The fashion community is in wait-and-see mode as President Trump kicks off his agenda.
As Dior and Schiaparelli mark anniversaries, Versace has canceled its Atelier Versace couture show in favor of client events.
Couture may be a dwindling art in terms of the number of practitioners, but it’s hardly down for the count.
Congress last week passed an eight-month extension of a trade preference program that benefits apparel and textile companies doing business in the Andean region and sent it to President Bush for his signature.
It looks like brunettes will have a slight edge over blondes in the front row at Dior’s 60th anniversary show and party tonight at Versailles.
Heidi Klum will soon add infomercials to her growing stable of television credits.
Mass retailers and grocers swiftly are migrating from large, retail-saturated cities to smaller urban areas for international growth, according to A.T. Kearney’s 2007 Global Retail Development Index, an annual report on the most promising markets for…
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic leadership said renewal of the president’s ability to negotiate trade pacts without amendments from Congress wasn’t a priority and withdrew support for free trade agreements with South Korea and Colombia.
The level of terrorist threat was raised to “critical” in the U.K. Saturday, meaning an attack is expected imminently.
Steven Meisel gives his own take on a current celebrity phenomenon – rehab – in this month’s Italian Vogue, which hits newsstands this week.