WWD offers a quick escape during a distressing time with a look at some fall collections that played to the imagination.
According to nonprofit Remake, more than 50 million international garment workers are negatively impacted because of COVID-19.
Café Forgot's founders were hard-pressed to find a solution for selling goods during COVID-19.
The $2 trillion stimulus package allocates $350 million for the Paycheck Protection Program.
Matthew Belloni is leaving after four years in the top job and 14 years at the industry publication.
Elton John, Lizzo, Billie Eilish and more are expected to perform.
Lafayette 148 is among the companies that is producing the protective gear.
Wirecutter, The Strategist and Amazon are seeing sales of vibrators, "bed desks” and other products surge as Americans invest in staying home.
The administration of the fund, called "Sempre con Voi [Always With You]" will be entrusted to the Civil Protection.
Patrizio Miceli, head of creative agency Al Dente, is helping brands develop content tailored to digital platforms like Netflix and Twitch.
Tiffany & Co., VF Corporation and the De Beers Group all announced sizeable donations to Coronavirus-related charities on Monday.
A 3-D configurator from Expivi gives brands a competitive edge, and lower product returns.
Terry Walmsley, director of regulatory affairs and sustainability at Noble Biomaterials, discusses.
As face masks are becoming more of a necessity for people around the world — and not just physicians and health-care professionals fighting the coronavirus — the purposes they serve are as varied as the individuals who wear them. Part of the increasing demand for masks stems from the fact that surgical masks and N95 respirators are not meant to be shared or reused. The widely referenced N95 respirators and surgical masks are examples of personal protective equipment used to protect wearers from airborne particles and from liquid contaminating the face. In addition to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the regulation of N95 respirators in the U.S. is handled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The criteria for various medical face masks include material performance testing for bacterial filtration efficiency, differential, pressure resistance to synthetic blood, flammability and submicron particulate filtration efficiency. With essential PPE scarce in many health facilities due to the COVID-19 crisis, the FDA recently lifted requirements for different masks to increase availability. For example, face masks that are to be used for medical purposes but are not meant to provide
Publishers are postponing release dates, suspending print runs, and focusing on online in order to engage with readers.
The Queen made a rare TV address on Sunday night, telling a locked-down Britain that "better days will return."
The legendary photographer, in one of his last public appearances last December, spoke about his work methods and his love for the Windy City.
Known for photographing "the Estee Lauder Woman" campaign, Skrebneski also lensed such celebrities as Cindy Crawford, Oprah Winfrey, Audrey Hepburn, and David Bowie.
Forrester and Narvar released a report detailing how brick-and-mortar and digital retailers are pivoting during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ashley Rabin, founder of Gilded-Mane Jewelry, shares insights into the changing world amid the coronavirus pandemic.