Footwear News

Adieu Collaborates With The Broken Arm

The French label created an exclusive creeper style for the Paris boutique.

– 12:24 PM, EDT

Footwear News

Go Inside Rupert Sanderson's Studio

Harrods explores the muses and workspaces of four of Britain's star designers.

– 9:01 AM, EDT


Cambridges Expecting Second Child in April

Duchess said to be recovering from pregnancy sickness.

– 8:02 AM, EDT


Qatar Holding Invests in Retailer

The sovereign fund is taking a stake in a department operator in Hong Kong and mainland China.

– 4:53 AM, EDT


Adidas Shares Jump on Reebok Rumor

Report says an investor group is preparing to buy the sneaker brand.

– 4:17 AM, EDT


Metro Sales Slip 2.6% in Q4

The German retailer cited improved like-for-like sales in all divisions.

– 4:11 AM, EDT


Candy Crush Teams Up with Zara Terez

King, the creator of the mobile gaming app Candy Crush Saga, has teamed up with the performance wear designer for the new label.

– 4:08 AM, EDT


Accessories Go Groovy: Buyers Dig the '70s Vibe

Seventies-inspired looks were big on the runways of New York, London, Milan and Paris.

– October 20, 2014


Flagship Reflects 'New' Bally

Bally has unveiled its first new store concept in two decades, a David Chipperfield-designed building on New Bond Street.

– October 20, 2014


Nocibé Head Gains Responsibilities for Douglas Perfumeries

Douglas Perfumeries and Nocibé are harmonizing their talents as well as their companies.

– October 19, 2014


Leaders of Italy and China Stress Cooperation

The fifth annual China-Italy Innovation Forum took place on Thursday at the Politecnico University of Milan.

– October 19, 2014


British Court Orders ISPs to Block Counterfeit Sites

Montblanc's ceo Jerome Lambert said the judgment would help combat the "onslaught of fakes" being sold online.

– October 19, 2014

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