Khakis are cool now. So, where does J.Crew fit in?
Plus, Emilio Pucci is collaborating with Supreme.
Plus, is the future of the fashion show virtual?
With an estimated $44 billion in buying power, teens could pave a path to success at retail.
It may seem like menswear manages to earn more on the secondhand market, but it's not really that simple.
Yes, your dog wants to cop, too.
"It's a semi-accessible signifier that you're 'cool,' like a step up from shitty posters."
Plus, how brands are refashioning preppy to appeal to more customers.
A new study shows that replicas of the streetwear brand's pieces are the most-searched requests globally, along with a growing interest in counterfeit fashion in the U.S.
As per usual, Kanye West and Supreme are likely to blame.
The Detroit-based "stock market of things" startup currently boasts more than 3,000 Supreme products on its website.
Many luxury brands' attempts to "do it for the culture" can seem disingenuous — or can go terribly awry.
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According to the house's client services, "the collection will no longer be sold in any stores or online."
Plus, Buro 24/7 and 'System' Magazine are linking up.
Plus, Lucky Blue Smith signs with IMG.
Plus, Bandier is betting on influencers and exclusives to get ahead in the activewear market.
Sorry, my dude.
Plus, department stores saw sales decline this quarter.