New York’s Fashion Week Forced to Leave Lincoln Center

New York’s Fashion Week, which has been based at Lincoln Center since 2010, will have to find a new home after February 2015.

Net-A-Porter Buys URL from

The Net-A-Porter Group has acquired some assets, including the URL, of the e-commerce site

Buckle-Down Signs Accessories Licenses with Universities


Belt and accessories manufacturer Buckle-Down has acquired a number of U.S. university licenses for its American-made web belts and wallets.

Robert Graham Licenses Shirt Avenue

Robert Graham

Robert Graham has extended its relationship with its dress shirt licensee, Shirt Avenue, to include tailored clothing and neckwear.

Gerald Storch Named CEO of Hudson’s Bay

Gerald Storch

HBC has named former Target and Toys R Us exec Jerry Storch as its new CEO.

Bread & Butter Files for Bankruptcy

Bread and Butter

Bread & Butter, the beleaguered Berlin-based trade show, has filed for bankruptcy, according to media reports.

American Apparel Officially Fires Dov Charney

American Apparel

American Apparel’s board has severed ties with Charney and named Paula Schneider as its new CEO.

Rafael Nadal is the New Face of Tommy Hilfiger


Rafael Nadal will be the brand ambassador for Tommy Hilfiger tailored clothing and underwear, beginning with the fall 2015 season.

Barbour International Launches Triumph Collection

Barbour International-Triumph-FEATURED

Barbour International is launching a new collection in collaboration with Triumph, the British motorcycle maker.

Sears CEO Speaks About Store Closings in Corporate Blog

Sears Holdings CEO Eddie Lampert spoke out about the closings of more than 200 Sears and Kmart stores in a post titled “Moving Forward” on the corporate blog yesterday. “I am proud of the work associates contribute to serve our members in all of our stores and believe that the decision to keep some of […]