Marks and Spencer's ongoing shape-shifting efforts dented sales and profits in the financial year.
The capsule will first launch on the app, followed by Selfridges and pop-ups in the U.S.
Science-based skin care is driving Chinese consumers to stock up on serums, masks and essences — as long as they believe it works.
The line, which will launch this summer, is being created by MGO, a brand portfolio company whose chief creative officer is Ginny Hilfiger.
Smaller brands and start-ups are circling in, trying to take market share as the lingerie giant puts its comeback strategy in motion.
The app's YouTube will be a curated, shoppable channel featuring members of its influencer community.
The former Ralph Lauren chief executive officer is now heir-apparent at PVH and is coming in with a fresh outlook.
Women's apparel and beauty were the most challenged areas last quarter.
The specialty retailer seeks new leadership after shares fall more than 61 percent year-over-year.
The company announces a new subscription rental service. But the stock still sinks after a disappointing quarter.
Art Peck wants Gap to stage a comeback like the iconic jeans brand.
QVC and HSN are seeking the next big thing in fashion and beauty. The multichannel retailers, both part of the Qurate Retail Group, will stage “The Big Find” contest to discover “the next big brands” in beauty, fashion, accessories and jewelry. From June 13 to July 12, entrepreneurs can submit a video entry presenting their products and telling the story behind their brand. “The Big Find is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for entrepreneurs to share their stories with an audience of millions across our QVC and HSN platforms,” said Mary Campbell, chief merchandising officer, Qurate Retail Group, and chief commerce officer, QVC U.S. “We’re looking for entrepreneurs who are passionate about their products, have great stories to tell, and are engaging storytellers. This initiative is part of our ongoing commitment to bring our customers more discoveries while increasing our product differentiation.” QVC and HSN have launched several successful entrepreneur-driven brands like IT Cosmetics, Philosophy, BareMinerals, Spanx and Diane Gilman. QVC and HSN sell products via home shopping and web sites. Merchandisers from QVC and HSN will review all applications and invite selected brands to a round of in-person pitch panels in August in West Chester, Pa., and St. Petersburg, Fla., where QVC and HSN areRead More...
The former Ralph Lauren ceo is now heir-apparent at PVH and set to oversee the firm’s brands, including Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein.
Gilner Farrar focuses on dressy apparel in the advanced contemporary area.
The Spanish actress in Cannes wore a jewelry set showcasing the biggest Swarovski Created Diamonds ever worn on a red carpet.
The singer has teamed with Schmidt’s Naturals to create a new deodorant.
The chance to vote is listed as one of the new proposals under her amended Withdrawal Agreement Bill, which was laid out in November last year.
The move is seen as consistent with the Italian luxury group's strategy to control image, positioning and distribution and is expected to yield results in the long term.
Pharrell was honored by the design school along with Julie Wainwright, Katrina Lake and Michael Preysman.
Richard Johnson has a new partner and has recast his consulting firm as Odyssey Retail Advisors LLC. The firm, formerly called Johnson Retail RE Consulting Inc., changed with the addition of Charlie Koniver. “We believe, as a combined entity, we can do more good for our clients so we wanted the name to reflect more than just my name or Charlie’s or both,” said Johnson, managing director and partner at Odyssey Retail Advisors, based at 888 Seventh Avenue in New York. The firm lists Burberry, Richemont, Stella McCartney, Away, WS Development and Crown Acquisitions among its clients. Johnson and Koniver knew each other from past job experiences. They both worked at Kering, the global luxury group, where Johnson once served as head of real estate, Americas, conducting site selection, market research and negotiations for Kering’s Gucci, Balenciaga, Saint Laurent, Volcom and Puma brands. Koniver was a Kering senior real estate specialist. Johnson also worked at the Greenberg Group retail real estate consultants, while Koniver had jobs at Richemont as a real estate director in North America and at Thor Retail Advisors where he was director of leasing. Johnson said Odyssey Retail Advisors, with the addition of Koniver, will be able to serve “an expanding roster ofRead More...