As part of its year-long celebration in honor of its 20th anniversary, internationally renowned sneaker boutique and lifestyle brand Concepts is releasing a special collaboration with Italian brand Diadora.
Hugo Boss CEO Claus-Dietrich Lahrs will step down from his position, after eight years, on February 29 in light of the company’s recent weak sales in the U.S. and China.
Wisconsin-based specialty department store Kohl’s will close 18 under-performing stores in 2016, representing less than one percent of total sales. The specific locations will be announced by the end of March.
Sears Holdings Corporation has reported its revenues decreased $796 million to $7.3 billion for the fourth quarter of 2015, compared to revenues of $8.1 billion for the prior year fourth quarter.
The Fashion Fund, an Amazon unscripted series that follows the process of selecting designers for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, is now available for all Amazon customers in the U.S.
Ivy League graduates John Shi (Dartmouth ’12) and Woody Hines (Princeton ’12) always had an issue with mainstream collegiate apparel available at the typical university bookstore, so they took matters into their own hands.
Canada-based underwear brand Saxx Underwear has signed pro surfer Mark Healey to its team to assist in daily product development and design.
Men’s Wearhouse has partnered with Snapchat and rising teenage digital media star Brent Rivera to help celebrate its original ‘holiday’ National Promposal Day on Friday, March 11.
Off-price retailer The TJX Companies, Inc. has reported net sales for the fourth quarter of Fiscal 2016 increased 8 percent to $9 billion and consolidated comparable store sales increased 6 percent over last year’s 4 percent increase.
Iconix Brand Group, Inc. has appointed John N. Haugh as CEO, effective April 1. At that time, Interim CEO Peter Cuneo will transition to executive chairman of the board.
More than 70 professionals in the fashion and tech industries attended UJA-Federation of New York’s Fashion and E-Commerce Micro-Summit on Monday, February 22, in New York City.
Italian fashion house Valentino has partnered with luxury eyewear leader Luxottica Group on a new license agreement for the design, manufacture and worldwide distribution of Valentino eyewear.
Japan-based retailer Uniqlo has teamed up with Brooklyn-based pop artist KAWS on a line of new Uniqlo T-shirts (UT) that will launch this spring.
For the fourth quarter beginning November 1, 2015 and ending January 31 Hudson’s Bay Company reported a consolidated same store sales growth of 11 percent, despite the rough retail climate.
For the 52 weeks of fiscal 2015, Macy’s, Inc. sales totaled $27.079 billion, down 3.7 percent from total sales of $28.105 billion in fiscal 2014.
Columbia Sportswear Company has appointed John Christian Walbrecht to serve as president of its Mountain Hardwear brand, effective March 7.
McGregor will work closely with C&M Media on deepening and augmenting the service offering to current clients as well as on the development of growth strategies for the firm.
British menswear label Turnbull & Asser has unveiled its new Flordon Mac jacket, a reinvention of the iconic mackintosh style jacket originally introduced in the 1800’s.
Leading global retailer Trinity Limited has announced the appointment of Daniel Kearns as creative director of its British sporting brand Kent & Curwen.
Lifestyle men’s brand Frank & Oak and Los Angeles-based menswear brand CWST has joined forces to launch a limited-edition ‘Made in LA ’spring 2016 collection available now at select Frank & Oak stores across Canada and online.