They will appear as the faces of the fall Tommy Icons capsule collection for women.
He's teaming with PrettyLittleThing in attempt to make the brand more accessible but still aspirational.
The weekly show, called “Jen Gotch Is OK...Sometimes,” launches May 29 and will tackle mental health through Gotch’s personal experiences.
The brand is introducing a new retail concept and going back to its core values, as it redefines its strategy under Oosting and new creative director David Tourniaire-Beauciel.
The company said it will nominate Angela Ahrendts for election to its board in August.
RISD Apparel Design seniors were encouraged to consider what their collection would smell like if they were a perfume or a scent.
Macy’s Inc. named Paula A. Price chief financial officer, succeeding Macy’s veteran Karen Hoguet, who is retiring. Price, who starts the job July 9, will be responsible for finance, accounting, investor relations and internal audit functions. She will report to Jeff Gennette, chairman and chief executive officer, and will be based in New York. Paula Price Hoguet, while relinquishing the cfo role in July, will remain with Macy’s in an advisory role during a transition period until Feb. 2, 2019, when her retirement becomes effective. Gennette said Price has “an impressive breadth and depth of retail experience…having led finance in a variety of complex and dynamic retail organizations.” He added that Hoguet “is truly one of the great leaders in retail.” Price has 30 years of finance experience primarily in retail and consumer-facing businesses. Since 2014 she has been a full-time senior lecturer in the accounting and management unit at Harvard Business School. Prior to Harvard, Price was executive vice president and chief financial officer of Ahold USA. Before Ahold, she served as senior vice president, controller and chief accounting officer of CVS Caremark Corp., where she was instrumental in the CVS/Caremark merger. Earlier in her career she held finance and strategy positions at variousRead More...
The new store is located next to the Fendi and Versace boutiques on Sloane Street.
Samira Nasr comes to Vanity Fair from Elle.
Target Corp., seeing robust traffic in its stores and online, reported a 5.9 percent increase in net earnings in the first quarter to $718 million from $678 million in the year-ago period. Sales rose 3.5 percent in the quarter ended May 5 to $16.56 billion from $15.99 billion in the year ago period. Comparable sales grew 3 percent. Digital sales rose 28 percent. First quarter traffic rose 3.7 percent, the most in 10 years, the company said. ”We’re very pleased that our business continued to generate strong traffic and sales growth in the first quarter as we made significant progress in support of our long-term initiatives,” said Brian Cornell, chairman and chief executive officer. Read More...
Perelman is the company's first female ceo.
The French luxury brand said it has renewed Ghesquière’s contract as artistic director of women’s collections.
The limited-edition collection is an homage to Smith's close friend, the late Tony Gross.
The French contemporary brand has been placed into receivership and is looking for a buyer.
The company is paying the price of a swift program to downsize and streamline in a tough market.
The group has been in China for fewer than five years.
The fashion house’s first two fragrances manufactured and distributed by the Italian company are due in September.
Marcie Merriman, executive director of business strategy and retail innovation at EY Advisory, explains.
With her wedding-day dress duet, the Duchess of Sussex worked two sides of minimalism to compelling effect.
In her first fashion effort, the actress has created five pieces for the contemporary British brand.