Since Tuesday, the city has been deluged by flood water, which damaged its artistic heritage, storied hotels and stores.
The school has apologized — for the second time — and said it will learn lessons following the outcry in China about the controversial project.
Running through Dec. 31, the retrospective celebrates the 30-year-long partnership between the fashion house and the French photographer and artist.
Cate Blanchett, Claire Foy and a host of Ralph Lauren's family, friends and staff gathered at London's Royal Academy of Arts for the U.K. premiere of "Very Ralph."
The online consumer marketplace is hosting "StockXchange," a three-day exhibition celebrating the best of French street culture.
Amy Fine Collins said the sartorial sanctum is the "original and authentic" list as competition looms.
“I wasn’t too keen to use the name collaboration because there has been way too many phony collaborations,” said Touitou.
A hunting apparel company in Montana sued the streetwear company for allegedly using its copyrighted camo prints.
Jill Soltau, its chief executive officer, said she is beginning to see results from her turn-around plan.
Third quarter sales rose but profits dropped sharply.
"It wasn’t a competition, it was just Charli going, ‘I believe in you four, so how do you make this work?’"
Inspired by the Queen of the Night from Mozart’s “The Enchanted Flute” opera, the tiara is topped with a constellation of star-shaped crystals.
The luxury brand, on its return to its historic — and much expanded — home on Grant Avenue.
Industry experts say the Thanksgiving shopping weekend will continue to see mass traffic, but fewer purchases.
The set of eight fragrances includes a scent that Malone has dubbed as the most ‘diverse and daring’ fragrance she’s ever created.
The company will chart forth on an expansion plan, starting with its first store opening today on Madison Avenue.
Every aspect of the brand's new store was designed in deference to the local community.
The designer and the American artist created an holiday saga for the second issue of the London-based title.
The 2019 holiday shopping season is expected to yield a record-breaking number of returns, according to UPS.
“The first launch sucked, but everybody deserves a second chance,” said Hill.