Cold weather helped, but innovative product, lighter weights and value made for a successful season. A bit less price-cutting would improve the bottom line.
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There is an unfortunate irony to the men’s accessories business: although generally an afterthought, it is nonetheless among the most profitable categories in the division.
While there was no dominant new item or trend at last week’s menswear shows to revolutionize the business, many fall ’16 offerings at MRket were in fact quite fabulous and merchants who don’t play it too safe should be in for a stellar season.
Joining Fred Derring, Virginia Sandquist and Krystal Nicolo in the DLS office, Jerry Park has officially moved from Atlanta to New York City to start his new position at the company.
After 35 years at DLS, industry veteran Lee Leonard has announced his retirement, effective of May 1st. “I want to climb another mountain,” says Leonard (talking figuratively, not literally). “And spend time doing other things I love, including acting, travel, working on my homes in Manhattan and Long Beach. I …
Lee Leonard of DLS Outfitters talks about a trip that American retailers took to Prato, Italy to learn about Italian knitwear and accessories brands.
Warm weather hasn’t stopped most retailers from being optimistic about the tailored outerwear business.