Florian Heubrandner discusses how the fashion industry should uphold traceability for a better sustainable future.
Pitching themselves as "affordable luxury," these brands are finding commercial success quickly in an overcrowded market.
The beauty trade show is in expansion mode, boosted by the number of exhibitors rising 8.2 percent and the debut of revamped pavilions.
To emphasize eco-freindly practices, Norma Kamali, Sabyasachi Mukherjee, Mara Hoffman and Mimi Prober used natural Indian textiles for their designs.
Michael Stone and Stephen Paskoff explore why brands continue to ignore inclusion and diversity.
The actor, at NYFW for Boss, talked his red-carpet looks, "Bodyguard" season two and what he does with his awards season tuxedos.
This is the first time that FIT will bring together its 2019 Sustainable Business and Design Conference and Annual Awards Gala.
The model turned beauty entrepreneur is entering the cannabis category with products and a web site.
With a turnaround plan in place, Avon's focus will be on execution, according to ceo Jan Zijderveld.
Exhibitors were upbeat about the increased traffic at the handbag and accessories trade show.
Local resistance proved to be too much for the tech giant’s plans.
A study from an industry outplacement firm said 2018 was the worst year for media in a decade. This year isn’t shaping up so well already.
Creative director Massimo Giorgetti also said he plots to unveil a full activewear capsule collection in June.
Ferragni generated a whopping $18.3 million in media impact value during the spring 2019 shows, according to Launchmetrics.
Taubman Centers Inc., reporting strong results for 2018, has agreed to sell a 50 percent stake in its ownership in three Asia-based shopping centers to The Blackstone Group LP. Taubman said the deal will help reduce debt, increase liquidity, provide a better return on equity, and that the interests being sold are valued at $480 million. The Bloomfield Hills, Mich.-based developer said it would remain the partner responsible for the management of the three shopping centers, Stafield Hanam in South Korea; CityOn.Xi’an in China and CityOn.Zhengzhou in Zhenghou, China. The deal leaves Taubman with a 17.15 percent in the South Korea property; a 25 percent stake in the Xi’an property and a 24.5 percent stake in the Zhengzhou property. The company also said it will continue to pursue projects in Asia, though none are expected to be announced this year. Taubman is developing a project in Anseong, South Korea with Shinsegae. The Blackstone deal is “consistent with Taubman’s history of recycling capital for growth once value is created from development projects,” said Robert S. Taubman, chairman, president and chief executive officer. “We think Blackstone will be a valuable strategic partner that can help us grow our platform in Asia. “We are looking at a numberRead More...
A 20-foot-tall suitcase installation has been erected to celebrate the collaboration between the artist and luggage-maker as the city readies for the launch of Frieze Los Angeles.
Elle U.K. was the exception to the rule, climbing 6.91 percent in the July to December period.
Walking her first runway since 1989, Turlington made her return at the Marc Jacobs fall 2019 show.
PARIS — The search is over at Pandora, the world’s largest jewelry company, which on Thursday named Alexander Lacik as its new chief executive officer. His start date is yet to be confirmed. Lacik, who is from Sweden, succeeds Anders Colding Friis, who parted ways with the embattled company in August, and will be tasked with spearheading its recently launched Programme NOW, a two-year turnaround roadmap geared at driving sustainable growth and reigniting brand heat. Chief operating officer Jeremy Schwartz and chief financial officer Anders Boyer have been jointly manning the ship in the interim period. Lacik joins the Danish charm specialist from Britax Ltd., a world leader in child safety products. Peder Tuborgh, chairman of the board of directors at Pandora, described Lacik as “a brilliant marketer and brand architect.” “Throughout his career [he has] shown himself as a great leader and a highly effective executor. His skills and experience will be key to revitalizing the Pandora brand,” he said. Lacik’s international experience also includes stints as president of North America at Reckitt Benckiser, where he is said to have contributed significantly to the company’s growth turnaround, and positions in sales and marketing with Procter & Gamble. Among other recent appointments at Pandora as it looks toRead More...
Employment law due diligence ensures a "stylish match."