The model is throwing herself into a legal fight over her leaving Lions for DNA.
Nike is still on top, but Adidas and Hermès are gaining traction.
The athleticwear giant is still struggling with U.S. sales, but expects that to change soon.
The industry sees its much-loved tax cuts slipping away with the strong possibility that new tariffs will hit apparel.
The brands join a number of other companies adopting a fur-free policy.
The Millennial-favored online marketplace is expanding, backed by a new infusion of capital.
The brand is upbeat about the coming year, but declined to address harassment accusations against Paul Marciano.
The beauty retailer denied that it resells used products, while noting it’s not “legally responsible” if some stores did.
A soured investor relationship has seen the designer’s brand shut down.
Walmart, Target, Gap and others are urging Trump to “carefully consider” trade actions against China.
Cofounders of the vintage retailer said Chanel is aiming for outsized control of its brand aftermarket.
WWD looks back at a 1978 interview with Hubert de Givenchy.
A former Walmart employee claims he was fired after voicing concerns over the behemoth’s e-commerce accounting, though the company says he is just “disgruntled.”
The lawsuit could cost the popular vintage retailer millions.