Dolce and Gabbana's next advertising campaign is likely to offend with a portrayal of men praying, say the Italian designers who had to withdraw an advert two years ago when it was branded as humiliating women.
By Nellie Andreeva LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Manny Ramirez and Brett Favre aside, there were relatively few sports stars changing places in 2008. However, you couldn't say the same about TV shows.
Giorgio Armani explored a merger with French luxury group Hermes but without success, the Italian designer told Bloomberg, adding he planned to keep control of his fashion empire as long as he stays healthy.
The U.S. plan for the emerging field of nanotechnology lacks vision, fails to assess risk and leaves the industry vulnerable to public mistrust, the National Research Council said in a report released on Wednesday.
The International Herald Tribune has postponed a corporate luxury goods conference in New Delhi from next week until next year due to security concerns after attacks by gunmen in Mumbai killed more than 100 people.