Bulova Moving Headquarters to Empire State Building

Bulova

Watchmaker Bulova is moving from Woodside, Queens to a 33,214 sq. ft. space in the Empire State Building.

Cotton Prices Set for Five-Year Low

Cotton

Cotton prices are set to hit a five-year low in the U.S. as ending stock levels climb to their highest level since 2008/9, according to the the latest forecasts.

Hampshire Inks Global Dockers Deal with Levi’s

Hampshire Group

Hampshire is extending its North American relationship with Dockers to a global one.

Commerce Dept: June Apparel Retail Sales Gain Momentum

igns that U.S. consumers are becoming confident with spending are being reinforced by an increase in retail sales — which includes gains at apparel stores.

Organizations In Canada Call for Antibacterial Agents Ban

Two chemicals commonly used as antibacterial agents in a wide range of consumer products, including apparel, should be banned, say two Canadian groups.

Fred Segal Expanding to Tokyo, Las Vegas

Fred Segal's new CEO Paul Blum

Fred Segal will open in Las Vegas in August and in Tokyo in spring 2015.

Sunny Diego Rejoins Saks as Men’s Sportswear DMM

Saks Fifth Avenue

Sunny Diego, who spent 18 years at Saks, returned as VP and DMM for men’s sportswear.

Wolverine Worldwide to Close 140 Stores

Wolverine World Wide

Wolverine Worldwide plans to close 140 stores as part of a strategic realignment plan.

Abercrombie & Fitch Refinancing Viewed Positively

Abercrombie & Fitch

Refinancing plans from Abercrombie & Fitch could improve business stability.

CIT: Successful Retailers Rethinking Business Models

A report from CIT Corporate Finance says retailers in the post-recession era have adapted their business models to remain relevant.