Carlson’s nostalgic designs hark back to Marc Jacobs’ looks from the early Aughts.
Kanye West has enlisted longtime friend and Balenciaga designer Demna Gvasalia to act as creative director for the event.
Bay Area-based brand Title Nine has donated $1 million in direct payment to Olympic players to help lessen the pay gap.
González hopes that her representation encourages awareness and interest around Latin American culture.
In a 2-in-1 format, Rolex and the first Tudor Watch store in the U.S. opens in the Meatpacking District.
Shoe sales from the second quarter show a recovery that, at times, exceeds numbers set before the pandemic in 2019.
Rebag, with a stock of nearly 25,000 bags, is introducing a new AI technology that it hopes will promote a circular economy on its site.
Following in the footsteps of Crocs and Birkenstocks, Aerosoles launches a collaboration with Laura Ashley today as a first step toward growing its fashion quotient.
The Natural Diamond Council is betting on momentum to continue in the second half of the year.
Former editor and Barneys New York fashion director Marina Larroudé’s namesake shoe brand has just taken investment and projects 30,000 pairs sold in its first year.
Arielle Baron, who first intended to launch her line in fall 2020, will release a brand of shoes that mirror their environment.
Blue Nile CEO Sean Kell — now leading what claims to be the world’s largest online retailer of fine jewelry and diamonds — on charting a holistic overhaul toward $1 billion in sales.
Pandora has hired a new general manager for North America to help lead its new omnichannel approach as it continues to grow sales.
Tourneau’s 2018 acquisition strategy by Bucherer is beginning to take shape, including a name change.
Mark Cross is continuing its work around circular fashion by launching a selection of vintage products on The RealReal.