Now into its third season, “R” designer Robert Stock has come out with his best-ever menswear collection: modern designs in ultra-luxury fabrics with just the right edge and Robert’s signature touch of whimsy.
On Tuesday, January 24 at 4:30 pm at the MRket café at the Javits, MR magazine is hosting an important panel on our industry’s future.
Peerless salesman Jeff Koss shows off eclectic American style on his flight from a sales meeting in NYC back home to Florida.
New at Kroon for fall ‘17, an exciting collection of active-inspired tailored clothing that looks as great as it performs.
Rutzler, who was most recently SFAMC director of brand development, had a heart attack while visiting family in Florida over the holidays.
Of all the messages bombarding us these days on a daily basis, most seem to involve change: the need for it, the accelerated pace of it, our aversion to it, and the disastrous consequences of ignoring it.
The former owner of the great Philadelphia specialty store and a legend in the menswear business passed away on Saturday, December 17.
At its 12th annual holiday party for more than 1200 customers and friends at the Madison Avenue flagship on Tuesday night, Brooks Brothers once again displayed its generous spirit.
How is retail changing and where is it going? This was the subject of last week’s presentation at a Retail Marketing Society luncheon where marketing expert Simon Graj offered some key insights.
Despite the heavy rain, the mood was festive, with fabulous New Orleans-style cuisine and cocktails, and many creatively dressed guys.
The West Palm Beach, Florida-based neckwear maven died on November 22 after a heart attack. He was 66.
The luxury retailer’s showplace on East Houston Street remains the ultimate spot for cool and creative men to shop and hang out.
Well-respected Virginia Beach retailer Dan Ryan shows off the perfect-fitting suit his team just made for George Bell, the Guinness Book of Records world’s tallest man with a height of 7 feet 8 inches.
Rothmans’ CEO Ken Giddon sees much value in the collaboration that comes with doing pop-up shops, no matter how much business is done.
Here, MR chats with Suitsupply founder and CEO Fokke de Jong and VP Nish de Gruiter about their new store opening in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Russell Simmons is a happy guy. After building his Argyleculture brand in Macy’s, the hip-hop legend and clothing designer is now growing it big-time with JCPenney.
It was an emotional evening last night as Dignity U Wear communicated its mission at their annual fundraiser at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Manhattan.
Here, we chat with Maná’s drummer, Alex González, about the rock-fashion connection and their new collection.
Even hot designers have to schlep their own bags. Just ask Todd Snyder.