Maria Kochetkova — a principal dancer with both the San Francisco Ballet and the American Ballet Theatre — breaks from the convention of a cloistered ballerina.
Is the case of a shrunken trunk about flattery or theft, evolution or devolution?
Nicolas Cloutier of Nose is dressed to sell 21st-century fragrance the old-fashioned way. By JENNIFER WEIL
John Hardy appointed Hollie Bonneville Barden, formerly head designer of De Beers, new creative director.
Kathryn Sargent broke the British tailoring mold as the first female to set up shop in London’s Savile Row.
With an investment from Puig, Eric Buterbaugh’s line of floral fragrances is growing from a one-man-show to a niche label that’s a hit with retailers.
Yesim Philip felt frustrated by the traditional tennis whites sold in stores, calling the offerings “too technical” and “unflattering.”