The World Trade Organization gave the green light Tuesday for Syria to begin entry talks after the U.S. and Israel lifted objections.
– May 5, 2010
WWD looks at companies from Chanel to Givenchy, Eileen Fisher to Juicy Couture, as they plan postrecession business strategies.
– May 5, 2010
Christian Louboutin greeted a swarm of fans in Los Angeles.
– May 3, 2010
Armani's first hotel in the world occupies eight floors of the soaring Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
– April 27, 2010
American Express unit sees 4th-Qtr. strength continuing.
– April 26, 2010
Haider Ackermann does things his own way—and at his own pace.
– April 12, 2010
Hennes & Mauritz AB, the world’s third-largest fashion retailer, sees net profits jump 45 percent in the period.
– April 8, 2010
The designer checks in from her trip touring the souks in Damascus and Aleppo.
– April 5, 2010
SAFW, now in its 14th year, took place last weekend in downtown Johannesburg’s historic Turbine Hall, short on fanfare but strong on focus.
– March 30, 2010
A global roundup of some new spas redefining relaxation.
– March 12, 2010
Adidas’ fourth-quarter profits fell 63.8 percent as the athletic firm took writedowns on its Reebok business and weathered a sales decline.
– March 3, 2010
Thirty years after developing her seaweed-based spa brand, Repechage, into an international business, Lydia Sarfati is focusing on a new horizon: West Africa.
– February 19, 2010