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Diesel Taps Massimo Piombini as CEO

The former Balmain ceo will join the Italian company in February.

A Good Neighbor for Manhattan’s Chelsea Market

Dallas-based Neighborhood Goods has assembled more than 40 brands for its new store.

EXCLUSIVE: Diesel Sells Miami Apartments, Launches Condo T-shirts Campaign

Dubbed "The Most Expensive T-shirts Ever," each top shows a photo of one of the 143 apartments and comes with…

Francesco Trapani Leaves Tiffany & Co. Board

The news comes not long after the jewelry company was acquired by LVMH in a blockbuster $16.2 billion deal.

New Book Retraces Diesel’s Disruptive History in Fashion

"5D: Diesel, Dream, Disruption, Deviation, Denim" shines the spotlight on the brand's evolution through four…

Destination Maternity Files for Ch. 11 Bankruptcy

It is unclear yet whether the maternity apparel retailer will close more stores. Meanwhile, the online…

Diesel, Samsonite Unveil First Co-branded Luggage Collection

The OTB-owned brand signed a yearlong licensing agreement with the luggage maker.

EXCLUSIVE: CAA Signs Model Winnie Harlow

The 25-year-old was a contestant on Tyra Banks' "America's Next Top Model" in 2014.

Renzo Rosso on Diesel Farm and Tailor-made Wine

The entrepreneur's dream is "to have a wine atelier," as he discusses the development of Diesel Farm, which…

Diesel Red Tag Shows Denim Pieces From Readymade in Paris

The denim designs will be sold in a select number of Diesel stores in January 2020.

EXCLUSIVE: Diesel, Coca-Cola Team on Sustainable Capsule Collection

The 12-piece urban lineup incorporates fabrics derived from recycled PET Coca-Cola bottles.

Is Diesel Teaming With Coca-Cola?

The Italian fashion brand is planning a special event to be held in Paris at Galeries Lafayette on Sept. 28…

Diesel Red Tag Project With A-Cold-Wall Launches in New York

The collection is being offered for pre-sale and will be shipped in December.

Diesel Mocks ‘Wardrobing’ Phenomenon With Fall Ad Campaign

The act of purchasing, wearing and returning fashion pieces is being ridiculed with images and videos.

The Retail Puzzle

The death of brick-and-mortar is definitely trending. But is it true?