Working almost exclusively with leather and corduroy to give the collection a sense of “normality,” Prada riffed on simplicity, authenticity and the naïf, favoring the crude and unsophisticated over the polished and urbane.
Emilie Rubinfeld succeeds Francois Kress, who has left the company.
The combined eyewear powerhouse will have annual sales of more than 15 billion euros.
President Bush signed a national security bill Friday that will implement some of the findings of the 9/11 Commission, require 100 percent screening of all cargo containers at foreign ports within five years, and shift money to high-risk states and…
David and Victoria Beckham are betting that selling Americans on his and her fragrances won’t be as hard as selling them on soccer.
Chantelle, a long-established French bra brand, is launching a multimillion-dollar advertising and marketing campaign featuring Stephanie Seymour.
More than 550 jewelry industry figures attended the Women’s Jewelry Association’s 24th annual Awards for Excellence Gala at Pier 60 in Manhattan last month.
In Tokyo, brands reach high. And Abercrombie & Fitch Co. will be no exception.
Though fashion magazines’ September issues seem to contain ads for every clothing label under the sun, usually only one glamorous gal gets to grace the cover.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc., joined by seven prominent fashion firms, called on President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo of the Philippines to investigate alleged abuses of striking workers at C. Woo Trading.
U.S. fashion retailers turned in mixed results for July when it came to staffing their stores, with department stores shedding a seasonally adjusted 2,600 jobs.
Could Phillip Lim soon be creating apparel pieces for Coach?