Safilo has made a deep investment in digitally native label, Blenders Eyewear.
The U.S. footwear industry’s lobby group penned a letter to U.S. officials, addressing financial fallout from the coronavirus crisis.
The Met expects to resume the gala and other special events next year.
The entities will launch an activewear line to be sold at Sbe properties worldwide.
The company’s U.S. division has holistically reevaluated its operations to prepare for significant changes in retail.
WWD reached out to the class of 2020 to send in video footage of their senior thesis collections.
The retail sector employs 29 million Americans, according to the National Retail Federation.
With few places to go, consumers appear to be purchasing fewer shoes.
As Tiffany & Co. releases a new iteration of its “T” collection called T1, WWD speaks with the jeweler’s current and former lead designers.
Designer Batsheva Hay, responsible for the prairie dress craze, hopes women will flock to her housedresses while working from home during the coronavirus crisis.
Sotheby’s this week sold a Cartier Tutti Frutti bracelet for the highest online auction price ever paid for jewelry.
The Kendra Scott jewelry brand says it has surpassed goals by engaging its community with a series of digital events and shopping initiatives.
New gold futures predict the safe haven metal could reach $3,000 per ounce over the next 18 months.
The piercing and fine jewelry label has begun conducting complimentary appointments via FaceTime and Google Hangouts.