Karen Alberg Grossman: Wednesday night’s holiday party at Brooks Brothers’ Madison Avenue flagship, benefitting St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, was nothing short of magical.
Blueprint 5, with 1,200 sq. ft. of selling space designed by BKLYN Dry Goods, features a mix of better contemporary and classic brands.
Karen Alberg Grossman: Countess Mara neckwear has always had a history of compelling advertising and Randa Accessories wants to ensure that the legacy lives on.
A reader asks merchandise planning expert Steve Pruitt, “Do I run the chance of missing sales by not landing all my seasonal inventory early?”
Vicki Vasilopoulos’s documentary film about three Italian master tailors, “Men of the Cloth,” will premiere in New York in January.
Boston Traders hosted a party for senior executives from Macy’s and other retailers at the Skylark in New York, in honor of Paul Rosengard’s 55th birthday.
Karen Alberg Grossman: In an ultimate show of customer loyalty, Daniel Wickman bought his favorite men’s apparel store when he learned owner Steve Van Vuren had plans to retire.
Huddersfield Fine Worsteds are clothing fabrics with a rich heritage that are an essential component of the Gladson collections of custom clothing design options.
“I dress both sides of the aisle,” Martin Greenfield told ABC’s David Wright, showing off a suit he was making for President Obama during a tour of his famous Brooklyn clothing factory.
William Buckley takes a look at the fashion direction of Ermenegildo Zegna Couture for spring/summer 2015.