Gucci joined Parks, a nonprofit association helping companies to promote diversity and inclusion.
It was one of the most commercial and appealing collections yet from a designer who simply can't sit still.
American fashion capital set to soar.
Called Harriett, the collection of upscale silks, satins and laces is named after the wife of Frederick’s founder, Frederick Mellinger.
Hershey-Lambert, executive vice president of merchandising and the retailer’s top ranking merchant, is leaving to pursue other opportunities.
The collection, called 4.collective, targets the professional woman on-the-go in her 20s and 30s.
Guest entering the event on Friday were greeted with a huge placard telling them they would be photographed.
As an investor, the designer liked what he saw.