Jim Cramer checks in with Macy's CEO Jeffrey Gennette, who explains how tax reform made a way for employees to share in the company's performance. » Read More
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Sportswear brand Reebok has launched a new ad campaign that mixes its performance and fashion sides for the first time. Its "Sport the Unexpected" campaign kicked off in the U.S. Monday.
Foot Locker shares soared 5 percent Friday after the shoe company reported same-store sales growth that more than doubled expectations.
Target is teaming up with Vineyard Vines, the clothing and accessories brand best known for its shirts embellished with a logo of a smiling pink whale.
Choupette, the feline companion of Chanel chief Karl Lagerfeld, could be poised to inherit millions of dollars after his death on Tuesday.
A $129.99 winter coat by Chinese fashion label Orolay has become a number one best-seller on Amazon, becoming so popular it is now known as the "Amazon coat," after going viral on social media.
He became creative director of privately owned Chanel in 1983.
Jim Cramer recaps recent earnings reports in the retail space to see who wins out among the apparel brands.
The advertising images, in the style of a family portrait, have been criticized as being "creepy," by people on social media. "These people look like actors of horror movies. Sorry, no luck," one user wrote on microblogging platform Sina Weibo.
Italian fashion house Dolce and Gabbana reportedly canceled a fashion show in Shanghai after being accused of racism in its promotions for the event. Videos posted on social media showed a Chinese woman being told how to use chopsticks.