In January, the designer will show its Emporio Armani men's collection and will host a special exhibition at the Armani/Silos.
Shopping guests will use the XenoPlay mobile app as they navigate the mall.
Endeavor’s portfolio of companies include WME, IMG and UFC.
Sarah Martinez, vice president and industry lead for retail at Oath, shares some marketing insights.
With the latest journal in fine art bookstores, the photographer plans to debut his documentary about the actor Robert Mitchum, “Nice Girls Don’t Stay for Breakfast" in Paris.
The Los Angeles brand and collectibles company have produced a collection of bags and other accessories.
She will front the new collection, called Dior Addict Stellar Shine, due out in March.
Behind the proprietary technology prescribing employee success and delivering consumer expectation for legal cannabis dispensary, MedMen.
The retailer has debuted Yoox Mirror, a new virtual styling suite that features a selection of its products modelled by its new avatar, Daisy.
Klarna is now part of the Shopify Plus Technology Partner Program.
Burberry, Stella McCartney, Inditex, Kering and H&M, among others, have signed the Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action.
The prospect horrified its cofounder, but has piqued interest from brands and advertisers alike.
The actress has a long history with the brand, since sporting the original version of the buckle pump in “Belle de Jour.”
The Dior designer will accept the prize at the ceremony Monday night at Royal Albert Hall.
Sources said he has resigned to pursue another professional opportunity.
Retail operators envision thousands of stores fanning out across the country.
The start-up, which creates customized fragrances online, has just gotten backing from L’Oréal’s new venture capital fund.
The company will print custom T-shirts and tote bags with what makes the individual unique and "100 DKNY."
Using data collected from the 500,000-plus appointments it has completed, Glamsquad is launching a hair-care line, with makeup to follow in the new year.
E-commerce shines, but for online fashion stores, the lights will dim in post-holiday returns, say experts. And fit's the culprit.