ESL vigorously disputes the accusations, according to a statement, going as far as calling them "baseless allegations and fanciful claims."
Method is best known for its gummy vitamins.
Another exec announces his departure.
The London men's designer will arrive in time for the 100th anniversary of the Harlem Renaissance.
Rihanna, Pucci, Karl Lagerfeld and biodynamic wines were some of the topics he broached with shareholders at LVMH's annual general meeting.
A search for his successor has begun, and that person will likely be a turnaround expert.
The image-sharing platform is now valued at $12.7 billion, but the offering could also point to a top in the market.
The lineup crafted from eco-friendly materials was created by two designers of the luxury brand’s creative studio.
The Italian jewelry was publicly listed in 2007.
Clothing store sales rose by 2 percent between February and March.
Powell, who was harder to track down than an A-list celeb, toasted her new photographer book with Gucci at their Wooster street store.
The filmmaker, who died in March, is the first female director to be immortalized on a Cannes Film Festival poster.
The event will be held on June 6 in a still undisclosed location.
Researchers at TrendSource see the industry expanding beyond the current market distribution model.
Called Nivea Accelerator NX, the incubator will work with five beauty companies chosen out of more than 200 contenders.
The two actresses, along with Credit Karma founder Kenneth Lin, received awards for their work in the Asian-American community from the organization.
Women in the U.S. are increasingly devoting space to jeans — and more than half of the jeans were bought on sale, according to the NPD Group.
Twelve New York-based factories are getting a financial jolt through grants as part of the latest round of the Fashion Manufacturing Initiative. In partnership with the New York City Economic Development Corp., the Council of Fashion Designers of America announced what is the program’s largest investment to date — nearly $730,000 — and the most recipients since the 2013 launch. Last year, seven grant winners received more than $480,000 all told. Nearly $3.5 million has been doled out to 33 New York City-based manufacturers since FMI was unrolled. Designed to rev up local fashion manufacturing, the public-private grant program started with help from Ralph Lauren, the Coach Foundation and Andrew Rosen. Still committed to bolstering the local sector and its workforce, the grants are designed to help recipients polish up their facilities and capabilities. Eight of this year’s 12 recipients are first-time winners. All of them were selected to receive the financial boost for equipment and software, infrastructure upgrades, capital improvements, relocation costs and workforce training. The aim is that more accelerated services will help to secure manufacturing jobs in New York City’s fashion industry. Atelier Amelia, Button Down Factory, Create-a-Marker, Timberlake Studios, New York Embroidery Studio, SN Productions and Geri Gerard are aRead More...
The play, starring Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow as Hillary and Bill Clinton, opens on Broadway today.
The event will pay tribute to Karl Lagerfeld, who was Fendi's creative director for a record 54 years until his death in February.