Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Fashion Log In Log In Today’s Paper Fashion | Pandora Plots a Comeback. Think Pink. Advertisement Supported by The world’s largest jewelry company by volume hopes new designs, marketing and store changes will reverse a sales slide. ByElizabeth Paton Sept. 15, 2019, 5:04 a.m. ET LONDON — In Greek myth, when Pandora opened her box, she let all the evils out into the world. Just one thing was left inside: hope. The Danish jewelry group of the same name, which first became a global success story 15 years ago with its distinctive customizable sterling Beginning in Now the group — which still sells the largest jewelry maker in the world by product volume — says it has a sparkling turnaround plan to regain some of the brand’s lost luster. Following the April appointment of painting downtown streets A host of new Pandora … [Read more...] about Pandora Plots a Comeback. Think Pink.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Fashion Log In Log In Today’s Paper Fashion | What’s Your Workplace Confession? Advertisement Supported by We want to hear your true-life tales of office awkwardness. ByThe Styles Desk Aug 13, 2019 The office: Is there any setting more ripe for awkward encounters, embarrassing experiences or just plain weirdo behavior? We want your stories, big and small. For instance, did you accidentally send a message to your boss about … your boss? Did your friend’s deeply personal text message flash across your screen during a presentation? Did you scrawl an obscenity on an erasable whiteboard only to realize it was just a painted white wall? Or did you do something more We’ve all done weird things and had weird things done unto us. Now is your chance to confess them and realize we’re all fallible humans just trying to survive in this … [Read more...] about What’s Your Workplace Confession?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Fashion Log In Log In Today’s Paper Fashion | Versace, Givenchy and Coach Apologize to China After T-Shirt Row Advertisement Supported by The luxury brands are the latest businesses to come under pressure from Chinese internet users for appearing to flout Beijing’s territorial claims. ByElizabeth Paton Aug 12, 2019 The luxury brands Coach and Givenchy joined Versace on Monday in apologizing to China for producing T-shirts that were regarded to have undermined the country’s sovereignty. The apparel, which identified the semiautonomous regions of Hong Kong and Macau as countries, set off an angry online backlash from Chinese consumers who perceived the designs as violations of the “One China” policy. Millions of social media users across China called for boycotts of the Western luxury companies’ products on Monday, The furor … [Read more...] about Versace, Givenchy and Coach Apologize to China After T-Shirt Row
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Fashion Log In Log In Today’s Paper Fashion | The Leopard-Print Midi Skirt Is the Summer Trend That Won’t Die Advertisement Supported by These brands won’t rest until every woman on the planet owns a silky, subtly sexy spotted skirt. ByIlana Kaplan Aug 5, 2019 You’ve seen it on Instagram, the racks of your favorite department store and your morning commute. The silky, sultry leopard-print midi skirt is everywhere these days and has become a seemingly tailor-made wardrobe staple for “hot girl summer,” Megan Thee Stallion’s seasonal mantra of unabashed self-confidence. The trend’s origins have been widely attributed to the online retailer Réalisation Par, which released its Naomi skirt, a bronze silk knee-length slip pelted with the animal’s print, in March 2018. Its initial popularity was driven by … [Read more...] about The Leopard-Print Midi Skirt Is the Summer Trend That Won’t Die
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Men’s Style Log In Log In Today’s Paper Men’s Style | Why Lululemon Chief Calvin McDonald Wants to Be an Ironman Advertisement Supported by MY WOrkout He swims, bikes, runs and also exfoliates. ByBee Shapiro Aug 1, 2019 Calvin McDonald, 47, the chief executive of Lululemon, is obsessed with fitness. Appointed last year to fix the company’s culture after a series of missteps, Mr. McDonald exercises twice a day, competes in three Ironman races a year and goes on four-hour bike rides to clear his head. A native of Canada, he recently moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, with his wife, Andrea McDonald, and four children. Here, he shares his life tips. Not Once, but Twice I’m usually up at 6 or 6:30 in the morning, and I’m usually the first one up in the house. I first look at what I’ve committed to in the day. Then I … [Read more...] about Why Lululemon Chief Calvin McDonald Wants to Be an Ironman