Ulta Profits Climb 34%

Ulta Beauty said its net income was $66.9 million, or $1.04 a diluted share, compared with $50 million, or 77 cents, in the year-ago period.

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Liberty & Justice Launching Uniform to Dress Students in Liberia

Brand will donate one school uniform to a child in Liberia for every T-shirt the company sells.

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J.B. Ivey and Co. department store


Retailer George Melvin Ivey Jr. is Dead at 91

Ivey, who held the titles of director, president, and chairman of J.B. Ivey & Company and Ivey Properties Co., favored high end women’s and men’s clothing.

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Abercrombie & Fitch ended its shareholder rights plan, or poison pill.


Abercrombie & Fitch Aims to Skew Older, Bring Back Logos

The stereotypical teen retailer is now aiming at college-aged kids — and wants to bring back more logos.

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Ferragamo campaign


Salvatore Ferragamo Launches Campaign to Celebrate Made-to-Order Service

This is the second installment of its online series “A Man’s Story.”

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PacSun pop-up store in Soho.


PacSun Narrows Loss on Stronger Margins

Pacific Sunwear of California Inc. narrowed its loss in the first quarter on declining sales.

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Band of Outsiders, Instagram


Band of Outsiders New York Store To Close

A Band of Outsiders sales associate tells WWD that the brand's SoHo boutique will close at the end of June, and confirmed reports that the label will not produce its fall collection.

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True Cost Premiere


‘The True Cost’ Premieres in London

The documentary, which examines the ethics of the garment industry, is set for release Friday.

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Scent Show Opens in Paris’ Palais-Royal

The exhibition, which runs through June 14, was conceived to give a holistic account of fragrance.

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‘Made In’ Legislation Stalls in Europe

Germany, the U.K., and Ireland lead opposition, while Italy and France push for tougher rules.

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