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Sheerly Genius makes "indestructible sheer tights". While the tights aren't actually bulletproof, they use ballistic grade fiber that is up to ten times stronger than steel while still making a sheer product.
Open Style Lab brings together teams of designers, engineers and therapists to make tech-based clothing for people with disabilities.
Nike Brand President Trevor Edwards resigns suddenly amid complaints about poor workplace conduct, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Shares of Ugg-parent Deckers Outdoor dropped 7.5 percent on Monday after Marcato Capital Management exited their stake in the company.
Luxury fashion website Farfetch is said to be getting ready for an Initial Public Offering (IPO) that would value it at around $6 billion
The BR-X1 by Bell & Ross costs more than a house.
The executive arm of the European Union reportedly plans to target $3.5 billion of goods imported from the U.S.
Levi’s has a new high-tech process that drastically cuts down the time to finish jeans.
The Millennial-focused collection that will emphasize experiences as much as style.
High-end fashion company Dolce & Gabbana showed off its newest collection of handbags using drones to "walk" the runway.
For the first time in her life, 91-year-old Queen Elizabeth II attended London Fashion Week on Tuesday, surprising fashionistas at the show.
Kering benefited from a strong bounceback in demand from Chinese consumers at home and overseas.
Winding queues formed outside department stores in Seoul when the official Pyeongchang souvenir jacket went on sale last year.
Tapestry, Ralph Lauren, Perry Ellis, Guess and Abercrombie & Fitch all noted the logo trend on recent earnings calls.
Revlon announced on Monday that President and CEO Fabian Garcia will step down to pursue other career opportunities.
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