Designer Michael Bastian worked with Hewlett Packard to create a smartwatch for Gilt.com.
Online retailer Need curates a small collection of products that rotates monthly. So instead of selling 12 blazers, Need sells the one blazer that they think guys really, well…need.
The leather outerwear brand famous for the Perfecto motorcycle jacket will open a store in LA, its second in the U.S.
Parke Lutter and Ronen Jehezkel founded their brand in 1997. Today, they’re learning to stand out in a crowded swimwear market while staying true to their core customer.
GQ and Lacoste Sport hosted an opening night cocktail party for their latest collaboration: a pop-up shop and gallery in NYC.
Elise Diamantini looks at Lacoste’s made in France capsule of knits and eyewear giant Luxottica’s latest collection of designer frames for brands like Dolce & Gabbana, Prada and Armani.
Online retailer TheTieBar.com opened a 3,200 sq. ft. shop in Lincoln Park, Chicago that will stay open through the holidays.
Rothmans kicked off its Canali trunk show with a very special performance by Canali senior account exec (and drummer) Peter Belci’s band, Bronze Fondue.
Elise Diamantini on Concept Korea’s spring 2015 runway show.
Ringo Starr and Jimmy Page helped John Varvatos celebrate the opening of his first European store on London’s Conduit Street last week.
Elise Diamantini looks at two newcomers to the U.S. market, Chris Manley’s Surfside Supply and Japanese cult knitwear brand Tomorrowland.
Elise Diamantini highlights a few of her latest showroom visits.
Jonathan Eyal opened Supply & Advise in midtown Miami in June 2013. “We were searching for a permanent location, but decided to do something temporary timed for Art Basel.”
Mixing editorial and commerce, Amazon’s menswear site East Dane was conceived as a “global online shopping destination,” says the site’s fashion director Jonathan Evans.
After feedback from a majority of Bread & Butter’s exhibitors and attendees, Karl-Heinz Muller opted to keep the show in Berlin.
Anthony Graziani opened his Cincinnati contemporary menswear store, Article, last fall.
Cwst (pronounced quest), is a slightly more grown up, less beach-inspired collection than Sadler and Buse’s previous collection, Riviera Club.
Tavik’s Erik Paulsen: “Because we’re a lifestyle brand that connects subcultures, we’re able to sell a wide range of retailers from boutiques to surf/skate and streetwear stores.”
Twin brothers Mike and Alex Faherty launched their swimwear-based lifestyle collection for spring 2013 and already count Barneys, Bloomingdale’s, Mario’s and Mitchells among their retailers.
3×1’s Scott Morrison on his vision for the brand and the future of denim.