The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.
The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.
Once an exclusive soiree for models, designers and socialites, fashion week is becoming a must-see event for even the least fashion-conscious consumer.
Tandy Brands Accessories Inc. posted a 67.3 percent jump in second-quarter earnings despite a 12.9 percent decline in sales due to the firm’s planned exit from several lower-margin categories.
Vanity Fair’s Hollywood issue hits New York newsstands on Wednesday with approximately 322 ad pages, up 25 percent from last year’s March issue.
Radar is joining the socialite craze and taking a shot at tabloids like Us Weekly with the feature “Socialites Are Just Like Us!” in its first issue of its third incarnation (but with new investors).
Most teenagers can’t drop $2,000 on a dress from one of the designers presenting during fashion week, so a free blog of the shows will have to do the trick.
Groupe Clarins reported Thursday that its fourth-quarter 2006 net sales fell 7.2 percent, to $358.4 million at average quarterly exchange rates.
Nicole Miller has teamed with barenecessities.com to exclusively sell Nicole Miller Signature lingerie for spring.
The Bush administration’s decision to bring an illegal subsidies case against China in the World Trade Organization comes against the backdrop of a record trade deficit and increased pressure from Democrats in Congress pushing for a harder line…
Department stores added a seasonally adjusted 2,100 jobs last month, compared with December, reversing recent declines, and bucking the trend of apparel and accessories stores, as well as textile and apparel producers, trimming payrolls.
Proenza Schouler for Target’s private debut at Opening Ceremony on Friday was packed with fashion editors and other style-worthy folks invited either by the giant mass chain or the owners of downtown boutique.
Recent financial results at the top beauty firms reveal the challenges of doing business in a consolidating market.