Today's Digital Daily
Designers, including burkini creator Aheda Zanetti, are puzzled over the recent backlash.
• Ritu Upadhyay
The designer will showcase the fall Tommy x Gigi Collection designed in collaboration with supermodel Gigi Hadid.
• Lisa Lockwood
Actress and dancer Jenna Dewan Tatum is Danskin's newest brand ambassador, appearing as the face — and body — of its fall ad campaign.
• Marcy Medina
The 55-second video, titled “The Time I Had Some Time Alone,” is to debut today.
January 7, 2011
• Miles Socha
Editor Lorin Stein appeared with three of his deputies at McNally Jackson Books to talk about publishing a literary quarterly in the online age
January 7, 2011
• Turner, Zeke
Britain is famed for its period dramas, but writer Julian Fellowes’ latest outing, “Downton Abbey,” is a little more risqué.
January 10, 2011
• Nina Jones
Actor Jon Hamm was present at the unveiling of Jaeger-LeCoultre’s newly revamped Reverso watch model.
January 10, 2011
• WWD Staff
WWD tapped independent-minded thinkers to pinpoint factors affecting the fashion crowd in 2011.
Standout recent releases include Katy Perry’s Purr fragrance and Lady Gaga’s makeup line.
In the fine jewelry sector, 2011 hinges on one single element: gold.
Increasingly, fashion-obsessed consumers who observe the collections on the trade schedule want the merchandise as quickly as possible.
These eight films and TV shows, coming out this year, are sure to set high marks for style.
Staffers at Newsweek are anxiously waiting for the deal to close between IAC’s The Daily Beast and magazine owner Sidney Harmon.
Beauty retailers including Bluemercury and Macy’s are dusting off their pre-2008 expansion plans.
Crude oil prices have been rising and prices at the pump along with them.
The unemployment rate has dropped, but the road back to a healthy jobs picture is expected to be a long, slow one.
McKinsey & Co. estimated that private equity firms are sitting on as much as $100 billion.
With more titles slated to launch this year, publishers are watching to see if the iPad can result in serious dollars.
The big story of 2011 will be an evolving one: how consumers shop.
In 2011, expect to see more retailers launching stores on Facebook and more widget stores that live on blogs and other websites.
Don’t expect the majority of consumers to rock the Seventies Yves Saint Laurent look.
Agency executives and reps speculate about the models you’ll see on runways in 2011.
Hanesbrands ceo Richard Noll proclaimed last year that “the era of apparel deflation is now over.”
Experts declare that skinny jeans have crossed over from being a trend to a new classic.
Time and tide reverse for no man — except maybe Tom Ford.
The buyers have spoken — longer skirts are making the transition from runway to retail.
Will 2011 be the year that the industry gets its pre-collection (as in pre-fall and resort) act together?
Retailers are embracing sensible shoes in a big way this year, noting that they go hand in hand with the soon-to-be-popular lower hemlines.
Prince William and Kate Middleton kick off a trifecta of royal nuptials happening in 2011.
WWD picks which celebrities should — and could — break into the fashion biz and the lines they would ideally be designing.
WWD looks at the issues, trends and ideas likely to impact 2011.
• David Moin