The world's largest retailer has seen a strike in Chile, slower sales growth in Mexico and is facing a difficult market in Argentina.
Hyundai partners with Zero + Maria Cornejo, a New York-based label in focus on sustainability at NYFW.
A roundup of who’s been hired, fired or maybe just jumped ship in media land over the last two weeks.
Marianne Williamson, meet Megan Thee Stallion.
The fast fashion retailer cited fires in the Amazon rainforest as the reason for its decision.
Proceeds from the sale of the military-inspired liner created by OAMC's Luke Meier will go for charity.
The Diamond Producers Association seeks to clarify misconceptions about the diamond industry.
BorderX, founded by ex-Google engineers, sees demand in China for cross-border e-commerce selling.
Alibaba will acquire cross-border platform Kaola from NetEase for $2 billion, the company said Friday, in a deal that will allow the group to control over half of China’s cross-border ecommerce market. Kaola, which sells a wide array of imported products in China from clothes, beauty, consumer electronics, and more, will continue to operate independently […]
Earlier in the day, G-III Apparel and Macy's issued warnings that they would take a financial hit from tariffs.
The house has been growing its hip quotient under new creative director Daniel Lee.
Buzzy young talent Christopher John Rogers will make his NYFW runway debut with a lot of help from his friends.
The group is doubling its personal shopping and client relationship teams globally.
Gilhart will take on two roles at the business accelerator Tomorrow, where she has served on the board since 2016.
The designer is creating a series of capsule collections for the specialty retailer.
Chanel has decided to postpone a planned Nov. 6 showing of its cruise 2019 collection in Hong Kong, which is engulfed in social unrest that shows few signs of relenting. The French fashion house would only say that any fashion event in Hong Kong would be “later” and at a “more appropriate moment.” “It depends on the situation,” Bruno Pavlovsky, president of fashion and president of Chanel SAS, told WWD. “We’ll have another opportunity.” Meanwhile, “we continue to service clients in the boutiques and they are there. Hong Kong is a key market. We have a very strong Hong Kongese customer base,” he added. Chanel counts nine boutiques in Hong Kong, including one at the airport, and three in Macau. The 2019 Cruise collection, originally paraded in Paris last May, will be available from Nov. 6 in all its locations, as planned. The company had hinted in mid-August that the repeat fashion show, slated to take place at the Kai Tak Cruise Terminal, might be in jeopardy. “Like all brands present in Hong Kong, we are keeping a close watch on events, and have not yet made a decision,” it said at the time. Centrestage, a fashion festival, went ahead this week, headlined by resort 2020 showings by designersRead More...
Manonik, Common Odds, Ashlyn New York and Allina Liu are promising young brands you won't see during NYFW.
The brand, which was founded by three sisters, is making bags from recycled plastic bottles.
The sportswear line is geared for the office, commuting and traveling, as well as working out.
DKNY will also participate in New Yorkers’ daily commute with more than 50,000 DKNY-branded MetroCards.