Men’s Wearhouse vice chairman David Edwab announced that he will retire from his executive position with the company but remain vice chairman.
About Harry Sheff
Web Editor Harry Sheff also covers the furnishings and men’s grooming markets for MR Magazine. He is a native of St. Paul, Minnesota and although he has lived in Brooklyn, New York for five years, he still hasn’t lost his quaint Midwestern patois. His first memories of the menswear business come from the long defunct Sims Ltd. in downtown Minneapolis, where his father bought suits in the 1980’s. He is an avid home bartender and collector of men’s colognes, two subjects he blogs about in his spare time.
Southern Tide will be opening branded shops in several of its best accounts this year, including Country Club Prep in Charlottesville, Va. and Byron in Kansas City.
TJX CEO Carol Meyrowitz said that T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, HomeGoods and Sierra Trading Post workers would begin making at least $9 an hour in June.
The mobile wallet, launched with help from Capital One, will let Neiman Marcus shoppers make in-store purchases without a physical credit card present.
The largest mall in the country was named in a video released by terrorists, says Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson.
From the end of the “merchant prince” era of department stores to the birth of Target, the dawn of the Walmart age to the Macy’s takeover and the present luxury boom, we track the last 25 years of retail.
Schneider comes to Kenneth Cole from PVH, where he has been group president of the Heritage Brands division since 2011.
Jason Cater has been named VP of design and merchandising at Peter Millar’s Peter Millar Collection division.
Whitney Hunter and Andy Gathings of Salence Outerwear have won Fashion Group International’s Rising Star Award for menswear.