News

Men's

Destination XL Returns to Profitability in Second Quarter

Comparable store sales rose 4.6 percent at DXL stores in the second quarter.

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Condé Nast headquarters at One World Trade.

Media

Condé Nast Rumored to Consider Cost Cutting, Publisher Changes

Cuts may be coming to Condé Nast.

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Tiffany & Co.'s second-quarter profits rose despite a decline in sales.

Business

Tiffany’s Net Gains Despite 6% Sales Drop

The luxe brand focused on efficiency as it navigated a tough second quarter.

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The Markets

Stewart, Storm Lead WNBA in Jersey Sales

The Seattle Storm is the most popular team this year.

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A Sears store front.

Retail

Sales Down at Sears, But Q2 Managed to Beat Wall Street’s Estimates

The retailer has a new $300M in additional debt financing from ESL Investments.

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Business

Michael W. Kramer Named CFO at Forever 21

Kramer starts on Aug. 29.

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Retail

Burlington Stores Reports Strong 2nd Quarter

The strong results puts the offpricer in a healthy position for the fall season.

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Andrew Ross

Beauty

Estée Lauder Taps ConAgra Exec Andrew Ross as SVP

Ross will implement Lauder’s strategy, as well as lead M&A, licensing and alliance activities.

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Daniel Fletcher’s jacket and Neil Barrett’s tank top and techno pants. Dior Homme sunglasses; Damir Doma scarf; Palm Angels necklace; Pierre Hardy backpack; Valentino bracelet; Prada bracelet; Falke socks; Carven shoes.

Men's

Men’s Wear 2017 Trend: Hike Tech

Inspired by the great outdoors but fit for the urban jungle, the spring men’s collections favored technical outerwear and bright colors.

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Cottweiler

Men's

6 Men’s Brands to Watch

From London’s Cottweiler to America’s Linder, these six brands are worth watching.

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Men's

A New Generation Mashes Up West Coast Styles

More men are having fun with fashion, but perhaps none of them show more gusto than Frank Nadolny, Steven Crispin and Derrick Garcia.

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Josh Willis and Anthony de Padovane. Second/Layer mixes influences from cholos, surfers, skaters, pachucos and Giorgio Armani to create a relaxed yet elevated style.

Men's

West Coast Labels Look to L.A. Street Culture

Cholo Attitude: The distinctive L.A. street culture has influenced a variety of West Coast labels.

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