One fewer weekend day compared with the same month last year also posed a challenge for many stores.
The Japanese contemporary artist has created a 39-foot-tall gleaming sculpture of a robot woman.
The company announced a new fine-fiber technology and a program to reduce its use of plastic in packaging.
The store sells customizable T-shirts, as well as exclusive items from the range featuring the iconic Dior bee redrawn by artist Kaws.
The brand’s Ginza flagship will sell collaboration pieces and a capsule collection through Dec. 9.
The new Anessa and BareMinerals face adds inclusivity to how beauty is defined in Japan.
The company’s bottom line was boosted by a very low comparative base.
The athlete will follow in the footsteps of Roger Federer, Kei Nishikori and Adam Scott.
Lower-priced retailers focusing on basics did not fare well, due to warm weather throughout the month.
The photographer is the first Japanese to be featured in the brand’s “Fashion Eye” series of books
Established brands made triumphant returns to their home city, but buyers wonder who the next generation of stars may be.