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.
Alibaba, criticized for the fake products on its platforms, said the new group will “use technology in the global fight against counterfeits”.
Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova attended Nike’s PrimeTime Knockout before the U.S. Open kicks off Monday.
The official makeup and hair sponsors of Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week are aiming to beautify consumers.
Spa Chakra Inc., which owns the financially troubled spa located at 663 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, apparently closed its U.S. doors Aug. 20.
Barneys, Gap, Coach and other big brands are collaborating with bloggers to create new, controversial forms of advertising.
Starting Nov. 5, Louis Vuitton’s window displays will pay tribute to Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights.