The newly inked deal means Under Armour will replace Majestic and Nike beginning in 2020.
The “would you dress Melania Trump?” query is out there — thrust into the social media fray by one of their own, no less — and it’s not going away.
The uncertain economy does not bode well for consumer confidence, tourist flows and the appetite for nonessentials.
There has been some doubt as to whether China still has its edge as the place to do fashion sourcing and manufacturing.
Changes in wholesale and consumer buying patterns are leading to a transformation.
Los Angeles organizers found their footing in 2016 and head into next year with confidence.
The e-commerce threat to brick-and-mortar may have been somewhat exaggerated, according to some real estate executives.
Pierre Cardin will celebrate 70 years in business with a fashion show for the ages at the Institut de France.
Organizers look to improve and revamp the environment for visitors to their venues.
A roundup of all the trade shows going on in the first half of 2017.