Lee Jeans’ spring collections for Riders by Lee and Crafted by Lee offer complete outfit concepts and an array of plus-size styles.
The teen retailer posted 11 consecutive quarters of comparable-store sales gains.
G-Star’s latest denim product is made of 100 percent organic cotton and manufactured via the “cleanest indigo dyeing process in the world.”
As Calik Denim celebrates its 30-year anniversary, the brand talks to WWD about its heritage and how the brand’s identity evolved over time.
At Kingpins New York, trends point to “lounge leisure” and gauzy denim looks.
The Nineties are still going strong, but experts also attribute a fresh, contemporary shift in the category to the social-media-native generation.
Denim brands Wrangler, Lee and the Wal-Mart Foundation invested in the new dyeing process owned by Indigo Mill Designs.
Industry members reflect on the closure of the storied White Oak Mill in Greensboro, N.C.
The White Oak mill will cease operations effective Dec. 31, marking the end of an era.
The perfume and beauty chain moved through its bankruptcy at a rare clip.
The approval paves the way for True Religion’s exit from bankruptcy court proceedings.
The Nineties influenced Belgians Filles à Papa and Angelenos Jean Atelier, while innovation was key for MYR and Closed x François Girbaud.
The two-day festival was a shopping event held at New York’s Metropolitan Pavilion on Sept. 30 through Oct. 1.