The spring shows feature debuts at four major brands, prompting reflection on the pace of designer change.
The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.
The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.
The retailer is gearing up for the all-important holiday selling season and expects December 2013 to be more in line with that in 2011.
Since his return to the company in May, the executive has been racing against the clock in a bid to fix P&G’s most glaring issues.
A percentage of sales of eight marquee fantasy gifts will be apportioned to the company’s new namesake nonprofit that supports arts education for youth.
The global director, digital & social media at Gap Inc. digital media, told attendees to forget the “one size fits all” approach.
The company uses a variety of channels to digitally engage its customers.
The “fluid layout” is here to stay and a fundamental shift in Web development is under way.
The latest survey results from iProspect looks at the differences within each of the three generational groups: Millennials, Gen X and Baby Boomers.
The online retailer’s ceo warned brands that they shouldn’t “throw out the store” when embracing digital.
The designer is launching a multipronged campaign this month that is pegged to World Food Day on Oct. 16.
The Condé Nast title will be the first to offer MasterPass technology — allowing readers to purchase items featured in the magazine without leaving the page.
The organization received the Downtown Pinnacle Award from the International Downtown Association at its annual conference, which was held in New York.