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

Ralph Lauren

Calvin Klein, Donna Karan, and Fern Mallis

People

Tables Turn: Fern Mallis to Face the Muse

The creator of New York Fashion Week will be in the haute seat.

clock March 15, 2019Sharon Edelson

Ralph Lauren

Markets

Jane Nielsen, CFO at Ralph Lauren, Adds Chief Operating Officer to Title

Howard Smith, group president, international, will become chief commercial officer.

clock March 1, 2019Lisa Lockwood

Fall 2019 Fashion Trends: 7 Trends from the New York Fashion Week Runway

Fashion Scoops

7 Fall 2019 Fashion Trends From the Runways of New York Fashion Week

The standout trends coming from the New York Fashion Week runways.

clock February 20, 2019Layla Ilchi

Backstage at Christian Siriano RTW Fall 2019

Fashion Scoops

7 NYFW Moments That Had Everyone Talking

From the runway returns of Christy Turlington Burns and Patti Hansen to a surprise performance by Barry Manilow, here are the most buzzed about moments coming from New York Fashion Week.

clock February 14, 2019Layla Ilchi

Ralph Lauren RTW Fall 2019

Ralph Lauren RTW Spring 2019

On Thursday, Ralph Lauren welcomed guests to Ralph’s Coffee, an intimate eatery installed on the first floor of his women’s flagship on Madison Avenue where they took in a chic spring show.

clock February 7, 2019Bridget Foley

Angela Ahrendts at the Ralph Lauren Fall 2019 Show.

Fashion Scoops

Angela Ahrendts’ Post-Apple Plans

Ahrendts plans to do some traveling after leaving Apple in April.

clock February 7, 2019Lisa Lockwood

Swatches from Pantone NYFW Fall 2019: Chili Pepper, Biking Red, Crème de Peche.

Designer and Luxury

Pantone Fall-Winter Color Trends Play Up Individuality With Instagrammable Shades

The fall-winter color forecast is geared for Instagrammers and shoppers, who are ready to try out new shades or accent what they already own with a little flash or pop.

clock February 7, 2019Rosemary Feitelberg

RALPH LAUREN FASHION SHOW INVITATION

Fashion Features

Bridget Foley’s Diary: Breakfast at Ralph’s: Coffee and a Collection

Coffee, a croissant and a full-on fashion show. Now that’s a breakfast menu.

clock February 6, 2019Bridget Foley

Patrice Louvet

Financial

Ralph Lauren Rising: Sales, Profits Gain

The company’s sales and profits topped expectations for the key holiday quarter, driving its stock higher.

clock February 6, 2019Evan Clark

Patrice Louvet

Financial

Ralph Lauren Profits, Sales Jump

The company’s top line expanded by 5.1 percent during the key holiday quarter.

clock February 5, 2019Evan Clark

Natasha Lyonne

People

Natasha Lyonne Has More Layers Than a Russian Nesting Doll

The actress says her latest project, “Russian Doll,” is cathartic.

clock February 1, 2019Sharon Edelson

Levi's Type III jacket.

Legal

Judge: Levi Strauss & Co. Is Not a ‘Trademark Bully’

A Manhattan judge dismissed a complaint calling the 164-year old retailer a bully.

clock January 31, 2019Kellie Ell

The Polo 11 jacket has a built-in heating element.

Mens Designer Luxury

Ralph Lauren Creates Heatable Moon Jackets

The jackets were inspired by a Nineties Polo parka and are an “homage” to the Apollo 11 moon landing.

clock January 17, 2019Jean E. Palmieri

Kevin Carrigan

Designer and Luxury

Kevin Carrigan Resigns From Ralph Lauren

Earlier he was global creative director of Calvin Klein Inc.

clock January 14, 2019Lisa Lockwood

Chico's Coconut Point storefront.

Financial

Chico’s Closing 250 Stores, Focusing More on Digital

The women’s apparel retailer revealed plans to close at least 250 stores while investing in new technology.

clock January 11, 2019Kellie Ell

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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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clock March 22, 2019Evan Clark

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