As U.S. retailing consolidates, Starbucks sees adding 12,000 stores worldwide through 2021.
The Austin, Tex.-based jeweler could be valued at $1 billion or higher in the Jefferies-run process.
J. Crew Group is working to improve its business and moving to create a succession plan.
Coach has inked a deal with Estee Lauder’s BeautyBank unit for the two firms to jointly develop a fragrance and lifestyle brand.
Giorgio Armani plans to open London’s first A|X Armani Exchange on Regent Street as early as March.
Seeking to accelerate growth in accessories, Versace USA has hired former Fendi executive Anaclaudia Melhado to lead the charge as vice president of wholesale for women’s accessories.
Wal-Mart is addressing consumer demand for natural beauty items with the addition of natural and organic skin care displays in 366 U.S. stores.
Jack Stahl’s departure from Revlon on Monday, the latest move in the revolving-door history of the last 21 years, has left many chain buyers and industry insiders wondering where the beleaguered company is going.
Aussie hair care executives are being hush-hush about the brand’s relaunch in 2007.
At HBA’s Industry Awards dinner, 11 winners of the seventh annual International Package Design Awards were announced.
It may have started slowly, but as London Fashion Week continued, it gained momentum.
The report by the WTO secretariat said Bangladesh, one of the world’s poorest countries, should push ahead with reforms at a faster pace to reduce poverty and help the economy “better cope” with the lifting of global quotas in textiles and apparel.