Laney Crowell, executive director of online global communications at Estée Lauder, says take the time to build a foundation. Sometimes, the slower you go, the faster you will get there.
An increasing number of women are sporting yoga pants and dressy sweat pants rather than jeans or slacks. And for many guys, sneakers and hoodies have become workwear.
Debra Scherer speaks to Jonathan Van Meter, a contributing editor at American Vogue, about his professional trajectory and fashion magazines in the age of celebrity.
Acknowledging the limits of its ‘one-for-one’ model, Toms has evolved from a strictly aid-based approach to one that supports wider economic development through job creation and local trade, argues Derek Ruediger.
The troubled teen retailer has re-hired its former chief executive Julian Geiger to improve performance.
Skinny jeans have reigned supreme for years. But now a whole host of alternatives, from yoga pants to fancy sweatpants, have cropped up.
John Elliot and Aaron Lavee have managed to grow an initial investment of $30,000 into a fledgling business that’s set to generate revenues in the “seven-figure-range,” propelled by its standout basics and healthy online fanbase.
Macy’s Inc., the second-largest U.S. department-store company, posted earnings that trailed analysts’ estimates after discounts meant to lure shoppers eroded profit margins.
NEW YORK, United States — Kate Spade & Co., the handbag maker with aspirations to be a global lifestyle brand, jumped as much as 12 percent in early trading after beating quarterly earnings estimates and raising its annual forecast.
Lululemon Athletica Inc. founder Chip Wilson will sell half his stake in the yogawear company to private equity firm Advent International for about $845 million.