While issues around diversity can be difficult for some to grasp or relate to, PVH’s Lance LaVergne drew on a current example many can connect with: Meghan Markle.
Adapted to an online format this year, the event continued to seek innovative ideas with the help of a strong lineup of speakers.
In a webinar in collaboration with the British Fashion Council, speakers shared how British and Chinese creatives navigate the new normal.
The fashion illustrator discussed his influential career.
Now a professor at FIT, Stipelman’s star shone brightly at WWD, where he interpreted the work of designers from Rudy Gernreich to Yves Saint Laurent to Miuccia Prada.
After joining WWD in 1978, Flynn marveled at the volume of work that the artists produced daily and on deadline.
The first day of the WWD Virtual Apparel and Retail CEO Summit saw industry leaders discuss topics from consumer taste to diversity, the future of brick-and-mortar and sustainability.
Kailand Morris, the son of Stevie Wonder, is among the faces of the line, which ranges from suit jackets to jogging pants.
Amanda Smith’s appointment is part of a strategic shift that will for the first time bring all of PMC’s leading fashion brands under a single leadership and growth strategy.
Tara Donaldson has been named executive editor at WWD, while Peter Sadera joins Sourcing Journal as editor in chief.
Wellness is proving to be an attractive category to investors throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
The three-day event brings together leaders to assess what the industry can do to address sustainability issues.
The publication kicks off a new sustainability campaign on March 18, with an entirely digital agenda of content, a fashion week and summit.
Bluebell Group is more confident than ever about the Asian consumer as it further expands into new markets.