Because they're cute now.
"It's important for us to have luxury. We deserve it."
Nordstrom and Barneys are finding success in the burgeoning world of influencer brands for whom promotion and feedback are built-in.
For Barneys, "it wasn't a sales-driving event."
Plus, Theory outlines its goals for future with new merchandising strategy and a more intensive customer focus.
Plus, meet the woman who's curated an Instagram of eBay's most absurd designer goods.
With appearances and exclusive products from Virgil Abloh, Heron Preston, Jerry Lorenzo and more, hype-hungry young shoppers were happy to trek uptown.
Plus, Riccardo Tisci reveals when he'll make his big return to high fashion.
A serendipitous living situation and a bouquet of flowers might have helped, too.
Think K-beauty is a bubble that's going to burst soon? Hardly.
Justin Bieber merch, streetwear and Kendall + Kylie are just a few of the tools they used to woo millennial shoppers.
This tour seems literally never-ending, as does this rollout of #merch.
And it could be the last one ever.
After 12 years at Barneys, she's one of two key hires the contemporary brand has poached from the retail sphere.
And Mulberry has released the first campaign under Johnny Coca.
Plus, Lululemon opens its first "Lab" store in the U.S.
Plus, Coach commemorates the brand's 75th anniversary with limited-edition bag collection at Barneys.
Konrad Annerud's professional modeling debut is a Ralph Lauren lookbook for the fashion retailer.
Plus, Stephen Colbert learns how to pose with "Sports Illustrated" cover stars Ashley Graham and Hailey Clauson.
The city, for its part, will pay out $45,000.
And Lady Gaga covers the September issue of 'CR Fashion Book.'