The capsule, available starting Saturday at tsum.ru, embraces the "spirit of the Nineties."
“Reading the time is secondary,” noted Marie-Laure Cérède, director of watchmaking for Cartier.
The piercing and fine jewelry label has begun conducting complimentary appointments via FaceTime and Google Hangouts.
Sports Sunday will also move into the first section of the newspaper.
The brand will include men's designer fashion such as military jackets and pants, graphic tees and hoodies, soccer uniform sets, jewelry with handcrafted-in-L.A. hardware and lifestyle goods.
Proms and weddings are among the springtime rites of passage that are taking a virtual twist due to the coronavirus and Pratt Institute’s 2020 commencement will be another addition to the many online-only celebrations. This year’s 1,300 graduating students will come together remotely on May 30 on the school’s site. The event will feature a few virtual elements including a commencement address from Neil Gaiman, who will also be honored. The graphic novelist and renowned author of such books as “The Sandman,” “Stardust,” “Coraline” and “American Gods” has legions of readers around the world. Students will also hear from Pratt’s president Frances Bronet, as well as Pratt’s Distinguished Teacher for 2020-21 and undergraduate and graduate student speakers. Graduating students will be acknowledged along with their degrees and there will be an optional component to engage students via social media. The online presentation will also include a salute to the 50th anniversary of Pratt’s class of 1970. That group was the only graduating class that did not have a commencement ceremony. Their commencement was canceled in the aftermath of the shootings at Kent State University. Pratt will also host an online complement to Pratt Shows, its annual celebration of student work. The school has not
A roundup of quirky, shoppable home goods to hopefully brighten spirits and elevate WFH.
The 15 small works are all done on A4 craft stamped envelopes.
The session will look at leadership during times of crisis.
For Earth Month, designer Alexia Elkaim is expanding sustainably, offering one-of-a-kind vintage and Miaou samples for sale on her brand's e-commerce.
Mercado Vicente aims to combat the current anti-Asian sentiment by highlighting Filipino fashion designers, illustrators, photographers, graphic designers and more.
Monica B. Richman, partner in the New York office at Dentons, and Mary Kate Brennan, an associate at Dentons, discuss.
Texworld will utilize a digital platform for its New York textile show in July.
Grisham most recently served as artistic director of the Driehaus Design Initiative (DDI) annual fashion show competition.
The collection runs the gamut from tie-dyed silk pillows and ceramic vases to woven baskets, candlestick holders and dog bed designs.
The youngest member of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's family has been keeping busy in lockdown.
As the coronavirus is upending retail sales, NBCU will this year waive most fees for brand partners that use the new offering.
Artistic director Jonathan Anderson worked with Loewe's in-house perfumer Nuria Cruelles on the limited-edition fragrance for men and women.
Stress, isolation and uncertainty of a prolonged quarantine are causing consumers to turn to vice products for relief.
The COVID-19 outbreak has put stress on every area of operation causing companies to adjust for a more effective supply chain.