The lines between fashion and beauty, art and commerce, continue to blur.
Eschewing last season’s Baroque frippery, Elie Tahari decked his mannequins in structured fall togs with more than a hint of the Sixties.
Three naked female PETA volunteers stood on the corner of Melrose Place and Orlando Avenue in Los Angeles on Thursday to protest the opening of the Oscar de la Renta store on Melrose Place.
Proenza Schouler has a new downtown target.
In September, Expanscience Laboratories, an estimated $246 million Paris-based pharmaceutical company, appointed former La Roche Posay marketing vice president Judy Carlo to head Mustela, a baby and mother-to-be skin care line.
St. Ives is getting in on the popular sunless tanning trend in skin care by expanding its franchise with Healthy Brilliance, a line of moisturizers designed to tan the skin gradually while renewing, protecting and firming the skin.
Burt no longer has the only bees in town.
Jean-Paul Agon, chief executive officer of L’Oreal, was made a Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur in Paris on Wednesday.
In December 2005, a reporter from the Washington Post asked the Catholic League’s president, William Donohue, if he was offended that President Bush’s season’s greetings card did not specifically mention Christmas.
Just a few days ago, Dick Parsons, the chairman and chief executive officer of Time Warner, was talking about enhancing the company’s digital strategy.
Mary Joan Glynn, a former Bloomingdale’s executive, died Jan. 21 at the Nathaniel Witherell nursing home in Greenwich, Conn., after a long illness. She was 85.