The French designer was synonymous with striped sweaters and Left Bank insouciance.
Inventories are being kept tight in hope of increasing full-price selling and reducing markdowns.
Even after all these years, Louis Vuitton’s blockbuster collaboration with Takashi Murakami continues to generate interest from bagaholics.
L’Oreal and UNESCO celebrated Thursday night here the 10th anniversary of their joint award, For Women in Science, honoring remarkable female researchers in…
Tommy Hilfiger has focused on opening small- and medium-sized stores in recent years. Now the company is thinking big — really big.
The industry’s heady mergers and acquisitions days have turned into a hangover.
China’s apparel imports to the U.S. dropped 11.7 percent in January from a year earlier, marking the second consecutive decline from the top supplier, while Vietnam inched closer to surpassing Bangladesh as the number-two apparel shipper to the U.S.
Fortunoff’s new owner appointed two executives Tuesday to lead the effort to revive and grow the $439 million, 23-unit jewelry and home furnishings chain.
“I know we all compete with each other, but the truth is that I feel there is a lot of love and support,” said Diane von Furstenberg at Monday night’s cocktail party to reveal the nominees and honorees of the 2008 CFDA Fashion Awards.
Have Stella McCartney and Adidas run out of categories for their collaborative fitness line? For the first time since launching three years ago, Adidas by Stella McCartney isn’t adding a fitness category, which had become a brand signature, for fall.
Italian fashion is having tax problems — again.
Canada’s Harry Winston Diamond Corp. said on Monday it would sell 3 million common shares at $25 a share in a private placement.