Teddy Stratford is a new collection based on a great item with an interesting backstory.
For spring ’16, major menswear trends include soft lightweight fabrics, Mediterranean-inspired colors, sheer fabrics, featherweight denim, lots of linen and soft, sexy sweaters.
The event was a fabulous tribute to the 100th anniversary of the superstar’s birth.
Karen Alberg Grossman pops a peek at the latest Perry Ellis collection.
MR’s Editor-in-Chief Karen Alberg Grossman is mad for the new collection.
Twenty YMA scholars received invaluable career advice from Peerless president Ronny Wurtzburger, Macy’s chief innovation officer Peter Sachse and Macy’s CMO Tim Baxter this morning.
Our Most Innovative Game Changer discusses his company’s past and future.
Zegna, the world’s largest men’s clothing brand and therefore our Most Influential Game Changer, continues to influence how men dress.
Cerebral, spiritual, philosophical and generous, Brunello Cucinelli, our Most Inspirational Game Changer, has built the most imitated collection in the luxury market.
Despite its conservative heritage, Nordstrom, our Retailer of the Decade, has evolved into a fashion leader, risk taker and true retail innovator.
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 …