The swimsuits and accessories come in a Liberty print and some bright solids, including coral pink.
The initiative, created by celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart, begins May 17.
The media conglomerate is taking a relatively long view on when and how to bring workers back into the office.
The storied house said the coronavirus shutdowns have "absolutely no link with this decision.”
It's one of a number of media companies that has announced layoffs this week amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Outdoor brand Moosejaw and Walmart partnered to create two new outdoor-focused lines.
The event was further postponed to Sept. 4 to 10 and will combine the physical and digital showcases.
The collection is inspired by the collaboration process of teamwork, crew spirit and Both‘s factory workwear.
A look at what some of fashion's insiders posted on social media this week.
Dash Hudson's executive director of corporate strategy discusses strategy in the new world, the importance of brand story and key digital channels.
WWD reached out to the class of 2020 to send in video footage of their senior thesis collections.
The T-shirt collection will be introduced later this May at Uniqlo.
The brand has permanently cut a large part of its workforce and furloughed the rest due to the effects of the coronavirus.
The news comes as delivery giant FedEx limits the number of packages from about a dozen retailers.
The investment diversifies PMC’s existing portfolio of media brands, which includes WWD, Rolling Stone and Variety.
The majority of MIV came from the fast-fashion e-tailer's owned media, according to Launchmetrics.
Proceeds from the series supports the National Alliance of Mental Illness in raising funds and awareness for mental health during COVID-19.
Having workers actively involved in talks about workplace safety is key, according to the National COSH.
The charitable organization is extending its activities until the fall and offering online webinars, portfolio support and a new series of awards for students graduating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
NASCAR is the first major sport to resume competition since the start of lockdowns to prevent the spread of COVID-19.