LOS ANGELES, United States — American Apparel Inc's founder should know in the next few weeks whether he may return as an employee of the company, according to a source familiar with the situation.
NEW YORK, United States — Tiffany & Co. Chief Executive Officer Michael Kowalski will step down in 2015 after more than 15 years running the luxury jeweler, passing the reins to President Frederic Cumenal.
BoF has learned that leather goods giant Coach has eliminated more than 150 jobs as part of its efforts to restructure and reinvigorate the brand amidst sluggish sales in recent quarters.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
Hermès International SCA reported second-quarter sales that trailed estimates due to the weakness of the yen and after a Japanese sales tax increase weighed on growth.
PARIS, France — LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton and eBay Inc have settled a long-running court battle over the sale of counterfeit luxury goods on the U.S. company's online auction website.
MADRID, Spain — Discount fashion chain Primark has made its mark in Europe by offering fast-changing fashion at rock-bottom prices. The secret of its success: placing huge orders for top-selling items like socks, tops and jeans and passing on the savings to shoppers.
NEW YORK, United States — Michael Kors has been riding high with investors, but the retailer's stock is falling this week as some analysts take a look at slowing sales growth and deeper discounts. Two analysts cut their price targets on the stock.
SHANGHAI, China — Alibaba's dominance of online retail in China faces its biggest-ever challenge as the firm founded by Jack Ma in a one-room apartment 15 years ago lines up a U.S. initial public offering that could value the firm at around $140 billion.
SYDNEY, Australia — Shareholders of David Jones Ltd, Australia's No. 2 department store by sales, on Monday backed a $2 billion bid by South Africa's Woolworths Holdings Ltd, ending weeks of uncertainty over the intentions of top shareholder Solomon Lew.
PARIS, France — When Christian Dior introduced his debut haute couture collection in February 1947, the meters of fabric spilling over the models' hips in swirls of fine wool, silk and tulle were nothing short of a fashion revolution.