Queenly’s latest fundraising round brings the total to $7.1 million to date. Does it signal optimism about the future of live events?
The Italian designer expressed confidence in the resilience of his namesake company, which registered a 34 percent increase in sales in the first half of 2021, after a 2020 impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The athletics apparel brands sued dozens of websites over what they alleged are counterfeit sales of Yeezy and other footwear.
Editor in chief Richard Dennen doesn’t see age — just fabulous-ness — and has put the 55-year-old Cindy Crawford on the cover of the September issue in a Chanel miniskirt.
Sales in the year to March 30, 2020 dipped 2.9 percent due to COVID-related store closures, and a lack of international tourists.
The Nativa Regenerative Agriculture program is focused on responsibly sourced Merino wool.
The oversize totes will be available on Kule.com, as well as Air Mail’s e-commerce site Air Supply and will retail for $248.
Consumers intended to spend more last year on b-t-s, but that’s because of increased spending on furniture for remote learning.
The watchdog said the eyewear maker fixed prices and prevented retailers from selling its products online.
The Italian editor joined the magazine in 2017, succeeding the late Franca Sozzani.
The Italian entrepreneur has invested in Youngtimers AG, a company listed on the Swiss Bourse which fully acquired Garage Italia earlier this year.
Avery Dennison launched Sustainable ADvantage to “set the benchmark for innovation and sustainability.”
The 60-year-old brand is launching a global marketing campaign that profiles people living their best lives through commerce experiences.
The art exhibition and auction features work by 26 Black women artists, benefiting Black women.
Unilever’s overall underlying sales were up 5.4 percent to 25.8 billion euros in the six months to June 30, while profit declined due partly to cost price inflation.
Since its settlement over the Lil Nas X “Satan Shoes,” the athletic wear retailer is targeting companies in California and Oregon.
Beedle launched the responsibly sourced winter clothing brand in 2018, and had been juggling it with his AllSaints role.
The retailer’s modernized flagship in Manhattan sets a tone for the multibillion-dollar chain and marks a milestone in turnaround efforts.
The Italian luxury industrial pole has welcomed in its portfolio Emmegi, a Lombardy-based manufacturer focused on informal outerwear.
The company was swift to slash costs, and focus on digital sales, with fewer markdowns.
The Knightsbridge Estate has been spiffing up acres of prime retail, residential and office property tucked between Harrods and Harvey Nichols, and the focus is on enriching the local community.
Mary Davis backed her defamation suit against the Fashion Institute of Technology over allegedly racist designs featured in a fashion show.
Tiffany finally settled with Costco, ending a years-long IP dispute that dealt with whether an arguably generic meaning can trump a brand name.
She plans to post new interviews on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Using an ironic tone, the “Not in Milano” short clip rejecting stereotypes on business tourism will be broadcasted in the U.S., U.K., France and Germany starting next week.
Céline Assimon, currently chief executive officer of De Beers Jewellers, will take on the additional role of CEO at De Beers Forevermark, and lead both jewelry houses.
Lands’ End loyalty to FlexPLM is one of the “broadest and deepest implementations” of Retail PLM in the world.
Revenues of the Florence-based company grew 44.1 percent in the first six months of the year compared with the same period of 2020.
Denim continues to go green in many facets, inclusive of organic, recycled and compostable materials.
The companies said they will leverage complementary strengths.
The move reflects the growing importance of the Chinese market for the Switzerland-based luxury brand.
The retailer is updating its distribution center technology at a time when the pandemic has highlighted global supply chain vulnerabilities.
CEO Martin Waters laid out his vision of the company’s bright future — and its past missteps.