The longtime stylist and costume designer will lead partnerships for the new Clmbr fitness machine, which counts investors like Jay Z.
This marks the first retail pop-up from the brand since the beginning of the pandemic.
With the new deal, a rise in “live shopping” and social shopping related to NBC TV shows seems inevitable.
At 77,000 members, the NYT Cooking Community group has apparently become too large and unwieldy for staffers to moderate.
Duchamps.io is launching as a crypto-only auction house with its first lot a pristine vintage Pokémon deck.
3DLook first raised money last year to keep up with demand and growth, with investors like supermodel Natalia Vodianova.
Silver revived his father’s textile business, Jasco Fabrics, becoming a source for nearly every notable American brand.
The popular and profitable accessories brand is already looking at additional retail locations.
Brands including Nike, PVH, Levi’s and H&M are cited in a new report on the thousands of apparel workers going unpaid or underpaid amid the pandemic.
Swift Studios is making multiple types of sets available to photographers and other types of creators.
Despite HuffPost set to lose another $20 million this year, the method with which staffers were told of layoffs is irking many.
Nordstrom claims its insurer is making “a transparent effort” to avoid damage costs sustained amid mostly peaceful protests last year.
The two-hour special interview pulled millions of viewers for CBS, competing with the Oscars on TV and the Super Bowl on streaming.
The media conglomerate continues to trim ranks as it shifts to a focus on streaming content.