After Milan and Bali, Bulgari's third luxury resort will be nestled under the Tuscan sun.
— May 29, 2007
Intrigue continues to roll on at Valentino Fashion Group. While the takeover battle for the company continues, so does an under-the-radar search for an eventual successor to Valentino.
— May 25, 2007
With New York partygoers deeply embroiled in the heart of a heavy social season that has turned into a serious case of deja vu.
— May 24, 2007
Eve is bringing her Fetish back. It's been nearly three years since rapper/actress Eve Jeffers closed her brand under Marc Ecko Enterprises, the company that purchased the license from Innovo Group in 2004.
— May 23, 2007
Gene Kahn, the former chief executive of the former May Department Stores Co., may soon be back in the saddle.
— May 22, 2007
Sure, Tom Ford can build a megabrand. But can he cook? None other than Martha Stewart will be the judge of that on Tuesday morning, when the design guru joins the domestic diva live on "The Martha Stewart Show."
— May 21, 2007
It may not be a bottle of purple rain, but a new fragrance by musician Prince, called 3121, does come in an emerald-cut-diamond-shaped bottle with a purple hue.
— May 18, 2007
Deke Jamieson, senior vice president of marketing and licensing at Dollhouse, a division of BBC Apparel Group Inc., the master licensee for the Paris Hilton...
— May 17, 2007
Dior's first full-blown cruise runway show in New York kicked off relatively on time on Monday evening, and perhaps Charlize Theron helped.
— May 16, 2007
John Demsey, a group president at the Estee Lauder Cos. Inc., has decided to take a break from plotting brand strategy and pursue some development of his own by tying the knot.
— May 15, 2007
Cartier has declared June 8 "Love Day" as the company follows up on its Charity Love bracelet initiative started last year.
— May 14, 2007
A funeral service for Isabella Blow will take place Tuesday at Gloucester Cathedral in Gloucester, England - the same church in which the stylist and fashion editor got married to Detmar Blow in 1989.
— May 11, 2007