bypassing Congressional oversight, President Bush said Thursday he has named a lawyer who represented Wal-Mart to be the Labor Department’s chief enforcer for a slate of laws, including those involving minimum wage and overtime.
The 14th annual Jeffrey Fashion Cares benefit here turned out to be the hottest ever.
Rite Aid’s plan to buy Brooks-Eckerd will have a trickle-down impact on the beauty industry.
Maybelline New York has named Danna García as its newest Hispanic celebrity spokesperson.