In an effort to raise awareness on political and social responsibility, companies such as American Eagle Outfitters Inc. and Aéropostale Inc. have embarked on national campaigns that show young people its cool to get involved.
Jordan’s labor minister, seeking to reassure U.S. apparel buyers and the public that his government has taken steps to eradicate violations in the garment industry, outlined a five-year monitoring program Thursday intended to eliminate abusive factories.
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Cosmetics companies, including L’Oréal and Unilever, this year are phasing out the use of shark liver oil, also known as squalene or squalane, as an ingredient in their cosmetics products.
BeautyBank, a division of the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc., has named Catherine Bomboy vice president of global communications.
Before even showing his first women’s collection for Ferré, there already might be growing tension between Lars Nilsson and his bosses.
Children’s Place former chief executive officer said on Thursday he is considering purchasing the specialty retailer for about $578 million.