Lanterra Developments’ latest venture, Natasha The Residences, in Toronto’s Cultural District has been inspired by NKPR founder and president Natasha Koifman.
The Hope for Flowers x Naturalizer line is set to launch in March and will be made up of nine styles.
The factory in Honduras will produce sportswear for brands including Nike and Under Armour, according to local officials.
While there were fewer exhibitors and less buyer traffic, brands said they continue to see strong sales in the category.
Hi-Tec has reimagined and reissued the tennis shoes owned by the late South African president and former political prisoner when he was released from Robben Island in 1990.
New versions of the digital billboards are being shown this month in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and Boston, while the West Hollywood exhibit is on view through Aug. 30.
The event Dec. 2 to 4 will celebrate the city’s diversity and its creative communities through a series of activations in culture, entertainment, food and fashion.
Indian retail is opening despite the arrival of a potential new virus variant, and retail rents across the country are declining, sparking a return to high street locations.
A panel at FMG’s Tech Forum focused on how companies are addressing the growing demand for data about the origins of products.
The Grand Outlet Riviera Maya is set to measure almost 1 million square feet of mixed retail, restaurant and entertainment space.
David Rosendale, the former public relations head for Norton Simon, hits back at the Netflix series for its portrayal of David Mahoney of Norton Simon.
The renovations come as retail sales are beginning to rebound, with Mexico seeing fewer infections and deaths from COVID-19.