Retail giant Inditex isn’t immune to fashion’s negative trends, but the company is certainly doing better than many, saying Wednesday that net sales in the first nine months of the year were up 10% and profit was up 6%.
Adidas has agreed to an out-of-court settlement in a recent trademark case arising from the brands' long-term disputes concerning Adidas' allegations that Forever21 is wrongfully using the registered "three stripe" mark.
Hurley has opened a new surf essentials store on Oahu in the newly revitalized International Marketplace in Waikiki, in partnership with HIC. This is the brand's second Hawaiian store, joining an existing Maui location.
The thing one must always expect from Koché is the very unexpected – which is why its designer Christelle Kocher will stage yet another fashion first this Tuesday when she shows inside the legendary Strand bookstore.
With every luxury brand executive racing to build a digital empire, it’s refreshing to sit down with Bruno Pavlovsky of Chanel; whose main focus for next year will be bricks and mortar, and live events.
Karl Lagerfeld has been commentating on internal German politics via his illustrations for the past four years. Now, the couturier has turned his attention to foreign affairs. And his latest target is Kim Jong-un.
Patagonia has joined a broad coalition that officially filed a lawsuit in federal court in DC against the Trump Administration, alleging the President illegally revoked protection of Bears Ears National Monument.
Canadian yoga and leisure apparel maker Lululemon Athletica on Wednesday reported a higher-than-expected profit and gave an upbeat holiday-quarter forecast, sending its shares up nearly 7 percent in after-hours trading.
American Eagle Outfitters Inc on Wednesday joined other U.S. apparel makers in forecasting strong earnings for the key holiday selling season but said it expected lower profit margins compared with a year earlier.
They say never look back, and Karl Lagerfeld, despite returning to his family’s hometown in Hamburg for his latest Métiers d'Art Chanel show, certainly did not Wednesday night in this novel and nautical collection.
After Patagonia's protest of the federal government's removal of national monument protection from 2 million acres of public lands, US Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke calls the campaign a "blatant lie" and "shameful."