The holiday assortments are set, and they’re rich in couture-inspired detailing, dressy looks, color and shine. But the prognosis at retail is cautious and the open-to-buys are conservative.
Los Angeles-based Guess Inc. said it will cease purchasing fur for its denim and sportswear lines as of Sept. 1 and phase out fur already used on clothes in production by April.
Almost every accessories brand is offering exotic skin bags, from alligator to ostrich.
For the first time in its 10-year history, Wallpaper is inviting outsiders to edit the magazine.
The Louis Vuitton Cup is no more.
Players in the department store better areas may soon be getting more competition.
Lyon, with its Roman roots and connection to the textile industry, offers a mix of traditional and trendy.
A robust turnout is anticipated at the third edition of the Shanghai Mode Lingerie trade fair set for Oct. 26 and 27.