Germany's Hugo Boss will seek to cut costs by renegotiating rents, shutting stores and shifting marketing spending back to its core menswear business after quarterly sales and profits fell short of expectations.
The New York City-based designer took to social media to unveil his affordable, contemporary women's line, Grey Jason Wu, that was born from his desire to dress his friends. The new line will launch in June.
The White House state dinner Thursday shone the spotlight, not only on Canada's royal family and head of state, but on a pair of Canadian-born designers who dressed First Lady Michelle Obama and Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau.
The German fashion label and W Magazine unveiled 'The Shot', a photo competition devised to unearth fashion photography's new talents. Emerging photographers are invited to submit their pictures by April 30th.
Barbadian superstar Rihanna, feted as much for her daring style as her vocal chords, closed out day two of New York Fashion Week by unveiling a debut collection for Puma that put the sexy into sweatpants.
Jason Wu, the wunderkind best known for dressing Michelle Obama, presented a New York show Friday that was less about making a seasonal splash and more about cultivating loyalty from illustrious clients.
German fashion house Hugo Boss said on Tuesday it expects sales and earnings to recover in the fourth quarter after a slowdown in China and more hesitant tourist shoppers in the US hurt its third-quarter results.