This season, steer clear of your tired and overworn darker outfits—and instead swap in bright, all-white winter looks for an added dose of eye-catching cool.
But high-end tourists spend more of their budgets in the U.K. than in France, according to the tourist shopping tax refund company.
The three styles, worn by characters in the 25th James Bond film, is available at Barton Perreira and global retailers.
Robbie Myers, Joanna Coles and Elaine Welteroth all had to find new jobs.
The merged capabilities offer brands and retailers reduced costs, better sell-through and improved speed to market.
Rue21 and Spike Lee are doing right by each other. The Pittsburgh, Pa.-based Rue21, along with Spike Lee’s production company called Forty Acres and a Mule, and the Defend Brooklyn clothing firm, have collaborated on a limited-edition 30th anniversary “Do the Right Thing” collection. The official launch of the collection is today and is being sold exclusively at Rue21’s 690 stores and on rue21.com. The 14-piece line includes men’s and women’s sweatshirts, T-shirts, beanies, lanyards, sling bags, socks and ID holders. Prices range from $2.99 ID holders to $37.99 hooded sweatshirts, with men’s apparel priced from $19.99 to $37.99; women’s, $16.99-$32.99, and accessories, $2.99 to $19.99. Mookie men’s T-shirts are reduced to $10 from $23.99, and on some items, if you buy one, the second one is 50 percent off. The “Do the Right Thing” anniversary collection at Rue21. “Do the Right Thing” is a movie depicting racial tensions in Brooklyn in the heat of the summer, culminating in violence, a death and destruction. Lee produced, wrote and directed the movie. He also starred in the movie, which featured the film debuts of Martin Lawrence and Rosie Perez and also starred Samuel L. Jackson, Giancarlo Esposito, John Turturro, Danny Aiello, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, RichardRead More...
The festival at the Cinémathèque Française will shine a light on French New Wave cinema, which inspired Virginie Viard's spring collection.
A-Cold-Wall will stage its fall/winter 2020 runway show at the Palazzo del Ghiaccio in Milan as part of plans to highlight British men's wear talent in Italy.
Ceo James Miller on how the company wound up in the KKR portfolio and — finally — ready for business.
Virgil Abloh credits Nigo with pioneering the luxury streetwear concept. Now they’re working together at Louis Vuitton.
Called Frame, the new Milanese "experience store" combines a cafeteria, a shop and an event area.
The first collection produced by Italian company G.S.T. SrL will bow at the Pitti Uomo trade fair in January.
The agreement will come into effect on Jan. 1, 2021.
The style’s fabric, buttons and zips are all derived from castor beans.