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Stefano Pilati Takes to Instagram Stories as He Mulls New Brand

clock June 23, 2017Samantha Conti

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Kris Van Assche Marks 10 Years at Dior Homme

clock June 23, 2017Joelle Diderich

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Chanel's Mademoiselle Privé Exhibit Opens in Seoul

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Copyright 2017 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed without permission.Mandatory Credit: Photo by Julio Cortez/AP/REX/Shutterstock (8450710f)A pedestrian walks in front of the entrance to the Whole Foods supermarket during its grand opening, in Newark, N.J. Whole Foods anchors the renovated Hahne's building, which opened a month earlier after being closed for 30 yearsSupermarket, Newark, USA - 01 Mar 2017

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Buying the Future: Amazon, Wal-Mart Battle for Supremacy

Amazon and Whole Foods, Wal-Mart and Bonobos: retailer’s largest rivals are getting out their checkbooks.

clock June 19, 2017Evan Clark and Sharon Edelson

Andy DunnBonobos: Spring/Summer 2017 Presentation, La Sirena, New York, USA - 27 Sep 2016

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Wal-Mart Scoops Up Bonobos, Andy Dunn To Lead Digital Brands

The $310 million deal has been in the works for months.

clock June 16, 2017Kali Hays

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European Stock Markets Edge Up

Retail and luxury stocks were also mostly on the rise Friday morning.

clock June 16, 2017Lorelei Marfil

The sun shines through flags on the facade of Saks flagship store on New York's Fifth Avenue, . Saks Inc. agreed to sell itself to Hudson's Bay Co., the Canadian parent of upscale retailer Lord & Taylor, for about $2.4 billion in a deal that will bring luxury to more North American localesSaks Acquisition, New York, USA

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Hudson’s Bay Credit Rating Cut by Moody’s

The rating agency pointed to the company’s “significant debt burden” and its nature as a department store in the downgrade.

clock June 15, 2017Evan Clark

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Financial

Estée Lauder Invests in Deciem

The business makes skin-care lines The Ordinary and Niod.

clock June 15, 2017Allison Collins

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Nike Altering Global Footprint, Cutting Workforce

The moves are part of a new consumer “offense,” which plans a number of changes for Nike’s presence in major cities.

clock June 15, 2017Kali Hays

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European Stock Markets Dip

Retail and luxury stocks were also mostly down in mid-morning trading on Thursday.

clock June 15, 2017Lorelei Marfil

An H&M store in Tokyo.

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H&M Sales Rise 10% in Second Quarter

The Swedish fast-fashion retailer said sales growth slowed to 4 percent in June after a difficult start to the month.

clock June 15, 2017Joelle Diderich

In this March 24, 2014 photo, a pedestrian passes a J.Crew store in the Shadyside shopping district of Pittsburgh. The Commerce Department reports on retail sales for March onRetail Sales, Pittsburgh, USA

Financial

S&P Sees Default in J. Crew Exchange Offer, Investors Bullish

But Moody’s warns that the company will have to carry a heavy debt load even if the offer and term-loan adjustment goes through.

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Global Brands Group Aims for $5B in Sales by 2020

The company expects its growth to come organically and from new licenses.

clock June 14, 2017Kate Whitehead

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Financial

Retail Sales Fall in May, but Apparel Sees a Boost

It’s the second month sales in apparel have grown.

clock June 14, 2017Kali Hays

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Europe’s Stock Markets Gain Ground

Retail and luxury stocks were mostly up in mid-morning trading on Wednesday.

clock June 14, 2017Samantha Conti

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Inditex Net Profit Rises 18% in Q1

The Spanish retail giant’s sales gained 14 percent in the three months ended April 30.

clock June 14, 2017Jennifer Weil and Joelle Diderich

Backstage at Mulberry RTW Spring 2017

Financial

Mulberry Profits Climb 85.8% in FY

Revenue at the company was up 7.8 percent in the 12 months to March 31.

clock June 14, 2017Samantha Conti

Pedestrians walk past a branch of the lingerie shop, Agent Provocateur in central London, Britain, 03 March 2017. British media report Agent Provocateur, which has 10 stores in the UK and employs 600 people has been bought by a firm linked to British businessman, Mike Ashley, the owner of Sports Direct.Agent Provocateur in London, United Kingdom - 03 Mar 2017

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Agent Provocateur Pushes OK of $1.1M Sale of U.S. Assets

The lingerie brand is hoping to close a deal with a Four Holdings affiliate.

clock June 13, 2017Kali Hays

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