Abercrombie is aging its models to show it is no longer a "teen" brand; company reported a Q2 loss.
Through her Instagram account, Barbie “produces” sponsored content.
The exhibit next spring would be only the second the Met has devoted to a living designer.
Government purchases from some factories manufacturing employee uniforms could inadvertently use tax dollars to support sweatshops, according to a report released today by SweatFree Communities, a network of U.S. antisweatshop campaigns affiliated…
Retailers and manufacturers are working to cut costs, speed deliveries and help the environment by skipping a key stop in a product’s journey from overseas to shelf display — the vendor’s distribution center.
Six months away from quota-free trade with China, apparel retailers and brands should be celebrating, but are instead gearing up to lobby against a bill in Congress that could put their imports from China and Vietnam back under the government’s spotlight.
As textile shows struggle and fall by the wayside in New York, fair organizers are turning their sights to the West Coast.
EBay’s legal troubles just got deeper — at least in France.
Private equity firm Advent International has acquired a majority stake in French fashion retailer Gérard Darel with a view to doubling its sales within five years and expanding its global presence.
A new group of Virginia laws that go into effect today broaden protection and increase penalties against counterfeiting and piracy.
After a busy schedule promoting “The Incredible Hulk” and “The Strangers,” Liv Tyler decided to treat her little sister, Chelsea, who’s studying music, to the couture week experience.
Shares of Hong Kong-based jewelry manufacturer and retailer LJ International Inc. lost more than one-seventh of their value in over-the-counter trading Monday after the firm reported first-quarter earnings lifted only by a real estate gain and issued…