ALEX AND ANI debuts a new collaboration in honor of World AIDS Day.
Vintage inspiration has been particularly influential in fashion of late, especially in footwear. The Marco Boot from Privileged fuses a mix of eras—from antique tapestry to Victorian laces and a Mod block heel.
We love a smart, practical solution—especially an uber chic one. This patent-pending design by Calpak incorporates a power pack into a sleek luggage tag so that consumers can charge up at the airport, in flight or en-route to any destination.
Reason To Be Pretty’s geometrical wood earrings are a minimalistic answer to the pom pom and tassel styles popular of late.
Can you hear that? It’s the jingle of sleigh bells and cash registers.
Back for its second holiday season, Flying Solo is a massive retail collective in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood.
Personal Finance Website WalletHub conducted a national survey asking consumers what they are planning to buy this holiday season, how much they will spend, how they’re going to pay and more. The results provide some key insights retailers can tap into to maximize profits this season.
The brand’s first customization program, customers will be able to chose from 19 different stones to personalize both sides of the clasp of John Hardy’s iconic Reversible Classic Chain bracelet.
Baby got back! This artful design by Paris-Tokyo based jewelry brand Aicanon looks even better when worn down the back.
Some days require a little bit of magic. Bing Bang NYC’s Air Amulet Ring exudes good vibes with a dreamy rutilated quartz or luminescent moonstone gem, set in yellow gold or sterling silver.
Making its debut on the SS18 runway this week, this Cuyana x Creatures of the Wind is the most versatile soulmate accessory your cell phone will ever find.
This month, innovative German company Crafting Plastics! Studio will launch its first one-of-a-kind eyewear collection—the world’s first bioplastic designer frames.
The online marketplace is a curated shop for small artisan brands in the design, food, beauty and accessories categories that aims to marry content and commerce.
An unlikely pair, to say the least, Lord & Taylor has teamed up with Walmart to launch an e-commerce “flagship” on walmart.com, which will debut in spring 2018. The move is a strike back against Amazon’s recent strides in luxury fashion.
A minimal gold necklace is always a good idea, especially if it possesses a special meaning. AWE jewelry (Alive We’re Empowered) is designed to bolster survivors and create a sense of community, all while giving back to each shopper’s charity of choice.
The usually bleak retail headlines seemed to take a turn this holiday season, reporting months of record-setting volume as retailers stocked up for what is projected to be a busy holiday season.
Debuted last week at ComplexCon in Long Beach, CA, Tretorn’s first-ever footwear collection by André Benjamin (a.k.a. André 3000) is available for sale today. The relationship between the iconic Swedish footwear brand and globally renowned recording artist, songwriter and style icon was kismet, and Benjamin’s collection was inspired by his personal collection to the show was he was going up in Atlanta.
It was a tumultuous fall, with natural disasters and hurricanes across the U.S. that hit sales hard on an already-struggling category. Macy’s and Kohl’s both saw steep declines, and Nordstrom shares took a hit as sales stalled in its growth engine, Nordstrom Rack.
A heritage brand launched in 1943, Jane Basch Jewelry Designs is known for personalized monogram pieces that never seem to go out of style. Now, the designer is expanding with a new brand, called Jasamare by Jane Basch, that creates trend-forward styles featuring diamonds, genuine stones and sterling silver.
Shot in Los Angeles and directed by Warren Fu, the short film follows model Selena Sloan as she’s transported into a 24-hour party—bursting with color, games and the spirit of the holidays.