Fabletics said that $5 from every item sold - up to $125,000 - will be committed to the Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund for the World Health Organization, to help provide medical gear for workers during the crisis.
The American fast fashion retailer announced on Monday that Michael Appel will no longer be serving as the company’s CEO and chairman, roles in which he will be succeeded by John Fleming and Scott D. Vogel.
Confirming reports that circulated at the end of last year, New York-based Centric Brands announced on Friday that it has purchased the Zac Posen brand and all related intellectual property for an undisclosed sum.
We know everyone has been bellyaching about it being a lightweight season in New York. But if you take the time to actually study what was on the runway, it turns out a lot of great clothes were on display in Manhattan.
Everyone who has been complaining about an allegedly lightweight season in New York should have obtained an invitation to see the Proenza Schouler show on Monday night -- a cleaned-up, classy and crisp collection.