PVH Corp., owner of the Calvin Klein and Van Heusen clothing brands, rose in late trading after posting second-quarter profit that topped analysts’ estimates, helped by rising sales of Tommy Hilfiger apparel.
NEW YORK, United States — As New York Fashion Week continues, our trusty contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde provides us with behind-the-scenes images from the Tommy Hilfiger, Karen Walker, Thom Browne, Tim Coppens, Rodarte, Sass & Bide, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Sophie Theallet shows.
NEW YORK, United States — Straight from day five of the Autumn/Winter 2013 collections, trusty lensman Sonny Vandevelde brings us backstage imagery from the Marc by Marc Jacobs, Ohne Title, Tim Coppens, Tommy Hilfiger and Karen Walker shows. Sonny Vandevelde is a contributing photographer at The Business of Fashion.
NEW YORK, United States — As New York Fashion Week kicks into gear, contributing photographer Sonny Vandevelde brings us backstage images from the Prabal Gurung, Alexander Wang, Tommy Hilfiger, Alexandre Hercovitch, Ostwald Helgason and Louise Goldin shows. Sonny Vandevelde is a contributing photographer at The Business of Fashion.
Paul Smith upbeat about China return (FT) “Sir Paul Smith, the UK fashion designer, is optimistic about his brand’s return to China, despite fears that the Chinese market for luxury goods is cooling.” PVH raises 2012 outlook again on Europe (Reuters) “Clothing maker PVH Corp raised its full-year earnings outlook for the third time this year, as it expects its European business to grow and its flagship Tommy
Diane von Furstenberg on ‘the China Century’ (WSJ) “Virtually every luxury marketer has China in its sights, and while Ms. von Furstenberg is no different, she says she is taking a more personalized approach to the country’s rising middle class. They appear to be responding: She now has more followers on Weibo than on its American equivalent, Twitter.” J.C. Penney’s pressure cooker (MarketWatch) “The chief
Tommy Hilfiger (WSJ) “With his boyish haircut and mischievous grin, it’s hard to believe that Tommy Hilfiger is about to receive the Geoffrey Beene lifetime achievement award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America.” Monetizing Mobile Requires More Than Just Waiting For Ad Dollars (Tech Crunch) “Mobile is exploding. Over 100 million people in the US have smartphones, consumers are spending over 60
Ready To Wear: A decade of elegance for gifted Elbaz at Lanvin (Independent) “How good it was to see Alber Elbaz celebrating his 10th anniversary at the helm of Lanvin. If ever proof were needed that, long term, the loudest noise is made by the most talented designers, and that their skill is more important than any slick marketing and/or money-spinning licensing and accessories, it lies here.” Christian
The Experimental Designer Who Will Replace Jil Sander At Uniqlo (Forbes) “In some ways Takahashi is a surprising choice — he’s not exactly a household name outside of Japan, and his clothes veer toward the avant garde… But Takahashi is Japanese, and he has worked with big commercial companies before — he designs a running line for Nike. Furthermore, he’s one of the most innovative, interesting designers working
Retailtainment: the future of shopping? (Independent) “An extension of previous high-concept… These concept stores provide the kind of entertainment designed to make you – or at least your children – leave the premises grinning from ear-to-ear as you reel from your experiential day out. This is Retailtainment.” In Nigeria, ‘Lace’ Market Reflects Rising Middle Class (WSJ) “No longer reserved for
For Holt’s, luxury regains its proper place (Globe and Mail) “The full-price model is part of Mr. Derbyshire’s five-year business plan to strengthen Holt’s results following a period of stagnation caused by the economic slump… His efforts seem to be paying off: Privately held Holt’s enjoyed a record profit in 2010 – double that of its next best year, 2006.” Tommy Hilfiger Changes his Stripes (WSJ)
Tommy Hilfiger Dreams of Limitless Horizons (IHT) “‘We are really living the American dream,’ Mr. Hilfiger said, ‘to be a successful brand in the States and in Europe and to steep ourselves in our heritage. But we do it with a sense of humor. We don’t take ourselves too seriously in fashion.’” ‘Cyber Monday’ Sales Show Strength (WSJ) “Online retailers experienced a sales surge