Herschel Supply Names John Rainnie North American Sales Manager


John Rainnie has just been named North American sales manager at Herschel Supply.

“Re-Clothe NY” Receives 2015 U.S. EPA Environmental Champion Award


“Re-Clothe NY” to be awarded with the EPA Environmental Champion Award.

Michael Crotty: Spreading the Word

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Michael Crotty, whose resume includes Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom, brings plenty of creative thinking and innovative ideas to Lord & Taylor and Hudson’s Bay.

Peter Rizzo: Brand Builder

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Lord & Taylor and Hudson’s Bay SVP of design for menʼs private brands Peter Rizzo talks about how heʼs turning Black Brown 1826 into a household name.

Pitti Immagine Uomo Announces Moschino by Jeremy Scott as Menswear Guest Designer


The Menswear Guest Designer at Pitti Uomo 88 will be Moschino, presenting the brand’s first runway show featuring men’s fashion in Italy since Jeremy Scott took over as creative director.

JackThreads Hires Tony Kretten as Creative Director of Commerce


Tony Kretten is the new creative director of commerce for JackThreads.

Holt Renfrew and Claudio Del Vecchio Among This Year’s AAFA American Image Award Honorees


The 37th Annual AAFA American Image Awards, presented by the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), honoring excellence in the footwear and apparel industry will take place on April 27.

MaryAnne Morin: Seeking the Next Level

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MaryAnne Morin, back in menswear as chief merchant of Lord & Taylor and Hudson’s Bay, is bringing a fresh and dynamic perspective to the menswear team.

The Hudson’s Bay/Lord & Taylor Menswear Team Takes Fashion Forward

Nelson Mui, Wayne Drummond, Jim Monteiro and Tom Eckrich

The menswear team at Hudson’s Bay and Lord & Taylor is taking these heritage stores into the future. Pictured from left: men’s fashion director Nelson Mui, GMM Wayne Drummond, Hudson’s Bay DMM Jim Monteiro and Lord & Taylor DMM Tom Eckrich.

Furnishings Business: Optimism Amid Challenges


Dress shirts are doing well, but neckwear is a more complicated business: down some places, up in others, and full of intriguing niche opportunities.