Stores with heat maps for preventive medical purposes and clothing equipped with haptic feedback may become more common.
The weekly poll also found a larger number of respondents not feeling good about flying and cruise ships.
The French fashion school will broadcast its "Understanding Fashion: from Business to Culture" course online for free starting March 30.
The Italian company has named Khavarani as senior vice president of entertainment industry relations for the Americas.
After three years as editor in chief of the Vice-owned magazine, he's moving to become Vogue's new creative editorial director.
The children came up with the idea because they were missing their grandparents, aunts, friends and teachers these past few days while social distancing.
Tiffany & Co.'s T1 collection will hit stores at least a month later than planned as the coronavirus continues hit retail hard.
His diagnosis comes just days after Prince Albert of Monaco said he was fighting COVID-19.
A look back through time at some of the most memorable red carpet moments we can’t help but love. Cher: A- Cher, 1986 Oscars Globe Photos/Shutterstock She was a trailblazer, bringing stage costumes onto the carpet — and making it memorable. Who can forget this look, which was one of the high points of her collaboration with Bob Mackie? This showgirl get-up would not work on anyone else, but Cher turns this into one of our favorite guilty pleasures. Barbra Streisand: B+ Barbra Streisand, 1969 Oscars George Birch/AP/Shutterstock This is one of the earliest naked dresses in red carpet history. Her subversive tone with white cuffs and black bow creates the perfect tension between good girl meets vixen. This outfit is a perfect extension of her character in “Funny Girl.” Lil Kim: B Lil Kim, 1999 MTV Video Music Awards Erik Pendzich/Shutterstock It is very difficult to encapsulate a decade with one outfit, but Lil Kim clearly succeeded with this asymmetrical jumpsuit with matching pastie. This outfit is unforgettable. Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake: A- Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, 2001 American Music Awards Mark J Terrill/AP/Shutterstock We will never look at Canadian tuxedos the same way again — as well as the best execution of couples coordinated outfit. It’s so bad that it’s good. Not
After years of caution, Daniella Kallmeyer committed to a five-year retail lease in October. Business was great, until it wasn't.
Ford discussed COVID-19-related topics, from the A Common Thread initiative to the barren retail landscape to new chores within the Buckley-Ford household.
The government has ordered a nationwide lockdown for 21 days beginning Tuesday.
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The move comes as Britain bans public gatherings of more than two as it battles the deadly virus.
Solution providers are also offering free and enhanced services to help companies manage the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The luxury brand has inked a four-seasons tie-up with the Spanish club.
Guest author Massimiliano Tirocchi is cofounder and chief marketing officer of Shapermint.
The Olympics are the latest major event to be postponed because of the pandemic.
The royal expert and author revisits Gladys Deacon, Duchess of Marlborough in a new book, and discusses Queen Elizabeth, her challenging family and "The Crown."
New consumer insight report examines discount percentages and retail assortments since the COVID-19 outbreak.