The Saint Louis-based retailer blamed unseasonably warmer weather and hurricanes in September for a lacklustre third quarter profits. However, Caleres' CEO maintains its fiscal earnings guidance for 2017.
The New York Times Co plans to develop two or three new standalone digital products next year focused on lifestyle topics as part of its push to get more people to pay for its content beyond traditional news.
“Our society is choking with aesthetics. Everything today is about the way things look; but rarely do people take the time to figure what things mean,” opined Pharrell Williams at a Chanel podcast recording in Colette.
Nordstrom has partnered with The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) to bring a unique assortment, including beauty, accessories and home decor, from MoMA's Design Store to the retailer's Pop-in@Nordstrom shop this holiday.
Kinvara Balfour, the editor, It-Gal and consultant of cool, has launched an online series called The Visionaries, an all-inclusive project for the Instagram generation of insightful interviews with many fashion greats.
We’ve seen Armani Hotels; Ferragamo golf courses; Stella McCartney dual-use skyscrapers and Roberto Cavalli nightclubs. Next step in designer living, a Rock 'N' Roll hotel by hipster lifestyle brand Lola James Harper.
The Dutch city of Maastricht will host the 34th World Fashion Convention on 9 and 10 October 2018. The convention is jointly organised by the International Apparel Federation (IAF) and Dutch fashion association Modint.
Has the devastation of the UK high street made a dent at the value and older end of the fashion market? Bonmarché gave us some clues on Monday when it issued first-half results and it seems to be making progress.
If there was anything Azzedine Alaïa, the revered designer who died aged 77 this weekend, enjoyed more than actually making clothes, it was a meal with his “family” of supermodels, bold face names, artists and stars.