Shares of shoemaker Crocs rallied 27 percent Thursday after CEO Andrew Rees said strong clog sales helped the company post a surprise profit in the third quarter. » Read More
By: Lauren Thomas
Michael Kors shares fall after a weak second-quarter sales report, but CEO John Idol says plans to acquire Versace are "setting the stage for accelerated revenue and earnings growth." » Read More
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Palace, known for its product "drops," where it launches a new collection without warning, and Ralph Lauren, famous for its traditional preppy-style Polo Ralph Lauren brand, announced a partnership via Instagram. » Read More
By: Lucy Handley
"We believe Instagram data can no longer be ignored as a data point for luxury investors, to help them pick the winning brands," said a report from UBS. The number of Instagram followers a luxury brand has is likely to correlate to sales. » Read More
J.P. Morgan downgrades Gap shares to underweight, predicting the clothier could face profit pressure throughout the holiday season as it struggles with operational issues and skewed inventory.
Toms donate a pair of shoes for every one it sells, and has donated more than 60 million pairs since it was founded in 2006. In 2014, Mycoskie sold a 50 percent stake in the business to Bain Capital, valuing the company at an estimated $625 million
Louis Vuitton, the 164-year-old French fashion house owned by the LVMH luxury conglomerate hired Abloh in March, with Louis Vuitton Chair and CEO Michael Burke praising his disruptive approach to fashion and popular culture.
"Cheap fabric for soccer moms!" Versace fans let it rip following news of the brand's sale to Michael Kors, USA Today reports.
Michael Kors is acquiring Gianni Versace for $2.1 billion including debt, providing Kors an entry into the exclusive high-end European luxury market.
The pop singer-turned-designer admits that "it's not easy" being a working mother, but that it's important to support all those in the same situation.
Just as Netflix has amped up investment in content creation, Walmart will continue investing in brands, said Andy Dunn, CEO and co-founder of Walmart-owned online clothier Bonobos.
Burberry's annual report stated that it destroyed £28.6 million ($37.1 million) of goods for the year ended March 31, 2018, an increase on the £26.9 million in its 2017 financial year.
Customers can now buy J. Crew's classic clothing on Amazon Fashion.
New Balance will put cameras around a booth in New York City to scan people on the streets in order to find people who look unique or different to the norm. It's part of a marketing campaign called "Be The Exception."
Sales of the office sweater vest — the casual, fleece variety — are taking off. And data obtained by CNBC show it's being driven by sales in California, New York, Connecticut and a handful of other states where those industries are thriving.
Georgene Huang founded Fairygodboss.com to help improve the workplace for women.
Five business ideas to make money overseas aside from tutoring English.
DSW's Las Vegas store allows customers to order shoes via the DSW app or on a tablet kiosk. Then, a gigantic elevator will shoot them down to the sales floor, Columbus Business First reports.
Millennials are the driving force behind a resurgence in popularity for heritage sneakers, according to the chief executive of the world's second-largest sportswear brand.
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.