Astute specialty merchants are setting themselves apart by designing their own shirts, either under private label or collaborating with brands.
Phillips-Van Heusen, the clothing conglomerate behind Donald Trump’s brand of mid-priced menswear, has joined a growing list of companies who have discontinued doing business with him. Read more at Forbes. SHARE
PVH has licensed Accutime Watch Corp. to manufacture, sell, distribute and promote men’s and boys’ watches under the Van Heusen brand in the U.S. and Canada through December 2016. “We are excited to add men’s and boys’ watches to the Van Heusen portfolio of products,” said PVH president of licensing …
Schneider comes to Kenneth Cole from PVH, where he has been group president of the Heritage Brands division since 2011.
G-III has licensed PVH’s Insignia Design Group to launch neckwear under the Vilebrequin brand.
PVH has reorganized some of its wholesale businesses, including underwear, sportswear and the Dress Furnishings Group
Izod is getting out of the retail business, closing 120 stores by the end of the year to focus on wholesale.
Mitchell Lechner, president of the Dress Furnishings Group in the Heritage Brands division at PVH, has left the company.
Mike Jerkovic, formerly of American Essentials, has been named VP of Collections at PVH Canada.
G-III Apparel Group has licensed PVH for G.H. Bass & Co. men’s sportswear.
On a high floor in PVH’s Madison Avenue headquarters, past a hallway lined with vintage Van Heusen ads and a giant collage of old fabric labels, is the corporate archive.
PVH signed a five-year deal with Authentic Brands Group for furnishings under the Hickey Freeman and Hart Schaffner Marx brands.
The mainstream tie business is much more than wide silk ties, with continued growth in unexpected places.
Danielle Mandelbaum, a former Superba and PVH executive and daughter of Superba founder Mervyn Mandelbaum, has launched a new neckwear business.
Harry Sheff: The furnishings business grows market share by going after men’s leisure time.
Harry Sheff: Shirts and ties have been evolving fast to meet the needs of a younger market.
Harry Sheff: While the buying public may not be through with plaids for the next few seasons, fashion editors have been yearning for something new, and florals patterns are among the contenders.
CARMEL VALLEY, Calif.—Luxury furnishings brand Robert Talbott is up for sale and Hampshire Group and HMX are among the bidders, according to market sources. Hampshire Group, a mid-market knitwear and sportswear manufacturer, is apparently the front runner. Sources say that talks between Robert Talbott owner Robb Talbott and PVH broke …