Two women who used to work at Nike claim they were paid less than their male counterparts and subjected to harassment.
Vida is working on an exclusive collection of custom-made, wearable-art pieces for Lord & Taylor.
Going into the final weekend of his turn as Harold in the historic "The Boys in the Band," the actor is ready to process and decide what comes next.
The troubled retailer called in Ernst & Young early Friday, hours before a distressed sale to retail tycoon Mike Ashley.
Interview is all set to relaunch in September with a transgender cover model and a big photographer, but Brant needs to pay himself first.
Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy's, J.C. Penney and Kohl's garnered the top spots for ad effectiveness in June.
Contemporary designers played with stripes and checks for resort, mixing colors and patterns.
"Membership commerce" brands are strengthening the relationship between shoppers and retailers.
A.T. Kearney surveyed more than 1,000 consumers to glean insights into the sales event.
Govind Shrikhande has led Shoppers Stop for the last ten years as president and ceo and takes a look at some of the factors facing the $700 billion Indian retail market.
Hollywood can’t get out of its own way. This week’s news that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will add a most popular movie Oscar not only sent civilian social media into conniptions, but also the Hollywood press and Oscar voters. Reaction was immediate and one-sided, mostly variations on, “what the heck were they thinking?” Getting less attention, but as important, is the decision that, in the interest of keeping the broadcast to a viewer-friendly three hours, some awards will be presented during commercials, with winners getting their few seconds of fame via edited snippets as at the Tony Awards. That move speaks to an identity dilemma: Is the Oscars’ primary function the acknowledgment of achievement or entertainment? In a perfect world, the two would beautifully coexist, but the world is far from perfect, and Hollywood is hardly a nonprofit enterprise. An Oscar statue. Michael Nelson/EPA/REX/Shutterstock Still, it takes a village to make a movie. It’s sad that the organizers of this mega event, supposedly creative thinkers, can’t conjure a better way to reverse the ratings bleed (down 19 percent last year), than to de-emphasize the essential contributions of off-the-radar types. Before the new Popular Oscar gets added, there are 24 awards, which soundRead More...
The accessories label known for exotic skins has begun incorporating leather and other materials into its lexicon.
The tech maker’s new Note 9, smart speaker and smartwatch should be called the “Bixby Everywhere” initiative.
While the company is in an expansion mode, the ceo is taking thoughtful, measured steps.
Jasmine Tookes, Megan Markle and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un have been photographed in Panama hats this summer.
New research underscores the necessity of a speedy and fluid path to purchase on mobile and e-commerce platforms.
ABG is working on a unisex capsule line for Aéropostale for holiday; expanding Frye into apparel and showing Hervé Léger at NYFW next month.
More than 1,000 attendees gathered Wednesday to hear speakers such as Gabrielle Union, Amy Schumer, Brooklyn Decker and Whitney Casey.
The event takes place Nov. 7 at the Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York.
Topshop confirmed it is exploring new opportunities in the region.