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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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Levison Wood in the Clinique for Men #behindtheface campaign.

Beauty

Clinique for Men Squads Up With New Global Campaign

The brand has tapped Daniel Dae Kim and Levison Wood as global influencers for its #behindtheface campaign.

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The Canadian fashion industry hopes that Toronto Fashion Week can be revived in some form following IMG's decision to pull out.

Retail

Uniqlo Set to Enter Canada with Two Toronto Stores

The Japanese fast-fashion chain, owned by Fast Retailing, will enter its 18th geographic market this fall.

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As part of its holiday assortment, Saks is selling a Martone Cycle Co. bicycle.

Retail

Bruised by Christmas 2015, Stores Cautiously Shift Assortments for Next Holiday Season

Inventories are being kept tight in hope of increasing full-price selling and reducing markdowns.

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