Sportswear: Blurred Lines

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Elise Diamantini talks to East Dane, Von Maur and Rothmans about the merging of contemporary and traditional sportswear.

Sportswear: Consumer Fatigue?

Brunello Cucinelli

While the bigger gains are coming from tailored clothing, sportswear is still what most guys wear most often. By William Buckley

Sportswear: softer, brighter, slimmer

Scott James

Jillian LaRochelle: Sportswear continues to drive business at better specialty retailers.

Mister clean

Tommy Bahama sunglasses, Report Collection shirt, Tommy Hilfiger bow tie, Corbin pants.

John Jones: Sport shirts may be too simple for their own good.

Catching up with John Bartlett


John Jones talks to designer John Bartlett about his collections at Bon-Ton and his dog rescue charity.

Sportswear: Slim chance


John Jones: Knits, slim-fits and items drive sportswear business.

Running the Number:Lab

Number Lab Store

John Jones: Luis Fernandez started Number:Lab in 2005 as a colorful T-shirt collection with a minimalist graphic sensibility while he was still working as an architect.

Equilibrio Pursues Patent on “Motion D” Technology

An Equilibrio "Motion D" style for fall 2012

John Jones: Equilibrio introduced a proprietary patent-pending design dubbed “Motion D” during the New York menswear market.

Sportswear Report: Knitting patterns

George Zaharoff sportcoat, Sal Cesarani tie, Agave shirt, Raffi linea uomo sweater.

Based on what retailed during the fall 2010 season, knitwear manufacturers are banking on novelty sweaters with retro styling to ride the pendulum swing from woven to knitwear into the fall 2011 season. “We sold sweaters early,” says Durand Guion at Macy’s. “Chunkier, loftier pieces with interesting design—shawl collars and metal buttons, all in the […]