China’s “high-value” goods market is projected to reach 1 trillion euros, or $1.3 trillion, by 2010, largely due to the expansion of the country’s middle class, a report by the European Union predicts.
China will have the largest consumer economy by 2021, according to World Bank estimates, and, as its economy continues to grow at rates as high as 20 percent annually, the demand for prestige and luxury goods is increasing among Chinese women.
Cerruti is going after a younger man this spring with its newest fragrance, Cerruti Pour Homme.
Williams, who starred as Potsie in the TV smash “Happy Days,” is hoping to direct his biggest production yet.
With the help of an artist and two bloggers, International Flavors & Fragrances is shaking up the traditional formula for creating a fragrance.
Versace is giving the Versus brand a high-tech tune-up.
Diane von Furstenberg Studio and Diane von Furstenberg Studio L.P. filed a lawsuit against Joanna Ha, who does business as dvfdresses, safeisbest, nypad, New York Pillows and Drapes and joannaha.com, and other unnamed defendants for alleged trademark…
Last year, Parsons the New School for Design established the Donna Karan Professorship in Fashion Design, a gift from Karan, a Parsons alumna. Now a search is under way for the person best equipped to fill that professorship – the key position in the…
Radar editor in chief Maer Roshan explained he was not throwing a “launch party” in honor of the magazine’s third incarnation, but rather a celebration of Saturday’s upcoming Independent Spirit Awards.
Karl Lagerfeld, who staged two Fendi fall-winter shows on Thursday in Milan, has a third in store: in China and on The Great Wall, no less.
Private equity firms are marching deep into beauty territory, staking their claims in the high-margin business and banking on quick returns.