She will oversee executive recruitment, talent management and internal growth and mobility for IAC Corporate and its portfolio of media and technology businesses.
The Italian group is working on a long-term strategy, which includes investments for 200 million euros in three years and M&A activity.
Sheertex offers a solution for the growing volume of discarded pantyhose ending up in landfills after only one or two wears.
In the campaign, Winnie Harlow pays homage to RuPaul, Viva Glam's first face, by re-creating the drag artist's iconic shoot.
The sportswear firm boosted its presence around the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival by going back to a concept conceived by founder Adi Dassler.
Despite the recent slowdown of economic growth in major markets including China, the Eurozone and the U.S., the outlook for the luxury goods market remains positive.
What the influencers say on their industry, Coachella and more.
The collection is made from recycled plastic bottles.
The Tony nominee discusses his first time playing a gay character on Broadway.
"Celestial" concerns director Eliza McNitt, who’s creating a VR installation for her grandparents; "The 4th Wave" follows Italian rapper Priestess.
IBM helped with the project, which marks an increase in blockchain use in Europe.
The case tests the boundaries of free speech.
This is the second time Ben Sherman will partner with British athletes in the global sports arena.
Aetna’s former boss says the old management model — in which you follow the rules, curb your individuality, and get your paycheck — no longer works.
Corey Pierson, cofounder and ceo of Custora, offers tactics for competing against the emergence of direct-to-consumer brands.
Yucaipa has had an investment in Posen's business for more than 15 years.
The Dongdaemun wholesale district is a global trading post for South Korean fashion, offering trendy goods and convincing knockoffs.
The video follows Santo Domingo through her day wearing the Capucines bag.
After plunging into the Barbour archives and getting her fingers — and hair — oily with the jackets' wax coatings, Chung pulled her favorite pieces, and put her very particular stamp on the brand.
Two of the retail concepts pioneered by Millard "Mickey" Drexler might be reintroduced to the market with spin-offs.