Legendary fashion icon Max Azria, whose designs rocked the fashion industry when he established BCBG Max Azria in 1989 - has died, according to Apparel News.
The fashion world was plunged into mourning on Tuesday by the death of legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld, the rapier-witted dandy who ruled over the industry for half a century.
Luxury brand Michael Kors is close to a deal to buy hallowed Italian fashion house Versace for about $2 billion, financial media reported Monday.
(CNS) - A judge finalized his ruling allowing Janice Dickinson's defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby to go to trial, but not the ex-supermodel's allegations against the comedian's former attorney.
Designer Kate Spade, one of the biggest names in American fashion, was found dead Tuesday in New York after committing suicide, police said. She was 55.
A hack at Saks and Lord & Taylor stores in North America has compromised customer payment data, their parent company announced on Sunday.
This week, Walk with the Mayor will make two very impressive stops with Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse, visiting the newly-arrived pret-a-porter couture de Paris of The Royals and one of the world's most regal jewelers, Harry Winston, celebrating industries that have made Beverly Hills a preferred retail address for over 50 years.
Mayor Lili Bosse, who always says, "Monday is my favorite day of the week!" will lead walkers to visit the beautiful Salon Maxime and the Cactus Garden at Beverly Gardens Park for Walk with the Mayor Monday, a free event that starts Monday at 8:30 a.m. on the Crescent Drive steps of City Hall.
This Saturday, take a stroll with Mayor Lili Bosse through the heart of creativity to visit the City’s world-class art galleries on another BOLD Holiday adventure to connect the community with all the joys that Beverly Hills has to offer this season.
Mayor Lili Bosse never stops showing off her City, and promoting Beverly Hills businesses. Walk with the Mayor will visit Djula Jewelers and Pharmaca Monday, offering the best in jewelry fashion trends and a new integrative approach to the neighborhood pharmacy.