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Global Brands Signs Deals For Buffalo Denim Brands

The Hong Kong-based company said it has signed a long-term licensing agreement for the Buffalo David Bitton and i Jeans by Buffalo denim brands as part of its strategy to expand its presence in the denim segment.

Mark Rosen

Levi’s Marc Rosen: Solving Real Consumer Problems for 162 Years

Identifying and responding to a specific customer need is how Levi Strauss & Co. got into the denim business in the first place — they made riveted blue jeans designed to withstand the rigors of gold mining.

Sadie Robertson from “Duck Dynasty” in the spring 2016 look book for Wild Blue Denim.

Sadie Robertson: ‘Duck Dynasty’ Style, the L.A. Look and Wild Blue Denim

As Wild Blue’s first celebrity spokesmodel, Sadie Robertson talks about embracing the L.A. look, designing the perfect homecoming dress and dishing style advice to her “Ducky Dynasty” family.

Denim Illustration

Think Tank: Denim’s Luxe Players

Denim over the past years has been a bit like Instagram in the eyes of luxury brands. At first, there was a resistance to doing it, then gradually, one by one, each embraced it.

Levi’s, Re/Done in Royalty Payment Deal for Vintage Jeans

Levi Strauss & Co. is monetizing the market for its vintage jeans.

PVH’s Calvin Klein Jeans Getting Their ‘Cool,’ and Sales, Back

CEO Emanuel Chirico sees strong progress in both men’s and women’s.


5 Brands Refreshing Men’s Denim

While NPD found sales within the men’s denim category were down by 2 percent from last year, but that hasn’t stopped brands from entering the market.

A rendering of Tiger of Sweden Jeans' pop-up in Copenhagen

Tiger of Sweden Jeans Opens Copenhagen Pop-up

The Swedish label’s first concept entirely dedicated to denim is set to debut during Copenhagen Fashion Week.

Brands and retailers looked for new takes on denim performance at the Kingpins show in New York.

Buyers Stretch Innovation Priorities at N.Y. Kingpins Show

A growing interest in stretch denim is helping move the jeans market toward investigating other performance characteristics.

Ink Inklusive

Ink Inklusive Opens in Amsterdam

The sustainable denim label uses leftover fabric from premium suppliers for collections sold at its new concept store in Amsterdam.