The iconic 1990s brand known for its broad-legged bottoms has risen from the (g)rave.
Preview MR’s latest (and totally redesigned!) print edition.
MR Editor-in-Chief Karen Alberg talks to Craig DeLongy about the sunny success of his John Craig chain of stores.
It was a heart-warming luncheon, as always, but also a record-breaking one as this year’s event (the 74th) on June 18 raised $1.3 million, a 40% increase over the previous record, to benefit Save the Children.
Karen Alberg Grossman shares marketing tips from two experts who spoke at a recent Arts and Initiatives conference in NYC: Pam Danziger on Millennials and Peter Hubbell on Baby Boomers.
Hunter started his career at Pierre Cardin in its heyday, then moved upscale to Giorgio Armani. For his last ten years in the industry, he was VP of sales at Tombolini.
Karen Alberg Grossman sat in on student presentations for Sal Giardina’s Textile Marketing Strategy class at FIT and saw outerwear that recharges batteries, eco-conscious infant apparel, bandages made from the collagen in fish skin and more.
Always special and often emotional, this year’s Mother’s Day luncheon added a good dose of humor to the annual event. The honorees talked about the challenges of balancing work and parenting, the wisdom they gleaned from their own mothers, what they hope to impart to their children and what it …
Karen Alberg Grossman moderated a retailer panel discussion about challenges, opportunities and change in the specialty store business at the NW Buyers show in Bloomington, Minn. Let’s start with an overall assessment of current business and how it’s changing. Ronnie Brown, Ronnie’s Menswear: I’m not a technology person; thank goodness …
From childhood, Liz Rodbell knew that fashion was her destiny. After working on the selling floor at Albert Steiger in Springfield, Mass. during high school and earning a degree in merchandising from Wood Tobé-Coburn in New York City, she started out in the executive training program at A&S, soon moving …
Former CEO of PVH and LVMH, Mark Weber shares some insider secrets in his new book. You’ve just published Always in Fashion: why this book, why now? I’m a storyteller. When my boys were small and they’d ask questions, I’d never give them a simple answer. I’d make them look …
The stars are aligned for some unprecedented growth in menswear As this endless winter gradually melts into spring and we in the Northeast can finally venture outdoors without layers of hats, scarves, sweaters (and those ubiquitous quilted jackets), I’m feeling much positive energy in the more temperate air. Although too …
Robin Lewis and Fashion Group International hosted experts from Bloomingdale’s, Brooks Brothers, Lectra and RetailNext for a panel discussion about fashion and technology. By Karen Alberg Grossman
Karen Alberg Grossman picks some highlights from the Las Vegas trade shows, including socks from Per Pedes, knit sportcoats from brands like Bespoken, shoes from Bugatchi and more.
Karen Alberg Grossman: Our vote for Coolest Kid goes to Manassah Armah, who obviously picked up a tip or two from his dad, neckwear and accessories designer Edward Armah.
Zipway, an athletic wear brand based on an improved zipper technology, held a press conference hosted by 1994 NBA All Stars John Starks and Charles Oakley.
Karen Alberg Grossman and Stu Nifoussi reminisce about the last 25 years leading MR, talking about their strengths, their weaknesses and the time a retailer’s UPS guy won our underwear model contest.
Meet 25 of the industry executives who inspire us, entertain us and make us better. Including Ralph Lauren, menswear PR phenom Erin Hawker, clothing legend Ronny Wurtzburger and more.
“Oh to be young and unafraid and not know what you don’t know…” Karen Alberg Grossman reflects on 25 years of MR Magazine.
By adding a line to their company banner at a trade show booth — “knitted sport shirt company” — Left Coast Tee suddenly did a whole lot of new business.
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