Describing the impact of the Marfan Foundation on her life, Murray spoke of how the organization has consistently helped her as a parent dealing with the ups and downs of this difficult disease.
He is survived by his adored daughter Nicole and literally hundreds of good friends: from his childhood, from the industry, and from daily life.
Will Leather Goods founder Bill Adler talks brand evolution and the importance of giving back.
Snyder spoke candidly about his design process, his collaborations with other brands, his NYC flagship, his e-commerce launch, the importance of the right factors, and other topics.
Bolado was known to be a kind, caring, hard-working and happy man, adored by friends and family, widely respected by his colleagues and community. He was 96.
The funds raised at the sold-out event went to a national nonprofit organization with a mission to end the stigma, suffering, secrecy, and family devastation that accompany the disease of addiction.
The Boathouse in Central Park was the perfect setting for the group’s gathering, which included award presentations to Aida O’Toole and Clay Cavender, and the naming of Prince as Hat Person of the Year.
Emceed by award-winning actor Alan Cumming, the event celebrated innovation and leadership in the apparel and footwear industries.
Topics of conversation included the precarious state of retail, the changing state of fashion journalism, and the exciting potential of technology, and more.
While most menswear vendors these days have made the decision to sell direct-to-consumer, Stantt has slowly shifted its business the other way: partnering with independent specialty stores.
PVH chairman Manny Chirico introduced Wyse, and spoke glowingly of his 30-year career at PVH, where Wyse worked his way up to president of their licensing division and mentor to many young PVH executives.
While most independent retailers of the baby boom generation are closing or selling stores as they approach retirement, Craig DeLongy of John Craig Clothiers has gone from one door to nine.
Perry Ellis International’s executive chairman and founder George Feldenkreis was honored last week at the Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU for his numerous contributions to the fashion industry.
Ryan, who will be staying at Harleys though the end of June to assist in the transition, is most grateful for the long and satisfying career he’s had.
Taylor recently chatted with MR about his lengthy career, shared some success secrets, and revealed his plans for the future.
Tony was a much-loved sales exec in the menswear industry who was adored and respected by all. Friends describe him as warm, generous, personable, charming, and always smiling.
MR’s Editor in Chief recalls sharing memories and insights with the late founder of Oxxford clothing, who passed away suddenly earlier this month.
Despite the precarious state of retail, the menswear market looked fabulous at the fall ‘17 shows, with lots of great items and collections designed to accommodate changing lifestyles, changing dress codes and changing weather patterns.
Adding to the show’s success is its charming and personable co-host: Mark’s son Jesse, a lawyer, consultant, legal analyst for Fox News and aspiring actor who adds a definite millennial perspective to the programming.
Among his many notable accomplishments, he is credited with changing the dress shirt industry by creating a new way to size sleeve lengths, thereby reducing inventory requirements.