Footwear trade show FN Platform is returning to Las Vegas this February with an updated program, debuting a new strategy that organizers said will better serve the "constantly evolving" needs of buyers and retailers.
The boutique of Christian Dior on the Champs Elysées was one of many luxury stores ransacked during the riots this weekend in Paris. Some 30 boutiques suffered smashed windows and pillaging in the protest.
Shimmering crystals take center stage this holiday season in the festive capsule from the luxury footwear brand, Sergio Rossi. Three designs launch Tuesday, November 27 in the brand's stores and online.
Two months after the departure of Josep Font, Delpozo is believed to have found a successor. German designer Lutz Huelle has become the Spanish prêt-à-couture brand’s new creative director, according to sources.
Condé Nast has ousted its CEO Bob Sauerberg and will name a new global chief executive who will oversee both the New York-based Condé Nast and London-based Condé Nast International divisions, it confirmed on Tuesday.
Kering is partnering Michelle Obama when the former First Lady comes to Paris for the presentation of the French edition of her autobiography, Becoming. She will be in Paris on December 5 at the Scene Musicale.
After unveiling an interactive light-based installation and gift vending machine at its Regent Street flagship store, Mulberry continues to embrace the digital generation with a series of tongue-in-cheek memes.
John Lewis had a much better time of the seven days to November 24 than recently with its parent company seeing sales up 4.2% to almost £380 million but the department store chain and its webstore leaping ahead by 7.7%.
Major London landlord Shaftesbury saw its portfolio value rising in the year to September as it shrugged off the wider UK retail downturn due to higher rents and its strength in areas such as Covent Garden and Carnaby.
Gucci, Burberry, Maison Margiela, Jean Paul Gaultier, Walter Van Beirendonck, Simone Rocha, Craig Green, Marine Serre and Stüssy have all come up with a product for the Japanese brand's Happy Holidays collection.
Women's made-to-order shirt label Careste has made its debut, providing an on-demand alternative to a traditional couturier and giving women access to custom shirt services often reserved for menswear.