Rick Owens opened his first flagship in London and has plans to open a store in Tokyo in September.
The Converse by John Varvatos women's line is being discontinued, although the footwear and men's lines will remain.
Tiffany is doing the unthinkable and having a major sale next month with diamonds marked 70% off.
Zac Posen blogged about his private trunk show in Boca Raton and runway presentation in Coral Gables.
Photographer Garance Dore spoke in an interview about Scott Schuman and her personal style.
Less than a year after opening their acclaimed Nolita boutique, the three fashion folks behind Inven.tory have gone and done it again--only this time the space is warehouse-sized. With the same retail concept in mind, to sell emerging brands at wholesale prices, Inven.tory makes it that much easier for independent brands to sell overstock, samples, and one-offs without resorting to Century 21 standards. After a successful Cheap Monday pop-up event to kick things off, the new shop is now fully stocked and open for business. A look in the new space in the gallery below.
This year's Costume Institute Gala might just spawn some rifts in the industry thanks to the financial requirements of attending.
Apparently not an April Fool's joke is the opening of the nation's first ever Balenciaga outlet in Woodbury Commons.
Christian Dior is skipping the big Resort runway show this year, and it looks like others will follow in their footsteps.
Richard Chai is rumored to be the next creative director at Bill Blass with the official announcement coming in about a month.
Earlier this month we wrote about a new pop-up store poised for the Lower East Side and, in honor of it's opening, here's a look inside the space. If American workwear, retro Moscot frames, and motorcycles don't signify spring in the Lower East Side, we don't what does. The Smith + Butler pop-up store, located inside the Moscot boutique on Delancy Street, opens today.
Kate Spade's Fall 2009 clothing range was inspired by London and Paris in the 1960's, as is her signature.
A commenter claims that Hermès incinerates their leftover product in New Jersey after their sample sales.
The opening of the Los Angeles Chloè flagship is delayed by a couple of days and it is found newsworthy.
Colette will host photographer Todd Selby in a pop-up space where he will show his first film and sell his coffee table book.
Later this month Brooklyn cult-boutique Smith + Butler is taking occupancy at the Moscot space in Manhattan's Lower East Side. Smith + Butler, responsible for something of a Steve McQueen renaissance in Brooklyn, stocks classic American work wear and Motorbikes, among other Americana-inspired items. Moscot seems an apt partner then--the New York-borne eyewear company has been in business for almost one hundred years now and still contends with hip eyewear brands like Ksubi with their retro-inspired styles. The temporary space will host both Moscot and Smith + Butler's newest Spring offerings from March 27th through May 25th.
DernierCri gave a sportswear recommendation to readers: the new NIkeiD system lets you create your own athletic shoe.