Japanese retail giant’s commercial has been accused of whitewashing colonial history.
Masks, bulk orders of umbrellas, sticks also barred.
Sensors embedded in fabric deliver different sensations to wearer’s body.
Chapter 11 filing allows the company to keep operating while it works out a plan to pay its creditors and turn around the business.
Bernard Arnault is strongly against the Swedish child activist’s ‘extremely negative’ stance.
Humphrey Singer says it is the right time to leave the company.
Pioneering black model Coco Mitchell returns to runway after a decade away.
A survey by the Fashion Roundtable consultancy found 96% of British fashion sector professionals backed Britain staying in the European Union.
American designer Tory Burch is inspired by the personality of Princess Diana rather than her wardrobe.
Chiara Ferragni's story has become a Harvard Business School example of how social media fame can be monetised.
Online retailers like Boohoo are growing fast, often at the expense of traditional shopping outlets such as Marks and Spencer.
E'S Closet International wants to be listed in the US as it wants the brand to be international, says its chief marketing officer
According to trade group figures, fashion contributes about £32 billion annually to the British economy,
The 94-year-old prime minister turns out to be a man of honour and a bit of a fashion dandy.
Forever 21 operates more than 800 stores in the US, Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Luxury vendors prefer selling products at their own stores than at wholesale department stores.
Jean-Raymond will serve as artistic director of a new division called Reebok Studies.
Peter Hoe at The Row combines food, clothes and homeware in a Middle-Eastern bazaar ambience.
Hollywood star Jordan was first signed up as a Coach menswear ambassador this year and fronted the label's Spring 2019 campaign.
The move comes months after the rapper sold hoodies and socks under the brand name during an Easter Sunday service that he held at the Coachella music festival.
The 2-hour extravaganza sees actors, dancers and performance artists take to the stage as an eclectic mix of characters to recount Gaultier’s memories from his nearly 50 years in fashion.
The Hollywood star steps in front of the camera for the luxury brand's new campaign, ‘Genius Is Born Crazy'.
The aim of the exhibition is to explore the relationship with the human back through history.
Riccardo Tisci’s new designs have been the reason for increased sales for Burberry.