The expression “It’s what’s on the inside that counts” might lie at the heart of interior design, but the pandemic prompted ...
A change at the top for America’s most venerable dishware maker: Lenox has a new CEO. In a statement released this afternoon, ...
If you open it, they will come. It might not be quite that simple, but this week’s Las Vegas Market for gift, home and ...
For some, working remotely has totally transformed the way they think about their daily routine, while others can’t wait to ...
Over the past decade, the fashion and beauty industries have tightly embraced the influencer marketing model in all its forms ...
As spring flowers bloom, some good news to go with the change in seasons: The CDC reports that about a third of Americans ...
The 50 States Project is a yearlong series of candid conversations with interior designers across the country about how they’ve built their businesses. This week, Fishers, Indiana–based Sunshine ...
When brothers Milton and Jack Goldstein opened a small fabric shop in Manhattan’s Garment District in 1946, the future of their fledgling business was just ...
Change is afoot at the Boston Design Center. Jamestown and Related Beal, the co-owners of the BDC, are planning to consolidate the 50-plus design showrooms currently scattered throughout the building ...
If business owners had known the pandemic was coming, what would they have done to prepare? Meganne Wecker offers a glimpse.
With its new kids line, West Elm becomes the latest lifestyle home store to set up shop in the children’s space. Parent ...
Influencer marketing in the fashion and beauty industries is a mature ecosystem, with its own celebrities, agencies, rules ...