All the Fashion and Beauty Brand Closures and Bankruptcies Caused by the Pandemic
In many cases, trouble was brewing before Covid-19 hit.
Must Read: Artist Sues Jeremy Scott for Stealing His Work, Gigi Hadid's Calvin Harris Video Is Out
And Beyoncé designs a temporary tattoo line with Flash Tattoos.
Beyoncé Gets Down With Models, Chanel Stirs Up Controversy in Dallas, Brands Explore 'Instagram Direct'
The biggest fashion stories of the week, save for the one about how we received a big block of cheese in the office (which was actually very awesome).
Kate Spade Owner Offloads Lucky Brand for $225 Million
Kate Spade gets all the attention now.
69-Year-Old Lauren Hutton Steals the Show in New Lucky Brand Campaign
Some brands, when trying to project a cooler image, tap someone young and hip for their ad campaigns. Lucky, on the other hand, went with iconic 69-year-old supermodel Lauren Hutton, thereby, we think, coming out on top in the cool arena.
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Cause Some Fourth of July Fashion Fireworks in These (Actually Stylish, We Swear) Patriotic Pieces
Theme dressing for a holiday can be tricky. You want to be festive, but not costume-y. It's especially challenging on the Fourth of July when you ha
Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, and Lucky Brand are Selling Stocks on Facebook--Will Other Brands Follow Suit?
You can now do a lot more than just 'like' a brand on Facebook. Starting today, you can buy their stock. The parent company of Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, Jack Spade, and Lucky Brand, Fifth & Pacific Cos (formerly Liz Claiborne) just launched a new initiative--the first of it's kind--that allows customers and fans to buy stocks in the company directly from their brands' Facebook pages, the Boston Herald is reporting. And you don't need to be a millionaire or financial wiz to get in on the action either--Stocks can be purchased fee-free with just a few clicks of the mouse for as little as $10. Customers can also set up payments in pre-set monthly increments of $10, $25 or $50 with a debit card, and for those with a little more money in their pockets, one-time investments of up to $2,500 will be allowed.