The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.
The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.
The South Asian nations of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka – all vibrant textile and apparel traders – are plagued by high costs ranging from setting up a business to conducting cross-border trade and need to push ahead with more reforms, a…
GQ banked its best-selling issue of 2006 with its theme of “Love, Sex and Madness” last April, featuring cover model Adriana Lima.
Chrysalis Capital Partners, a private equity group operating through its newly formed Polartec subsidiary, has purchased the assets of Malden Mills out of bankruptcy for $44 million, marking the start of a new chapter for the performance fabric producer.
Will the real Wal-Mart please stand up? The world’s largest retailer sometimes seems like two different companies.
With a $5 million gift to the Council of Fashion Designers of America, the Geoffrey Beene Estate has set the philanthropy bar high.
Eisbar co-founder Bobby Benveniste didn’t rest much after last spring’s final shipment of his Los Angeles-based graphics-inspired line.
Funeral services were held here Monday for Raymond D. Nasher, the arts philanthropist and developer of NorthPark Center mall, who died Friday. He was 85.
Representatives from the artisanal backbone of France”s luxury sector – food to fashion – gathered under the vaulted roof of the Grand Palais last week to mark a new government initiative: “Entreprises du Patrimoine Vivants” or “Businesses of National…
Thirty-three-year-old actress Beth Cole didn’t have to spend much time playing toothy ingenues on stage. Instead, the Vermont and Detroit native skipped straight to the gritty roles.