2011 Men’s Wear Industry CEO Summit
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Phillips-Van Heusen’s ceo Emanuel Chirico emphasized the importance of doing due diligence in any transaction.
Asian markets are key to Coach’s plans to grow its men’s business.
The men’s wear shopper is back, but the recession has changed him.
Trey Laird of Laird + Partners, Alex Gonzalez of AR New York and James Gardner of Createthe Group talked brand building, both online and in traditional media.
Bonobos founder Andy Dunn didn’t follow the usual channels to launch his men’s wear label.
Gilt Man’s goal is nothing short of total domination.
According to a survey of 135 ceos and presidents, the biggest concern expressed was talent acquisition and development.
A panel of retailers and designers discussed the benefits of what’s become a burgeoning, industry-wide strategy.
Doug Williams and Joseph Abboud shared the story of how they rebuilt the Hartmarx business.
It looks as though Net-a-Porter’s new men’s wear Web site is going to be a popular guy.
Josh Rosen’s SoHo shop taps into an urbanite surf culture.
Esquire plans to provide its editorial expertise to Clad.com, a new men’s style and e-commerce site owned by J.C. Penney.
Robert Hanson discusses denim giant’s initiatives, both global and local.
Umberto Angeloni, partner and ceo of Caruso SpA, addresses how consumer behavior has changed in the wake of the recession.
Austin Lally, global vice president and franchise leader of Gillette, offers insights to the brand’s success.
Matthew Willcox of the Draftfcb Institute of Decision Making gives marketers a leg up.