Designer and Luxury

Fashion

Designer and Luxury

Page 125 of 175
ACME, Spanish designers, 4 Eyes, Lomba, Celeste Bartos,  Ana Gonzalez, Ana Locking, Juanjo Oliva, Carmen March, Carmen March and Juan Duyos, Duyos,

ACME Brings Spanish Flavor to New York

Four Spanish designers — Ana Gonzalez of Ana Locking, Juanjo Oliva, Carmen March and Juan Duyos of Duyos — to present collections at NYFW.

Versace Names U.S. CEO

Fashion house Versace taps Michele Sodi in a reorganization of the division.

Fresh Takes: New York Designers to Watch

From Catherine Deneuve to photographer Neil Krug, the next generation of designers is working a myriad of inspirations for spring.

Phillip Lim for men, phillip lim menswear,

Lim For Him: Phillip Lim Stands By His Man

Phillip Lim's men’s line will have its first stand-alone presentation on Friday at New York Fashion Week.

Demsey Mazdack Rassi Gareth Pugh Alexander Wang Milk Studios MAC

MAC & Milk Adds Sponsor, Targets Education

BMW gets involved with the MAC & Milk fashion shows and will provide shuttles.

Tse Names Peng-Gerschultz CEO

New ceo succeeds retiring founder, Augustine Tse.

target, anna sui, gossip girl

Anna Sui's Target Line Debuts This Week

Anna Sui for Target channels the well-dressed women of “Gossip Girl.”

ungaro, lindsay lohan, estsreall archs

Ungaro Taps Lindsay Lohan, Archs

Emanuel Ungaro has tapped Lindsay Lohan as its artistic adviser and an almost unknown chief designer, Estrella Archs.

Liberty and Hermès Fete Collaboration

London pop-up shop puts focus on limited-edition scarves, ties.

New York Fashion Week, retail, economy, luxury buying, secondary lines, price points,

As N.Y. Fashion Week Nears, Designer Anxiety Rises

For many American designers, the collections they will present at New York Fashion Week will determine whether they will be around for fall.

Versace Inks License with Gruppo Facchini

Italian firm to manufacture and distribute the young VJC Versace lines.

President of Issey Miyake USA Leaving

Jocelyn Yap, president of Issey Miyake USA, is leaving the company after 13 years and will be succeeded by Yukio Anri Ito.

News from WWD
Newsletters

Sign upSign up for WWD and FN newsletters to receive daily headlines, breaking news alerts and weekly industry wrap-ups.

LatestPublications
getIsArchiveOnly= hasAccess=false hasArchiveAccess=false