Distance running is a relentlessly individual sport. But professional running teams, and their polished Instagram accounts, are upending that dynamic.
At Gucci and Versace and all over Milan, the suit is making a return.
Zouma, a defender who also plays for the French national soccer team, lost a sponsorship deal with Adidas on Wednesday after a video circulated online of him kicking his cat.
A recent report examines the links between fashion brands and Amazon deforestation.
You think they randomly choose those glaring shades of Nike, Adidas and New Balance? Think again.
His name surfaces again in a lawsuit over shoe company payments to college players. But the surprising part is the paltry sums involved.
A new report says millions of dollars in wages have been withheld from garment workers around the world by factories contracted by major fashion brands.
Juventus reimagined its look, P.S.G. partnered with Jordan Brand, and now Arsenal and Inter Milan are following suit. But soccer’s interest in design has little to do with the sport.
Major clothing brands that rely on the Chinese market are caught in a bind as Beijing and the West harden their stances on the crackdown on Xinjiang.
How an assistant apparel designer at Adidas came to lead daily protests against her employer’s handling of race.
More than 190 organizations have come together to demand an end to garments made by forced labor in China.
Karen Parkin oversaw human resources for the sports apparel giant, which has faced criticism from employees who say it fosters a racist and discriminatory workplace.
Corporate America has pledged millions to social justice efforts since the killing of George Floyd. But some businesses have gone further, committing to concrete changes in their practices.
What started as a renewed push for police reform has now touched seemingly every aspect of American life.
The company, which relies on young black consumers, released an anti-racism statement on social media but shut its U.S. outlets because of protests across the country.
Major companies are often wary of conflict, especially in a polarized time. But some are now taking a stand on racial injustice and police violence.