Launching today, the line is available in sizes 10 to 24.
The couple initially intended to get married in their home country of Australia, but decided on a whim to change course and do an alfresco dinner on the grounds of a grand castle in France instead.
Julie Wainwright, founder and ceo of the luxury consignment marketplace, agreed with Gucci president and ceo Marco Bizzarri, saying "it’s clear that we must do more and do it faster.”
Magazines wrapping to explore alternatives like recycled plastic from PCR waste, biodegradable bio-based content, paper or naked mailing.
Sugarcoated with cheese, the collection includes seven handbags of different sizes and one T-shirt, just in time for the year of the rat.
The Australian musician is a friend of the brand and a regular guest at Gucci fashion shows and events.
The company operating the Byblos and Manuel Facchini labels turned to the Court of Milan to continue to operate.
The author describes how personalized design is digital commerce’s "big opportunity for 2020 and beyond."
To help relaunch the Vogue Shop, the designers have created three limited-edition shirts with a potent message: Waste not, want not.
Vogue’s new line of merchandise is here, just in time for the holidays—with help from Public School, Shinola, Maisonette, Crane, UrbanStems, the Selby, and more.
The Parisian designer and her boyfriend started out seal-spotting on the California coast, then eventually decided to tie the knot in Nevada.
Weak international tourism, unfavorable weather conditions and weak traffic at some malls impacted the business.
The Le Bernarndin wine director has distilled wine down to the essentials in his book "Wine Simple."
Former Jungsik chef Hoyoung Kim has opened his own restaurant in collaboration with Hand Hospitality.
The executive transformed the store into a beauty powerhouse, launching brands ranging from MAC Cosmetics and Shu Uemura to Fenty Beauty in the U.K.
The French luxury house has moved its show forward by one day to Dec. 4.
Collagerie, a new e-commerce platform based in London, is the brainchild of former Vogue editors Lucinda Chambers and Serena Hood.
The brand will display celebrity interpretations of the late designer's iconic style — along with fall 2020 men's collections.