Jim Zimmer Retires from Men’s Wearhouse

Jim Zimmer in 2011

Jim Zimmer, the colorful Men’s Wearhouse tailored clothing buyer and brother to founder George Zimmer, has retired after nearly 40 years with the retailer.

Looking as Good as They Play

Weiss and Goldring

Weiss & Goldring had the honor of outfitting the U.S. team in this year’s Presidents Cup golf tournament.

Obituary: Seymour Landau

Seymour Landau

Seymour Landau, a former menswear executive who worked for Peerless, Hartmarx and Bidermann, has died.

DRx Launches Coca-Cola Collection

Coca-Cola by DRx

Coca-Cola’s 200-piece capsule collection designed by Dr. Romanelli will be sold at Opening Ceremony, Colette, United Arrows and other stores.

A Boyds Legend Retires

Howard Eisenberg and Ken Gushner

Boyds Philadelphia’s longest-working salesman—48-year veteran Howard Eisenberg—retired earlier this month.

Customers Accuse Barneys Flagship, NYPD of Racial Profiling

Barneys is fending off accusations of racial profiling at its Manhattan flagship store after two incidents involving young black customers earlier this year became public.

Kohl’s Stores to Open at 8pm on Thanksgiving


Kohl’s joins Macy’s and JCPenney in opening at 8pm on Thanksgiving this year.

Samuelsohn Completes Hickey Freeman Deal

Arnold Silverstone

Samuelsohn president Arnold Brant Silverstone says the company has “aggressive growth plans” for Hickey Freeman.

Robert Vance Reopens in Deerfield, Ill.

Jack Shniderman, center, and his staff

Robert Vance has re-opened its doors in Deerfield Square, an upscale shopping center about 25 miles north of Chicago.

Will Leather Goods Opening Portland Store

Will Leather Goods Portland Store-1

Will Leather Goods is opening a 1,600 sq. ft. shop in Portland, Oregon near its home base in Eugene this week.