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The contemporary sportswear brand is relaunching with a new designer and a planned store opening in Greenwich Village.
For a firm so obsessed with sleek design, Apple's top executive should dress the part — the dot-com geek look is over.
It didn't take Richard Cohen long to make his first big splash as ceo at the Hong Kong-based men’s wear retailer.
Bermuda shorts, monochromatic whites and graphic elements were some of the key spring trends for a very dynamic season.
The opening kicks off an American retail rollout that includes units in New York and Miami by the end of the year.
The unisex perfumes are named after some of D.V.’s favorite expressions.
The collection is part of its efforts to produce more sustainable clothing.
The firm's stock fell to a new 52-week low after its chairman and chief executive officer loaned the retailer $400 million.
Peacock International Holdings this week named Stuart M. Goldblatt to the newly created position of president and chief operating officer of the brand.
The company has spent big on its new accessories flagship in the luxury shopping arcade Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II.
Emilio de la Morena cited the “louche exuberance” and “unabashed sexuality” of Ibiza in the Eighties as his spring touchstone.