Business

Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

clock March 22, 2019David Moin

Business

Galeries Lafayette's Billion Euro China Plan

clock March 23, 2019Nyima Pratten

Fashion

Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore

Sportswear

A North Sails duffle bag marking the sponsorship with the 151 Miglia-Trofeo Cetilar regatta.

Sportswear

North Sails Sponsors 151 Miglia-Trofeo Cetilar Regatta

The Italian sailing competition will become completely plastic-free starting from the 2019 edition.

clock March 22, 2019Martino Carrera

Kelia Moniz Hailey Bieber

Sportswear

Hailey Baldwin, Pro-Surfer Kelia Moniz Talk Roxy Sister Line

The friends were tapped for a four-season collection with surf brand Roxy.

clock March 20, 2019Kari Hamanaka

Vanille Verloes

Sportswear

Nike Unveils Uniforms for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Front-row at the Paris event were Naomi Campbell and Christelle Kocher, who designed a run of custom pieces for the show, featuring 28 female soccer players.

clock March 11, 2019Katya Foreman

Nike

Sportswear

Nike Continues Focus on Women’s: Reveals UEFA Deal, Soccer Kits

The athletic apparel company tapped the expertise of players to design the football jerseys.

clock March 11, 2019Kari Hamanaka

Ride Cycle Club

Sportswear

He’s Back: JJ Wilson Reenters Technical Apparel

The son of Lululemon founder Chip Wilson and cofounder of Kit and Ace has a new line for his spin studio Ride Cycle Club.

clock March 6, 2019Kari Hamanaka

London Fog Jeremy Scott

Sportswear

Jeremy Scott Reimagines Travel With London Fog

The first of a two-season collaboration is rooted in the classic trench, with the designer’s twist.

clock March 4, 2019Kari Hamanaka

Interior of The Collection store

Sportswear

Street Signs: Looking for Rare Supreme Merch? The Collection in London Has the Answer 

The new Soho store stocks Supreme, the world’s only Nuptse Sample Wolf Fur North Face jacket, and plans to carry Birkin bags, too.

clock February 28, 2019Fiona Ma

Proenza Schouler RTW Spring 2019

Sportswear

What to Watch: What’s Making a Splash in Contemporary This Spring

The contemporary market will see a continuation of animal prints, tie-dye, tailoring, neon, rocker-inspired jackets and floral slipdresses.

clock January 3, 2019Lisa Lockwood

La La Anthony models a look from her collection for Ashley Stewart.

Sportswear

What to Watch: Curvy Players Continue to Proliferate

Celebrities, designers and web sites continue to infiltrate this growing business.

clock January 3, 2019Lisa Lockwood

Pierre-André Senizergues

Sportswear

Etnies, Emerica Founder Keeps Tight Grip on Independence

The French skater who oversees the Sole Technology portfolio of skate and snow brands has continued to weather market ups and downs on his own terms.

clock December 20, 2018Kari Hamanaka

Sincerely Jules Julie Sariñana Billabong

Sportswear

Billabong Looks to Elevate With Help of Sincerely Jules’ Julie Sariñana

The surfwear brand is broadening its deal with the influencer to include a capsule collaboration due out next year.

clock December 7, 2018Kari Hamanaka

Eric Emanuel x New Era

Sportswear

Eric Emanuel Expands Partnership With New Era

The designer is now producing apparel for the company.

clock November 16, 2018Aria Hughes

Rebecca Taylor has launched a rental service, Rebecca Taylor RNTD with Caastle.

Sportswear

Rebecca Taylor Launches Rebecca Taylor Rntd, a Rental Service

Customers can subscribe for a monthly fee of $159, which will give access to four prioritized items per shipment.

clock November 15, 2018Lisa Lockwood

Janie Bryant

Sportswear

Janie Bryant, Emmy-Winning Costume Designer, Debuts JXB for Curvy Women

The direct-to-consumer brand will launch later this month on brandjxb.com and will feature sizes 12 to 24.

clock November 14, 2018Lisa Lockwood

The homepage of Vince Unfold.

Sportswear

Vince to Launch Unfold, an Online Subscription Service

Powered by Caastle, Vince Unfold is the first apparel subscription service to be offered by a retail brand in the advanced contemporary market.

clock November 12, 2018Lisa Lockwood

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A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018

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