We wanted to catch-up with the tastemaker running one of the hottest luxury tailored brands around.
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It was a Who’s Who of fashion industry VIPs on Thursday night as Abbey Doneger and team celebrated 70 years of providing fashion direction and merchandising expertise to retailers and manufacturers.
Swain spent much of his career at Humphreys (belt licensee for Levis, Dockers, Columbia, etc), and then moved on to work as a sales executive for Aquarius Ltd.
After 24 years in business, they’re still going strong, outlasting their local competition.
The company also showcased some fabulous luxury leather bags for men, in keeping with the Mark Cross tradition of combining style and craftsmanship.
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It’s unusual for any one U.S. city to sustain more than one or two exceptional independent menswear stores but Memphis has at least three, each with its own distinct niche.
The industry charity that offers new clothes to 220 agency partners in the U.S. will hold its annual fundraiser in NYC at the Metropolitan Pavilion on October 26.
The Common Threads Retail Group, just back from their meeting in Montreal where they were hosted by Jack Victor and Ballin, gained a new appreciation of the production process that they can now pass on to their customers.
According to retail analysts, two factors are driving tailored clothing sales these days: customized product and exceptional in-store experience. Marc Streisand, owner of Marc Allen in Rhode Island, is a master of both.
At this fall’s Forum meeting, graciously hosted by the Levy family of Oak Hall Memphis, store owners exchanged ideas for jumpstarting sales and shared best practices.
This past August, our industry’s own Sal Giardina received the prestigious “Ragusani Nel Mondo” award, representing the USA in the field of fashion.
One of the few business schools in the country with a retailing program, seniors reported on their summer internships at stores including Ross, TJX, Burlington, Hudson’s Bay and Macy’s.
It’s not too often we get to chat with two industry giants at the same time.
Visiting my mom on Sunday at her senior living facility, I received a suggestion that we do an MR-SR edition, focusing on style preferences and shopping patterns of senior men.
Here, a few lines we saw in Vegas that provide innovative designs, increased margin, and strong partnerships with key retailers spotted on the show floor.
There’s no question that there were plenty of great collections, and items within collections, to be found at the Vegas shows last week. Here are a few of Karen’s favorites.
Why is everyone trying to imitate the direct sales concept Spencer Hays created 50 years ago? Here, what we can learn from Tom James.
Goldschmied spoke candidly about tough denim business in recent seasons and the tremendous innovations on the horizon.