Abercrombie is aging its models to show it is no longer a "teen" brand; company reported a Q2 loss.
Through her Instagram account, Barbie “produces” sponsored content.
The exhibit next spring would be only the second the Met has devoted to a living designer.
Henkel’s cosmetics and toiletries division had a strong fourth quarter in 2006; earnings before interest and taxes rose 12 percent, to 101 million euros, or $130.2 million at average exchange.
Simon Property Group, the largest mall owner in the U.S., is challenging the $7.5 billion sale of the Mills Corp. to Brookfield Asset Management with a bid of its own.
Italian textile mills are focusing on producing higher-quality products and ramping up efforts to put a new spin on popular jersey and viscose fabrics as they head into next week’s Milano Unica trade show.
Despite the recovery of the Italian yarn industry last year, many mills exhibiting at last week’s Pitti Filati trade show expressed concerns about tough comparisons for 2007.
Dennis Basso’s decision to show in the tents during New York Fashion Week was free from the stomach-wrenching doubts many Bryant Park newcomers face.
For the second consecutive season, reporters were not invited to cover Carolina Herrera’s show.
Hearst Magazines keeps coming up with ways to partner with advertisers, and this time, the effort has spread across four of its titles, Cosmopolitan, Cosmogirl, Marie Claire and Harper’s Bazaar.
Natasha Poly has been chosen as the new face of Nine West and will be featured in the brand’s spring ad campaign.
New York magazine is said to be pursuing Rebecca Dana, most recently a television reporter at The New York Observer.
Cindy Crawford will be the face of New York & Co. for its summer campaign.
Actress Piper Perabo enjoyed her paparazzi moment when she took her front-row seat at Oscar de la Renta.