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TJX Eschews U.S. Port Delays

The company reported bottom-line results that matched analysts’ expectations for the third quarter despite revenues that fell short of estimates.

Europe's Luxury Sector Enters Subdued Era

Bernstein Research predicts mid single-digit growth through 2018.

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U.S. Cold Snap Deepens Concerns Over Holiday

The coldest temperatures since the winter of 2013 blew through the Northeast and Midwest last weekend.

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Turning Sustainability From Burden to Asset

The concept of sustainability is evolving from a cost burden to manufacturers already under severe price pressures to a way of becoming more efficient.

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As Myanmar Performs, Apparel Production Grows

A new factory in a duty-free industrial zone an hour outside of Yangon is the first of two plants to be opened by Prosperity Knitwear Myanmar Ltd..

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Urban Outfitters' Profits Decline Sharply in Q3

Negative comparable-store sales trends impacted results in the period.

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Nautica Names Steve McSween New Head of Men's

On Friday, Chris Cox resigned as vice president of design and creative, effective immediately.

America, luxury, Saint Laurent, Moncler, Brunello Cucinelli, Hermès, Gucci, Hermes, luxury spending, retail, consumer spending, China, Europe, earnings, Fondazione Altagamma,

The United States of Luxury

With the Chinese market cooling and Europe in the doldrums, the U.S. is looking more like the luxury El Dorado it used to be.

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Italia Independent Lands in NYC

The company's first stand-alone store in the U.S. is an 850-square-foot flagship in New York’s SoHo neighborhood.

Perry Ellis Shares Rise on Sale Talks

Shares rose nearly 2.8 percent to $23.58 as talks about a possible sale resurfaced on Friday.

Joe's Jeans Defaults on Term Loan

The denim company is seeking adjustments and waivers with Garrison Loan Agency, CIT.

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Sandbridge Buys Minority Stake in Rossignol

The investment firm’s managing partner David Fife will chair a new subsidiary that will focus on building the ski business a fashion arm based in Milan.

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