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It's been a decade since Delta last upgraded its uniforms. CEO Ed Bastian tells CNBC it's time for an update.
The billionaire may not be pregnant, but that didn't stop him from volunteering the use of his stomach as a canvas.
If British fashion designer, Vivienne Westwood had the opportunity to vote in the upcoming U.S. election, neither Clinton nor Trump would be her pick.
Melania Trump, a former model, appeared to be wearing a fuscia-pink Gucci blouse on Sunday night.
British online clothing retailer Asos has come under fire after an investigative article revealed workers at its warehouse were "treated like machines."
An opportunity to turn a profit of as much as 500 percent awaited Yeezy buyers on the global sneaker resale market, said StockX CEO Josh Luber.
Kanye West's latest pair of kicks drop this weekend and judging by previous releases, more blockbuster sales are expected.
Birkenstock no longer has the market cornered on ugly-but-chic footwear.
The best-dressed and trend-setters descended on London at the weekend for the start of London Fashion Week.
Hong Kong cosmetic icon Sa Sa has gone digital to counter mainland Chinese tourists' dwindling interest in shopping, CFO Guy Look said.
It's official: The crop top is quickly becoming a wardrobe staple for young American women.
Carnegie Deli is offering New York Fashion Week models a chance to win free food. The catch? They have to eat a giant sandwich.
Several top designers are finding creative ways to make New York Fashion Week more inclusive — and more shoppable.
Already boasting more than 4,000 shops, H&M has said it plans to increase its store count between 10 percent and 15 percent annually.
The next stop on Tommy Hilfiger's comeback cruise docked in downtown Manhattan Friday.
Rihanna says her new collection for Puma was inspired by Japanese street culture.
Twenty-one “Pablo” pop-up locations opened around the world Friday, including one in Berlin that drew hundreds to line up early.
As Olympic athletes change out of athletic sneakers, chances are they are putting on a pair of Havaianas. They are the must-have sandal of Brazil.
Fifteen years after 9/11 the downtown has completely transformed, but is there enough demand for a huge retail complex?
Coach's CEO Victor Luis said that the company is trying to differentiate itself from the competition with its comeback.
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