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Sandro Opens Men's Store-Art Studio

The standalone men’s store, a temporary space at 145 Spring Street in Manhattan, showcases the Sandro Homme men’s collection.

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Neiman Marcus Group Boosts Capex to Update Key Stores

In the months ahead, the Dallas-based luxury retailer intends to focus on carrying out new strategies and operations.

Richemont the Latest to Feel Luxury's Chill

The luxury group missed analysts’ estimates and blamed its latest performance on currency headwinds and “subdued” demand for luxury goods worldwide.

Edward Lampert Loan Stirs Fears Over Sears

The firm's stock fell to a new 52-week low after its chairman and chief executive officer loaned the retailer $400 million.

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Changes Ahead for Bill Blass Brand

Peacock International Holdings this week named Stuart M. Goldblatt to the newly created position of president and chief operating officer of the brand.

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Scotch & Soda Names Ari Hoffman

The executive, who recently left Benetton, has been named chief executive officer of Scotch & Soda U.S.A.

British Fashion Council Pushes for 'No' Vote for Scotland

As decision day nears, both the BFC and British Vogue’s editor Alexandra Shulman are urging the fashion industry to take a stand on the referendum.

Men's Wearhouse Names Mary Beth Blake President

She will continue to report to Doug Ewert, the retailer's chief executive officer. Ewert had previously held the title of president.

Workers United Sets Cambodia Wage Campaign

The union is launching its first major global campaign for “living wages” on Wednesday.

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Brooks Bros. Goes Tropical for Spring

The retailer was inspired by the colors of the seashore, offering pinks, corals and varying shades of blue in its spring offerings.

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Sourcing Shift Seen at SpinExpo Shanghai

A desire for more niche and creative materials drove interest beyond China’s most established industry players, to the benefit of smaller exhibitors.

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