Photographer Mark Seliger has teamed with Christie’s to auction 25 archival photos to aid global coronavirus relief efforts.
The initiative, created by celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart, begins May 17.
The Oscar winner is bringing together some of today’s biggest celebrities to benefit the coronavirus relief efforts.
In the meantime, roughly 7,000 employees in North America across the Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo brands will be furloughed, effective April 11.
“After a hurricane, the sun comes out again,” said the designer, who is using confinement to take stock after a period of rapid growth.
The shutdown of the entertainment business is affecting Hollywood’s image-makers, including wardrobe, hair and makeup stylists, and the designers, p.r. and showrooms that rely on celebrity exposure in L.A. and beyond.
The fitness entrepreneur has shuttered studios amid coronavirus fears, but is forging ahead with her latest project.
Jennifer Lopez’s footwear range, being launched at DSW stores and DSW.com today, includes sky-high sandals, sexy stilettos, boots, booties and sneakers.
The Colombian singer will premiere the new outfits on March 11 in Athens and wear them on stage during his 11:11 world tour through April 4.
The company tapped Liz Fraser to be ceo of Kate Spade and Giorgio Sarné to head Stuart Weitzman.
The two brands performed well in the quarter, but Michael Kors continued to lag.