The NYC-based brand has announced a collaborative window display to be unveiled in seven global stores to celebrate the launch of the first retro graffiti-inspired collection in a series of limited-edition capsules.
Lingerie manufacturer Seven 'til Midnight has launched a new women's swim line, Siren. The brand previously had plans to venture into swimwear a few years ago but put them on hold when the 2008 financial crisis struck.
Target's private-label denim brand Universal Thread has been sued by plus-size brand Universal Standard which alleges the mass market retailer is infringing on its trademark and confusing customers with its marketing.
Designers do love the unexpected. In a major surprise, the house of Burberry has revealed it will launch a limited edition collection with iconic British designer Vivienne Westwood. It will debut in early December.
Smiley has linked up with US-based Boy Meets Girl for a new streetwear collection, to celebrate “More Self Love.” The collection features a customised mash-up of the Smiley Original icon and the Boy Meets Girl logo.
Le Col by Wiggins, the clothing collection announced earlier this year as a collaboration between the star cyclist and the Le Col brand, has finally been launched with apparel and accessories priced from £15 to £185.
The designer is launching an exclusive accessories collection with the British retailer this month. The range encompasses totes, purses, card holders and scarves and is inspired by his SS18 collection.