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Study Cites U.S. Re-shoring Drive

The overall re-shoring of U.S. manufacturing may have taken a step back in 2014, but the apparel industry bucked the trend.

International Council of Shopping Centers, William Taubman, Taubman Centers, ICSC, retail, real estate, development,

ICSC Tackles Changing Landscape

Bankruptcies and digital innovation were the key topics of discussion at the International Council of Shopping Centers New York/National Deal Making exhibition.

PowaTag, Powa Technologies, 2(x)ist, mobile, holiday, billboards

PowaTag Digi-Shop Billboards Land in NYC

The mobile commerce scanning application has partnered with 2(x)ist to create virtual stores this holiday season.

celebrity deal, George Clooney, Taylor Swift, Eddie Redmayne, Ellen DeGeneres, J. Christopher Burch, Burch Creative, David Beckham, Carrie Underwood, Melissa McCarthy,

And the Next Celebrity Deal Goes to...

WWD asked industry executives who in the worlds of celebrity, music and sports is ripe for a major apparel deal.

tag heuer, lvmh, stephane linder, jean claude biver, hublot, zenith

Tag Heuer Mulls New Direction

The Swiss watchmaker capped a bumpy year with the announcement last week that Stéphane Linder had resigned as president and chief executive officer.

Pambianco Study: Armani, Zegna, Dolce & Gabbana Best Suited for IPOs

Investors thirsty for a piece of Italian fashion could have many enticing options if only Italy’s entrepreneurs were a bit less averse to the stock market.

Brooks Brothers to Celebrate St. Jude's on Both Coasts

Brooks Brothers is celebrating its decadelong association with St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital by doubling down.

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Officine Panerai to Add Retail Stores

The luxury Italian watch brand, a division of Compagnie Financière Richemont, currently operates 10 stores in the U.S. and 64 around the world.

Oxford Industries, Thomas Chubb 3rd, earnings, guidance, Ben Sherman, Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer, q3, third, quarter,

Oxford Industries Cuts Guidance

All divisions but Ben Sherman registered sales increases in the third quarter, and double-digit ones at that.

Lands' End Shares Down Sharply on Lower Q3 Sales

Stocks sheds more than 10 percent as higher profits, margins fail to impress.

Men's Wearhouse Opts to Keep K&G

Having never found the right buyer, the company has removed the "for sale" sign from its K&G division.

Michael S. Jeffries, Abercrombie & Fitch, A&F, Arthur Martinez,

Jeffries Out as A&F Readies to Move On

Michael S. Jeffries' long run at Abercrombie & Fitch Co. is over.

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