The Met has decided to reschedule the opening of “About Time: Fashion and Duration” until late October.
The campaign, shot by Steven Meisel, celebrates the collaboration between Dior men's wear designer Kim Jones and Shawn Stussy.
It's a time for humanity, not an onslaught of promotional e-mails.
Several designers are producing hospital gowns and protective masks to aid medical workers.
The ath-leisure label launches to boost morale for the global basketball community that was impacted with the loss of Kobe and the NBA season.
The CFDA chairman talks about jobs, fashion's importance to the U.S. economy and why the industry must be included Washington's stimulus package.
Lightspeed will help small and medium-sized businesses across the world with free access to resources.
Three recent research reports paint a dim picture of the retail business landscape.
After the donation of hospital equipment, Prada converted its production to supply medical overalls and sanitary masks.
The spread of coronavirus has delayed the hiring of Glenda Bailey's successor at Harper's Bazaar.
Stacy DeBroff, ceo and founder of Influence Central, offers insights on influencer marketing and coronavirus.
The Qatar-based fund is supporting Milan's Sacco Hospital and the country's Civil Protection in the coronavirus fight.
Procter's exhibition "Lagerfeld: Chanel Shows" is on display at London's Four Seasons Hotel this month, despite all launch activities being canceled amid the COVID-19 spread.
Dan Wakeford’s 200-strong editorial team are learning to adapt to the “new abnormal.”
In 23 years, the Tibi founder had never laid off a single employee. COVID-19 changed that, and Smilovic is determined to bring those "family members" back.
Positive thinking has long worked for Kors. He's not about to surrender now.
Designers who saw their stores shuttered last week talked with WWD about their fears, hopes and emotions of this strange and dangerous time.
From backgammon and watching Netflix to cooking up new recipes, Pilates and home schooling, fashion designers are keeping busy while sequestered at home.
Sweatpants sales have surged as Americans spend more time at home to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Performance marketing firm Within is tracking online sales weekly, and found an uptick this past week.