In a fashion landscape that is currently dominated by talk of diversity and inclusion, why can’t companies and brands seem to get it right?
Shares of the newly formed Victoria’s Secret & Co. closed up more than 29 percent during its first day of trading.
The luxury lingerie brand will soon offer technically fitted underwear, sleepwear and swimwear in select styles across all body types.
Shares of Victoria’s Secret & Co. began trading provisionally Monday and were priced around $45 each.
The lingerie brand establishes new procedures around diversity, equity and inclusion as it prepares to go it alone on the public market.
The limited-edition collection will be available on the lingerie brand’s website.
Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue flagship opens to the public with plus-size mannequins, soft lighting, full-length mirrors and new product categories.
To celebrate National Ice Cream Day, Fleur du Mal has teamed up with Richie Shazam and Big Gay Ice Cream to debut new desert-themed lingerie.
Meanwhile, L Brands founder Leslie H. Wexner begins the process of a secondary offering of more than 20 million shares.
The limited-edition collaboration includes hosiery, leggings, bodysuits, jumpsuits, socks and a few skin-tight dresses.
The $333 million deal is expected to close in the third quarter.
Adore Me says Rihanna’s use of the term “Adore Us” in its marketing messages is confusing to shoppers.