U.S. Women Soccer Players


Weighing the Marketability of Carli Lloyd and U.S. Women Soccer Players

After their Women's World Cup win, Carli Lloyd and her teammates are posed to be breakout stars.

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Hugo Boss Going Fur-Free

The brand will stop using fur beginning in fall 2016.

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Tommy Hilfiger Taps Abdel El Hamri

Tommy Hilfiger Corp. has named Abdel El Hamri senior vice president, marketing and communications, the Americas.

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Burt Shavitz


Burt Shavitz, Cofounder of Burt’s Bees, Dies at 80

Burt Shavitz, a cofounder of Burt's Bees and a pioneer of the eco-conscious beauty industry, died on Sunday in Maine of respiratory complications. He was 80 years old.

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Greece is the Word as Fashion Equities React

Greece’s refusal to accept the bailout terms proposed by its creditors in a referendum on Sunday forced all of Europe’s and Asia's major markets — with the exception of Shanghai — down on Monday.

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Sean Baker


Sean Baker on ‘Tangerine,’ Caitlyn Jenner and iPhone Filmmaking

The raucous dramedy about two trans sex workers in downtown Los Angeles arrives in theaters Friday.

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Express in Times Square.


Perry Pericleous Promoted to Chief Financial Officer of Express

Succeeds Paul Dascoli, who has left the firm, and reports to Matthew Moellering, chief operating officer.

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Seritage Shares Rise as Trading Begins

Rights offering raises $1.6 billion to be applied to real estate purchases from Sears.

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The Markets

DSTLD Plans Category Expansion

The company, which nabbed $4.4 million in seed funding last year, just began selling men’s and women’s aviator sunglasses for $105.

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J. Press


J. Press York Street Line to be Discontinued

The line will be renamed J. Press Blue and will retain its younger aesthetic.

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