In the midst of her “It’s My Party” tour, Jennifer Lopez will have reason to celebrate when she turns 50 on July 24.
The e-commerce site puts an emphasis on service.
Lopez's iconic plunging green dress is getting the sneaker treatment.
Questions are being raised whether management can manufacture a strong enough turnaround to insure Penney's long-term survival.
The New York-based designer helped to pave the way for a legion of African American designers.
But a SpongeBob SquarePants collaboration wouldn’t be complete without his best friend Patrick.
She oversees Ralph Lauren, Polo Ralph Lauren, Lauren, Chaps and Home.
The “Rankin: From Portraiture to Fashion” four-month show will be unveiled on Oct. 18.
Publicly accused of erasure at the behest of Jeffrey Epstein, the former Vanity Fair editor denied it outright in a New York Times Q&A.
The chief executive officer and founder posted a topless selfie to reveal the news.
Last year represented a turning point for the brand with cut-and-sew debuting at Barneys and now begs the question of what’s next for the Los Angeles label.
The BFC saw a 6 percent decline in total income, due partly to the phasing of its government grant.
Self-edited, self-published and brimming with references to his naïf, four-legged cat/pig logo, the 'zine comes in a limited print run of 100 copies.
Spruce & Bond, a chain studio that offers laser hair removal and waxing services, announced today that it is closing three of its Manhattan locations. Studios located in NoHo and the Upper West Side are to close at the end of the day on Saturday and the Flatiron location is to close Sunday. Locations on the Upper East Side and in the new Hudson Blvd inside Neiman Marcus at Hudson Yards will remain open. In an e-mail to customers, the company attributed its abrupt store closures to “the challenges of the increasing cost of operating in NYC.” Spruce & Bond is part of the Hudson Blvd Group, which includes in its portfolio Rachel Zoe’s DreamDry blowout bar, Valley Nails and Pucker, a makeup studio. Robin Moraetes, a former CAA agent who founded DreamDry with Zoe, serves as Hudson Blvd Group’s founder and president. Hudson Blvd Group operates Blvd salons, which incorporate services from all the brands in its portfolio, at Neiman Marcus stores in Manhattan and Short Hills, N.J., and a separate location in Scarsdale, N.Y. A spokesman for Hudson Blvd Group did not respond to a request for comment by press time. Read More...
The cofounders visited numerous factories in Italy before starting their Italian-made footwear brand.
To mark her 30th anniversary, Vera Wang celebrates military and first-responder couples.
Four lucky Parsons students were allowed into Alaïa’s personal archive of more than 10,000 couture garments as part of the school’s first “Archiving Fashion” summer course.
The brand appeals to idealistic high school and college students.
Kyle Flaherty, chief marketing officer at Zaius, offers insights into engaging consumers when the summer heats up.
The line uses colors and graphics inspired by the Brazilian city.