The French designer was synonymous with striped sweaters and Left Bank insouciance.
The music star had launched the collection last February during New York Fashion Week.
Cuts may be coming to Condé Nast.
With the reopening of its renovated downtown Portland, Ore., store in May, Pendleton Woolen Mills unveiled its new retail prototype – which the firm said reflects its roots and its future vision.
It’s still too soon to predict where Brant Publications, publisher of Interview, Art in America and The Magazine Antiques, will end up.
When it comes to duty free sales aimed at Chinese consumers, beauty companies are coming together on a strategy: Go deeper.
Retailers are lobbying to modify or strike a provision from a comprehensive immigration reform bill before the Senate this week that would hold companies responsible for verifying the legal employment of their contractors’ and subcontractors’ workers.
Jewelry retailer John Hardy Ltd. won a consent judgment for a permanent injunction and other relief against Real Imposters.
It’s going to take more than one coffee table to carry July’s Vanity Fair, since there will be 20 editions of the Conde Nast monthly for consumers to collect.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America will renew its efforts for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer this fall, and it has turned to Net-a-porter.