The new line comes out on Oct. 17.
The luxury retailer reported ongoing net losses amid news of its negotiations with Authentic Brands Group.
The evening brought out the Haim sisters.
The activewear brand has partnered with Virgin Galactic to dress the people who will one day take commercial space flights.
The brand soon apologized over a representative showcased a map of China, which excluded Taiwan during a Dream in Dior campus talk.
Harper's Bazaar and Salvatore Ferragamo joined forces to celebrate her new book at an intimate TriBeCa gathering.
Telegraphing a message of inclusivity, the video also includes Anne Cleveland, Lindsey Wixon, Nikita Dragun and Violet Chachki.
OVS SpA's ceo Stefano Beraldo said new flagship openings, shop-in-shops at superstores and franchises in smaller Italian towns will drive growth.
The brand collaborated with skaters around the world and with artist Kieron Livingstone.
Ronson was tapped by Grand Classics to host a movie night, for which he selected "The King of Comedy."
The actress will be honored at the E! People’s Choice Awards on Nov. 10.
Mira pulls information — from reviews to ingredient intel — from all over the web so consumers can research products in one place.
WWD guest author Mary Kate Callen shares insights about how this generation views their power, and what brands need to know.
The retailer will give away 100,000 pieces of Heattech product to customers who download its app.
The evening performance at the Paris museum promises a heady mix of sex, music and dance.
The fabled striped knitwear brand’s trademark, archives and prototypes are up for sale; rental contracts for stores are also on the table.
The New York Academy of Art held its annual Take Home a Nude art party and benefit auction at Sotheby's on Tuesday night.
Actors Jérémie Laheurte and Paul Hamy were among guests at the new David Zwirner gallery in Paris.
The exhibition, at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum, is the first major survey of the work of Jackson and Kee, who put Australia on the international fashion radar in the Seventies.
The magazine reached an out-of-court settlement with a former assistant who alleged workplace abuse and harassment.