To everything, there is a (Yeezy) season. A time to cop fresh fashions, and a time to mourn the lack of purchasing power that keeps Kanye’s latest designs from being yours.
You might not know the name Kendra Scott, but come 2017, you will. The jewelry designer started her business 13 years ago with $500 in her spare bedroom; today, she has 39 stores around the country.
Holly Golightly just might have to move her morning croissant-fueled stakeout a little farther downtown. Tiffany & Co will debut its 17-piece “Out of Retirement” collection (the brand doesn’t discontinue items.
Abercrombie & Fitch has given the shirtless male models and the corporate jet the heave-ho, and its latest campaign is another sign of the mall brand’s ongoing evolution.
Burberry is the latest brand to begin consolidating its sub-brands under one umbrella. That means that, per a tweet from WWD, its Prorsum, Brit, and London collections will become a single brand, to be called, simply, Burberry.