The little-known designer Norisol Ferrari worked with Trump because she does not believe in discrimination in any form.
Market sources say Versace is working on an expansion plan ahead of the listing and that its has recently held discussions with Tisci.
The designer is to show his debut collection for the French house in Paris.
Fred Gehring is passing the torch at Tommy Hilfiger Group to Daniel Grieder — who will oversee the brand globally as chief executive officer.
You can learn from your counterfeiters and take back your lost revenue, the general manager of MarkMonitor told summit attendees.
Moving forward, the Barneys ceo said that there is a broader issue that needs to be addressed, and the retailer is committed to being part of the solution.
The designer addressed the dinner crowd at the WWD Apparel and Retail CEO Summit on Monday evening.
The editor in chief of Vogue and artistic director of Condé Nast was interviewed by CBS Corp.’s chief executive officer.
The platform’s senior director of business opportunities made a case for how mobile is changing the way fashion is being created and consumed.
The site’s ceo told the audience that Asos has more than one million unique visits a day, with more than 30 percent of those visits from a mobile device.
Kraft discussed leadership, 20 years of ownership and coach Bill Belichick with WWD’s executive editor Bridget Foley.
The company is betting big on mobile and on recruiting and training young talent — as well as its private brands.
In its 90-plus-year existence, the brand has seen quite some change, the most recent one strategically implemented and spearheaded by current president and ceo.
In her talk, entitled, “Are fashion stores out of fashion….Or a competitive weapon in the digital age?” Remy spoke about the changing retail landscape.
The letter clarifies what the American firm said were numerous inaccuracies in an article dated Oct. 24.
With the recent signings, there are only two remaining spaces available in the retail heart of Rodeo Drive, and there are offers on both of those spaces.
“Everybody Street” is directed by photographer and documentarian Cheryl Dunn and produced by Lucy Cooper.