Within three hours after making James-related merchandise available, Fanatics reported a Top-10 NBA day.
Just to be on the safe side, Justify’s trainer Bob Baffert, his wife Jill and son Bode have their own secret good-luck charms.
Olympic skater Johnny Weir won’t be seeing “I, Tonya,” out of respect to his “dear friend” Nancy Kerrigan.
Fans of the feature film “The Post” may be partial to “The Truth Lipstick,” an Ottenberg-designed lipstick case made from blank pages from The Washington Post.
Skiers can track their speed, weather conditions and distance to various ski lifts with the help of Smith’s new smart ski goggles.
After lining up IMG last year to broker licensing deals in Asia, Australia and New Zealand, the 120-year-old soccer club has added apparel, gadgets, car accessories and luggage for shoppers.
Accustomed to suiting up NBA players for their off-court appearances, the New York designer has made a $440,000 investment to his “Made to Measure, Made to Love” program.
In addition to opening new Equinox clubs in the U.S. and abroad, she is excited about the growth of all of the other brands under her jurisdiction – including Furthermore, Pure Yoga and PROJECT by Equinox.
Muhammad Ali’s grandson Biaggio Ali Walsh is modeling in a new campaign for Sprayground, which has also opened a pop-up store in Times Square.
Created by Yuko Shimizu in 1974, the Hello Kitty icon has been used for sandals, EVA airplanes, microwaves, coffee and a yearlong partnership with an Irvine, Calif. family-owned farm.
Candice Huffine, Tiki Barber and “Josie Girl” Anika Natori were also among the style-setters who went the distance Sunday.
As The North Face’s uniform designs were fine-tuned, four athletes helped see things through — Devin Logan, Maddie Bowman, Aaron Blunck and Tom Wallisch.
Just as American and European designers have taken inspiration from activewear brands — or jumped in altogether — now the tables are turning with more sportif labels offering shoppers everyday options.
For the opening week, the store’s Statement area will have offerings from the brand’s collaborations with Mastermind Japan, Alexander Wang, Spezial and White Mountaineering.
The Authentic Brands Group-owned company is launching its first lifestyle collection for men through a collaboration with DYNE and second one will follow with the streetwear label Publish.