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Not content with doing denim, the brothers behind Guess have now cast their sights towards booze. Maurice, Paul, and Armand Marciano, cofounders of the ubiquitous purveyor of Canadian tuxedos, have now purchased Wally’s Wine & Spirits, but the tight relationship between fashion and booze is hardly a new one. Have a swig of six of our favorites.
Despite its deep pockets, Gucci can’t seem to win against Guess. The luxury label just had its trademark infringement case against the mall brand tossed out in Italian court, adding insult to injury from last year’s legal loss.
Guess may not have the prestige of Chanel or the street cred of Alexander Wang, but man oh man do they ever know how to cast their models. From Anna Nicole Smith to Claudia Schiffer, the denim brand has propelled a stellar group of faces to stardom over the years. And now, they’re taking to the web to find the next Guess Girl to join the pack. Could it be you?
While some collaborations like Rodarte for Starbucks seem odd, others, namely Tiësto for Guess, seem completely normal. The kickass DJ/producer created a 22-piece collection with the brand last summer, and has taken the next step with his second, set to launch in stores this May.
Fragrance reviews are silly, but sometimes, fragrance marketing is even sillier. What do “playful pastimes” and “nostalgia” really smell like? So from now on, we’ll be crowdsourcing our own fragrance reviews. Read on to find out what our office thought about the latest sample to land on our desk. This week, we’re sniffing Seductive for Men by Guess.
Dannielynn Birkhead is an undeniably adorable kid. Now, however, she’s set to be a professionally adorable kid, as one of the faces of the GUESS? kids Spring 2013 campaign. This would be the end of the story, were it not for her mother Anna Nicole Smith‘s legendary history with the brand.
Because nothing says high fashion like bleached eyebrows and a little gratuitous nudity.
Just when we all thought the Gucci v. Guess copyright infringement case was over, there’s more news from the courtroom.
Gucci won its copyright lawsuit against Guess on Monday, but the Italian fashion house is still pretty pissed about the whole situation.
Gucci has finally won its copyright infringement case against Guess. However, Gucci was only awarded $4.7 million, a fraction of the $221 million that it was asking for.
Lawyers in Gucci‘s copyright infringement case against Guess made their closing statements on Thursday, which means it’s almost over!
Just when we thought Gucci‘s copyright infringement lawsuit against Guess was over, there’s a twist.
Just when we thought Gucci‘s copyright infringement lawsuit against Guess couldn’t get more ridiculous, it did.
Gucci‘s copyright infringement lawsuit against Guess just keeps dragging on.
Guess‘s chief executive officer Paul Marciano took the stand Wednesday to defend his company against Gucci‘s copyright infringement lawsuit. The Italian house is suing the mall-friendly retailer for copying several design elements and for selling $221 million worth of Gucci-like goods.
In 2009, Gucci filed a lawsuit against Guess for copyright infringement, seeking over $124 million in damages. Now the two companies are finally in court.
To celebrate Guess‘ 30th anniversary in the business, the company is bringing back one of their original Guess girls for a new campaign.
When one brand rips off another, it’s generally a case of one producing a cheaper version of something the other makes. But a brand producing an almost identical copy of something, and then charging four times the original price? That’s just dumb.
If you didn’t already have enough to look forward to this fall—Chanel’s Paradoxal polish, Marc’s dreamy suede coat—Giuseppe Zanotti is launching his first ever jewelry collection. And let me tell you…it is insanity. Unsurprisingly, the master of footwear is also a brilliant gem designer. Exhibit A: today’s waterfall of chains necklace.