Brands ranging from Bruno Magli, Fossil and Casio G-Shock to Longines, Tudor and Breguet are showcasing their newest and most interesting timepieces at this world-famous watch and jewelry show.
During the January and February editions of the men’s trade shows, we saw some more great items that are all worth taking a second look at that we see moving down the slopes next season.
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.
With a new luxury line targeted to better (and best) specialty stores, separate from their more moderate collection, Beretta is certainly a brand to watch in this age of authenticity.
At the Project show last month in Las Vegas, we randomly stopped a few retailers to discover what’s on their minds and what they’re buying for fall. Here’s what we discovered.
Comfort, color, and coolness are among the watchwords for this fall’s popular trends.
We caught up with the menswear expert, now president of international consulting firm Akari Enterprises, last month in Las Vegas to gather a few insights on the industry.
David Rubenstein from Rubensteins in New Orleans wants to know what other clothing industry executives have to say about the tailored clothing market.
Department stores continue to expand into the off-price world by growing their outlet concepts. But it’s a slippery slope.
If anyone knows how to create a little excitement at retail, it’s LT Salinas of Elton’s Men’s Store at the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas.
David Katz, EVP and CMO, Randa Accessories on what he should have said to a concerned retailer he encountered while in Las Vegas.
With no major new trends driving the clothing market, retailers are expecting a decent but unexceptional season.
One of the highlights of our Vegas trips over the years has been the semi-annual dinner at Circus Circus Steakhouse hosted by retail consultant Marshall Kline and always attended by interesting industry personalities.
Todd Browne, CEO of Tom James, asks the community to join him in honoring a man who did so much for the menswear industry.
With so much to see in three days, MR’s crack editorial team – with some helpful input from various retailers – scoured the show to find the most stylish, colorful, innovative, and luxurious apparel and accessories on display.
By many industry estimates, men’s ties are about a $700 million business in the U.S., down from $1.8 billion at its peak in the 1980s, $1.2 billion in the 1990s. Not a pretty picture by any standards.
Highlights of the collection include the Pulse Elite tee, which retails for $72, and the performance short, which retails for $92 – both of which come in multiple colorways.
In the six years since Schoenberg formally co-founded Hook & Albert, he not only experienced great success, but he learned some valuable lessons that he’d like to share with any company trying to create a profitable brand.
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.