The president of Procter & Gamble’s Professional Care business, Carsten Fischer, is resigning to pursue other interests.
Helmut Lang is causing a stir in Europe — but because of nudity, not clothing.
Michael Kors went dancing through the season in a slinky sportif spirit, while Narciso Rodriguez gave his minimalist point of view a touch of sci-fi.
It was all about the woman on Tuesday night at Tag Heuer’s bash hosted by Uma Thurman and company president and chief executive officer Jean-Christophe Babin at the Waterfront on Manhattan’s West Side.
Pared down, polished up or with a touch of the avant-garde, the season’s looks were sweet, savvy and perfect for downtown girls everywhere.
Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson Jr. said Thursday that he will urge China to adapt more flexible currency exchange rates when he visits Beijing next week.
Call the conversion of 400 May stores to Macy’s daring or risky, but say it’s the homogenization of malls and Terry Lundgren will bristle.
DKNY Jeans has launched a Web site featuring photos of its lines, an entertainment section, a brand profile and a link to shop at macys.com.
A big-box ordinance requiring retailers such as Wal-Mart to pay a minimum wage of $10 an hour and $3 an hour in benefits by 2010 is dead.
A large photo reproduction of inquisitive, wide-open eyes will greet visitors at the entrance of Benetton’s Fabrica exhibition, to be held at the Centre Beaubourg (George Pompidou) in Paris from Oct. 6 to Nov. 6.