The Bond Street opening is pivotal for a number of reasons, and marks the start of a new chapter for Alexander McQueen, which plans to double its store network to 128 units in the medium-term.
The titans of tech and retail flood Sin City to show their mettle. Here are the major trends to watch this week.
Mouyiaris passed away on Jan. 5 in New York.
Barbour marked 125 years by looking back at its history and the icons that have kept the brand going throughout the years.
Buyers were excited about new talents, too, as well as refined silhouettes and tailoring.
Data from Launchmetrics supports that coed shows held during women's fashion weeks are more likely to maximize return on investment for brands.
The hair color business is in need of a jolt. Clairol just launched a new cleaner and greener formula to perk up sales.
Patricia Clarkson, Kieran Culkin, Laura Dern, Jon Voight and more turned up for the cable network’s annual bash at the Beverly Hilton hotel’s Circa 55.
Now that the holidays are over, retailers have to turn in results and set the tone for the year ahead.
On the first day of Pitti Uomo, Italy’s minister of economic development will issue a stamp celebrating the milestone.
The change reiterates the symbol of the two interlocking circles known to consumers since the late 1960s.
Study shows that consumers of secondhand fashion have a strong green streak.
David Bellemere won't attend the March 28 court hearing with the man whom he claims impersonated him online.
A cover with Travis Scott is a new kind of moment for the magazine.
Revenues rose in all of the group's markets last year, the 40th anniversary of the brand.
Already over 70 different payment options exist through cross-border payment provider, Flow. Now, Google Pay joins the list.
The casts of “Black Panther” and “Crazy Rich Asians” were among those to party into the night with InStyle magazine.
Emarketer sees digital ad spending growing 19.1 percent this year.
Sylvie Giret created Skinergies after researching the paradox of growing sun-care sales, but also rising skin cancer cases.
As part of the bankruptcy process, Beauty Brands plans to close 25 stores.