The recently-acquired brand will be available only through the home shopping channel.
It's not dead yet.
You can now shop the online-only collection.
More details on the failure of a preppy retailer.
The online-native jewelry retailer has been expanding its offline presence in recent months, and now has the funds to accelerate the process.
All the fashion news you need to know from this week.
If this is even half as successful as her Oscars selfie, it'll be a hit.
Despite having only launched a few months ago, the brand already has a store and a campaign starring a '90s supe.
Unlike everything else we've seen this week, it's already available to shop.
Confirming a rumor we heard over a year ago, Trademark is the latest brand to join Chris Burch's portfolio of design brands. And like the other brands the business man has launched, he has personal ties to the people behind it. They're his daughters.
With the Tory Burch lawsuit behind him, Chris Burch is getting even more bullish on C.Wonder.
From Raf Simons' appointment at Dior, to Nicolas Ghesquiere's departure from Balenciaga, and the arrival of several new 'It' girls (or 'It' felines, anyway), 2012 brought a lot of big changes in the fashion industry. And, of course, we were on hand to report every single one of them.
Cathy Horyn and Oscar de la Renta may have had the only beef that literally involved beef, but there were a slew of others this year. Fashion people simply could not just let shit slide. From drawn out legal battles to ironic graffiti wars, click through to rehash 2012's biggest fashion beefs.
It's been a few weeks since we tuned into the ongoing legal battle between Chris and Tory Burch, but that doesn't mean it's all blown over. Quite the contrary--the list of accusations in the case is only growing longer.
Is there anything that rattles Tory Burch? On Wednesday, the designer sat down with CNN’s Alina Cho to chat style, business, and of course, that ongoing lawsuit with her ex-husband, in front of an audience of industry VIPs, WWD is reporting. But if you were hoping for any digs or gaffes--which other designers seem so fond of doling out--you'll be sorely disappointed. Burch remains as unflappable as ever.
Here's another reason to watch as the nasty legal battle between Tory Burch and ex-husband/business partner Chris continues to unfold: The judge on the case sounds like he's going to be hilarious. WWD caught up with Judge Leo Strine, of the Delaware Chancery Court, who is assigned to the Burch case, and, well, let's just say Strine may have a future career as a standup comedian. Read on to hear what zingers Strine had to say on duck boots, preppy clothing and drunken WASPs.
And the battle of the exes continues. Last month, Chris Burch filed suit against ex-wife and business partner Tory Burch, claiming breach of contract and tortious interference. Now, Tory Burch is firing back. The designer filed answer and counterclaims to Chris' suit this morning, WWD is reporting. She also outlined how Chris Burch allegedly ripped off the Tory Burch brand for his new venture, C.Wonder.
As the ugly legal battle between Chris and Tory Burch heats up, Anna Wintour and Diane von Furstenberg have spoken out to take Tory's side.