Let it Snow!

Outerwear February 2014

Outerwear: It’s a $4 billion-plus business that has two main requisites: product innovation and cold weather.

Vegas Scene: Fall ‘14 Menswear Evolution

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Karen Alberg Grossman talks to retailers and exhibitors at the Las Vegas shows, including Tim Leamy of Sebastian’s Closet, PYA, Zanetti, Kroon, Edward Armah, You & Shirt, Baroni, Andrew J and more.

West Coast Trend Show Report

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Kelli Freeman talks to retailers at the West Coast Trend Show about their outlook, what’s been selling and key items for fall.

Guest Editorial: Reason to Believe

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Fred Rosenfeld: Although failure will be the norm and few start-ups are likely to be around next year, maybe, just maybe, that little booth in the corner will become next decade’s giant.

Attracting Young Customers Without Alienating Others

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A reader asks merchandise planning expert Steve Pruitt, “How do I keep attracting younger customers without isolating my older clientele?”

Macy’s Launching Ryan Seacrest Line

Ryan Seacrest's signature style has always included suits. Photo: Sadao Turner/Ryan Seacrest Productions

American Idol host Ryan Seacrest is launching a collection of clothing and furnishings through a deal with Randa Accessories.

Chicago, Chicago…

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Karen Alberg Grossman reports on the Chicago Collective: Enzone, RB Sewell, RB Sewell, Allsize Company, Paul Betenly, Report Collection, Ross Graison, Marcus Evans, Mine Apparel and Saxx.

Acquiring Minds Want to Know

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With their largest shareholder backing their $1.6 billion offer for Jos. A. Bank, it’s not business as usual for Men’s Wearhouse CEO Doug Ewert.

Modern Interpretation

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Haspel, a brand known for its seersucker suits, is back with a contemporary collection designed by Shipley & Halmos for 2014.

Shaq Attack!

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Shaquille O’Neal, who’s launching a collection of tailored clothing made by Peerless for Macy’s, is as much a class act as a slam dunk. By Karen Alberg Grossman