As president of the Accessories Council, the New York nonprofit that champions the interests of the bags, baubles, belts, and barrettes industry, Karen Giberson is a firm believer that products should be manufactured in America when it's feasible.
Northern California fashion designers put on a unique runway show at the Kimpton Sawyer Hotel in downtown Sacramento on Saturday night, turning commercial interior products like carpets and wall coverings into wearable clothes.
Founded in 2007 by two Stanford MBA candidates, Bonobos made its first foray into brick-and-mortar sales by opening six stores in 2012. Walmart acquired it for $310 million last June, though Bonobos clothes aren’t sold in their stores.
Queen Elizabeth II attended her first visit London Fashion Week runway show and presented an award recognizing British design excellence to Richard Quinn. American Vogue editor Anna Wintour sat with the monarch.
Kmart is rebranding its apparel for “plus sized” women to something more celebratory: “Fabulously Sized.” Kmart’s new “I Can” ad celebrates women of all shapes and sizes and marks the expansion of its signature brands to larger sizes such as 1X and 5X.