NEW YORK, United States — Fifth & Pacific Cos., the clothing retailer that’s selling brands, said Chief Executive Officer William McComb is leaving and being replaced by Craig Leavitt, who heads the Kate Spade division.
NEW YORK, United States — Gap Inc. said late Thursday that it expects to deliver fourth-quarter earnings results at the high end of its forecast that was issued in November.
Despite a two-day overlap with London’s fast-rising menswear showcase, Florentine trade show Pitti Uomo remains one of the premier stops on the international menswear calendar.
The organisers of New York Fashion Week aim to clean up an event that “has been swarmed with fashion bloggers, street-style photographers and fashion fans.” But bloggers — fashion’s resident outsiders — have a lot to bring to the table, argues Renata Certo-Ware.
TOKYO, Japan — Fast Retailing Co. profit rose 8.8 percent in the fiscal first quarter, beating analyst estimates, as the Japanese casual clothing chain that doubled in market value last year boosted sales per-customer.
With the worlds of fashion and technology set to become increasingly intertwined, Intel has announced a series of collaborations with Opening Ceremony, Barneys New York and the CFDA, aimed at fostering the development of stylish wearables.
As fashion’s production merry-go-round whirls ever faster, the role of the runway is changing. Today, courtesy of British Vogue, Sarah Harris examines the state of the fashion show in the digital age.
Though still in its infancy, London Collections: Men has found a formula that’s working and, in the process, become a vital part of the menswear calendar.