Business

Retailers Add Back 258,300 Jobs With Big Gains at Specialty Stores

clock August 7, 2020Evan Clark

Fashion

#BLM in Italy: Stella Jean Feels Lack of Support

clock August 7, 2020Alessandra Turra

Beauty

Beauty’s Creative Professionals During the Coronavirus Pandemic

clock August 7, 2020Jennifer Weil and Sandra Salibian and James Manso

The United States of Luxury

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Overview

America the Beautiful. That seems to be the song luxury brands are singing. With the Chinese market cooling and Europe in the doldrums, the U.S. is looking more like the luxury El Dorado it used to be.SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

Cara Delevingne holding the Karlito charm.

Business Features

Outer Limits: The Cost of Luxury Products

With the richest 1 percent of the world’s population getting wealthier, luxury products still sell out at ever-higher prices.

clock November 17, 2014Laure Guilbault

Reem Acra RTW Spring 2015

Fashion Features

Lebanon Designers Making a Name

Meet the next wave of international designers making a name on the runways—and with the celeb set.

clock November 17, 2014Paulina Szmydke

Lifestyle

Nick Wooster Teams Up With Birchbox Man

The former men’s fashion director of Neiman Marcus has been tapped to select his top grooming picks.

clock November 16, 2014Jean E. Palmieri

Jerry Seinfeld with Stella McCartney in her own design.

People

Stella McCartney Honored at Lincoln Center

An eclectic cross-section of her closest buds including Yoko Ono, Jessica and Jerry Seinfeld, Lorne Michaels, Thakoon Panichgul and Marilyn Minter attended.

clock November 13, 2014Jessica Iredale and Taylor Harris

Denim

Joe’s Jeans Defaults on Term Loan

The denim company is seeking adjustments and waivers with Garrison Loan Agency, CIT.

clock November 16, 2014Arnold J. Karr

The Checked Dress watercolour for Vogue, c.1955

Fashion Scoops

The Spy Who Loved Style: London Gallery to Mount Brian Stonehouse Show

A new exhibition showcases works by the British painter, who served as a spy during World War II and later became a fashion illustrator.

clock November 14, 2014Lorelei Marfil

A Scooby-Doo sweater from Forever 21's new Warner Bros. cartoon-themed collection.

Fashion Scoops

Forever 21 to Revive Classic Warner Bros. Characters

The line will feature the mugs of Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera favorites such as Bugs Bunny, Tweety Bird, Daffy Duck, Scooby Doo, and The Flintstones

clock November 14, 2014Rebecca Dancer

Steve McSween

Human Resources

Nautica Names Steve McSween New Head of Men’s

On Friday, Chris Cox resigned as vice president of design and creative, effective immediately.

clock November 17, 2014Jean E. Palmieri

Media

Michael Kors’ Instagram Adds ‘Buy’

Today will see the launch of #InstaKors, a program that aims to bridge the brand’s Instagram and e-commerce channels.

clock November 17, 2014Rachel Strugatz

Asking rents, depending on location, are in the $450 a square foot range.

Real Estate

Westfield World Trade Center Unveils Tenant Roster

The partial tenant roster released includes Michael Kors, Hugo Boss, John Varvatos and Turnbull & Asser.

clock November 17, 2014Sharon Edelson

The Bottega Veneta store in Boston.

Designer and Luxury

The United States of Luxury

With the Chinese market cooling and Europe in the doldrums, the U.S. is looking more like the luxury El Dorado it used to be.

clock November 17, 2014Samantha Conti and Miles Socha

Inside Itala Independent's first U.S. Flagship store.

Eyewear

Italia Independent Lands in NYC

The company’s first stand-alone store in the U.S. is an 850-square-foot flagship in New York’s SoHo neighborhood.

clock November 17, 2014Lauren McCarthy

Elie Saab

Designer and Luxury

Elie Saab Steps Out in L.A.

The Lebanese couturier and ready-to-wear designer made his first public appearance in the U.S. here last week, followed by a star-studded dinner a day later.

clock November 17, 2014Marcy Medina

Nick Jonas performing at the unveiling of Lord &Taylor's holiday windows.

Retail

NYC’s Holiday Windows Take Dramatic Turn

Lord & Taylor and Barneys New York began the flood of holiday window unveilings with events that reflected the two retailers’ distinct personalities.

clock November 17, 2014David Moin and Marc Karimzadeh

Media

MPA Ranks Magazine Brands’ Social Engagement

On Instagram, National Geographic came in first — in fact, it dominated all social categories — pulling 8.6 million followers.

clock November 17, 2014Alexandra Steigrad

Media

Lawyers for Condé Nast Interns File Motion for Settlement

The plaintiffs’ attorneys, from Outten & Golden LLP, asked the court for the maximum settlement for themselves of 11.11 percent, or $650,000.

clock November 17, 2014Alexandra Steigrad

Fashion Scoops

Perry Ellis Shares Rise on Sale Talks

Shares rose nearly 2.8 percent to $23.58 as talks about a possible sale resurfaced on Friday.

clock November 17, 2014Vicki M. Young

A Bruce Weber for Shinola leather leash.

Fashion Scoops

Bruce Weber in Europe for Shinola Collaboration

The pet accessories line made its debut at Colette on Thursday night.

clock November 17, 2014Paulina Szmydke

Fashion Scoops

Sass & Bide to Show at London Fashion Week

The label is ditching New York Fashion Week to head back to its London roots for fall 2015.

clock November 17, 2014Patty Huntington

The Charlotte Olympia slot machine

Fashion Scoops

Charlotte Olympia Planning Holiday Campaign

Come Dec. 1, the label will debut an online slot-machine game called “Spin to Win” on its Web site, charlotteolympia.com.

clock November 17, 2014Nina Jones

Essentialist

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