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Tadashi Yanai is one of the most accomplished billionaire businessmen in the world. The established Japanese business typhoon is known for his stupendous contribution to the Japanese fashion industry, with his multinational retail holding company ‘Fast Retailing’ setting a benchmark for sheer popularity and presence in the fashion domain on a global scale. Yanai’s passionate outlook on...
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Russell Investments Group Ltd. increased its stake in Canada Goose Holdings Inc. (NYSE:GOOS – Get Rating) by 95.5% during the fourth quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the SEC. The firm owned 27,177 shares of the company’s stock after purchasing an additional 13,275 shares during the quarter. Russell Investments Group Ltd.’s...
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Elsa Klensch, a pioneer television fashion journalist, died on Friday, March 4th at 92 years old. CNN, the network that broadcast “Style with Elsa Klensch” for two decades reported that the native of Sydney, Australia, began her career in London in the 1960s, but by 1980 she’d joined CNN to host and produce the show...
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How can retailers ensure increased sales and profits in today’s precarious economy? Here, we catch up with digital guru Robby Yarbrough to weigh in. A graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, Robby mailed his first catalog in 1986, which became Phoenix Big & Tall that was ultimately sold to Edison Brothers where Robby stayed for...
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The Dallas Men’s Show, held January 29-31, featured more than 700 brands and welcomed hundreds of buyers from across the country. The trade event, triple the size of previous winter editions, attracted buyers from 35 states. Attendance was up significantly versus pre-pandemic shows, including an expanding number of buyers from the Southeast and Upper Midwest...
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Over the next four days MR will be taking a look at the outerwear business – where it’s currently at, where it’s going and who is buying and wearing coats and jackets that are dressy, technical or perhaps a combination of the two. Nobis The new normal? Anecdotal evidence shows that the pandemic and supply-chain...
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Online retailer Stitch Fix has released its inaugural Style Forecast that reveals key trends for 2022, including “Business Comfort” as the new workwear category, growth in versatile athleisure styles, bold colors and patterns and the resurgence of categories such as jeans. The report also highlights frustrations people have with traditional online shopping, like not knowing...
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This Wednesday, December 15th, Levi’s is again teaming up with Bentgablenits on a new Fall/Winter 2021 collection of hand-embellished, unisex, vintage Levi’s 501s and Trucker jackets.  The Levi’s x Bentgablenits f/w 2022 collection includes one-of-a-kind vintage 501s and Trucker jackets and features hand-dyed and hand-sewn floral embellishments made with vintage fabric. Two special-edition colorways—one indigo...
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L.B.M. 1911 has launched its new online men’s style destination, lbm1911.com. The brand’s new e-commerce site comes as part of an evolution of L.B.M. 1911’s digital presence. The new online shop remains authentic to the aesthetics and values ​​of the brand, keeping simplicity and ease of use at the forefront of the design. This approach...
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Bianca Saunders presented her spring/summer 2022 collection, which looks to the easy, unselfconscious style of summers before digital photography existed. As always, at the heart of Saunders’s work is experimentation in cutting, evolving, and perfecting patterns as well as introducing fresh ideas. This collection is Saunders’s first since winning the prestigious ANDAM award for 2021,...
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