European and U.S. competition regulators on Thursday approved the 48-billion-euro (42.49 billion pounds) merger of Italian eyewear maker Luxottica and French lens manufacturer Essilor, sending shares in both companies higher.
A fashion show, which teams designers with chocolatiers and pastry chefs from more than 15 countries, kicked off the annual three-day“Salon du Chocolat” chocolate fair in Belgium’s capital on Thursday evening.
Kohl’s shares fell more than 6% on Thursday after the retailer forecast 1Q earnings below Wall Street’s expectations, partly due to higher costs, taking the shine off strong sales for the holiday shopping period.
Gap’s dependence on its low-end Old Navy line lessened in the holiday quarter as the apparel retailer managed to better its sales of other brands, helping the company’s same-store sales blow past Wall Street estimates.
DC Shoes, Inc. has appointed footwear industry veteran Michael Minter as its Global Head of Marketing. Minter is tasked with marketing the brand's skate heritage story to a new streetwear and lifestyle inspired consumer.
Delta Galil has promoted Amy Price to senior vice president of its men's and active divisions. She will be based in the company's New York office and oversee all production, design, and sales for the divisions.
French shoe brand Clergerie has opened a new boutique in New York on Madison Ave. To celebrate the opening, a preview of the SS18 collection designed by new creative director David Tourniaire-Beauciel will debut.
Now that’s what we call respecting a brand’s DNA. From its birth the house was based on a certain vision of the future, one based on novel materials, above metal. Back when the future was the coolest thing imaginable.