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Chief Financial Officer Carrie Teffner is leaving that role and intends to resign from Crocs next April, the footwear maker said, dragging the stock lower.
Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson's endorsement deal with Under Armour has been ranked as the best-matched celebrity-brand partnership in the fashion and retail sectors.
Hanesbrands' shares suffered their worst daily drop in almost a decade following a disappointing earnings report and news that the company isn't renewing its contract to sell an exclusive line of Champion activewear to Target.
McDonald will also become a member of Lululemon's board of directors.
Upscale fashion label Burberry has destroyed millions of dollars’ worth of clothing and perfume in a move questioned at its annual meeting. It destroyed £28.6 million ($37.1 million) of goods for the year ended March 31, 2018.
Crocs unveiled a new high-heeled style of its rubber shoes and they have already sold out on Amazon. The internet can't handle it, USA Today reports.
The new 25 percent tariffs in place on American jeans in the European Union and a trade war with China could spell trouble for Levi Strauss & Co. and other iconic American brands.
Fashion, which has long shed blue-collar jobs in the United States, is a leading example of how artificial intelligence is affecting a range of white-collar work.
Etsy's former issue in the online crafts marketplace was not the threat of Amazon, but rather, its own mismanagement.according to the Financial Times.
The company went public in November and has seen its stock double in value since.
Since beauty company Coty bought Procter & Gamble’s beauty brands for $12.5 billion in October 2016, it has been working on “fixing and improving” them, according to chief executive Camillo Pane. The brands the company bought include Max Factor makeup and Clairol and Wella hair products. They also include CoverGirl, the billion-dollar cosmetics brand founded more than 60 years ago, and famous for its tagline “Easy, Breezy, Beautiful.”
You may not have heard of it, but this French start-up says it has created fashion’s first search engine, reports The New York Times.
LikeAGlove smart shorts take exact measurements of your waist and hips to help you find jeans that fit perfectly.
The Jimmy Choo co-founder tells CNBC about business lessons, dealing with Harvey Weinstein and gender equality.
Fyre Festival promoter was arrested and charged for selling fraudulent tickets to fashion, music, and sporting events just one year after his fake luxury event in the Bahamas, the New York Times reports.
Kate Spade's simple yet fun design sensibility and quirky all-American style leaves an indelible mark on fashion, according to the CEO of Bloomingdale's and others, defying her tragic end.