New York Times / November 13, 2017
Independent / November 13, 2017
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.
Retail Dive / November 13, 2017
The Wild Wild West is taking its hand at the luxury fashion rodeo this season. From chunky belt buckles and cowboy boots to fringe-clad handbags, Western-inspired accessories complement any look.
From Lucite and PVC to acrylic, transparency makes a big push this season. These translucent shoes, bags and jewelry are clear winners.
LA-based company VereVerto introduces shape-shifting bags where functional doesn’t have to mean ugly.
Harper’s Bazaar / November 10, 2017
Last night, Lord & Taylor unveiled its 80th annual world-famous holiday windows to New York in collaboration with Hallmark Channel and Madison Square Boys & Girls Club. American country pop singer-songwriter Jessie James Decker performed and Lord & Taylor President Liz Rodbell joined the stage for the countdown and much-anticipated …
Glossy / November 10, 2017
Business of Fashion / November 10, 2017
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.
H&M has revealed its Holiday campaign film starring rapper Nicki Minaj alongside actors Jesse Williams and John Turturro.
We’re all for a gimmick as long as it adds value and really works. So we were immediately smitten by Strands by Closet Gold, which we discovered at the recent Accessories Council Holiday Preview.
Reuters / November 9, 2017
Retail Wire / November 9, 2017
Glossy / November 9, 2017
Cue the movie magic–and retail collaborations–with the circus-inspired musical “The Greatest Showman”
In efforts to “streamline decision making and promote greater agility within its merchandise buying teams,” J.C. Penney has had a major realignment that affects the accessories teams.
So what did we find at the 51st Country Music Awards in Nashville? Lots of long linear earrings to balance out bare necklines, some delicate necklaces not worth mentioning, and some very striking tattoos!