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Business

Hong Kong Loses Ralph Lauren Flagship, Braces for More Closures

Ralph Lauren quietly shuttered its two-year-old 20,000-square-foot store last week. Other brands are expected to close boutiques in a city that has lost its luster for cash-rich mainland Chinese tourists.

clock December 9, 2016Amanda Kaiser and Tiffany Ap

Beauty

WWD Beauty Inc Honors the Industry’s Best for 2016

The 15th-annual awards ceremony recognized the accomplishments of a cross section of beauty executives.

clock December 8, 2016Layla Ilchi

Business

Michael Jordan Wins Trademark Case in China

The decision could be a landmark ruling for Western brands in China.

clock December 8, 2016Nyima Pratten

Underwear Sales Heat Up In Men’s Retail

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Overview

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Financial

Hanesbrands Profits Up 31.8% in Quarter

The firm raises full-year guidance based on strong first-quarter results.

clock April 20, 2011Vicki M. Young

People

Man of the Week: Donald Trump

With a sad comb-over and an addiction to poorly executed self-tanner, Trump gets an F.

clock April 21, 2011WWD Staff

From bottom left: Papi’s modal and spandex trunk, DKNY’s cotton and spandex brief, Emporio Armani Underwear’s cotton and elastane trunk, C-IN2’s cotton trunk, Calvin Klein Steel’s nylon and elastane trunk.

Fashion Features

Men’s Innerwear Trend: Trunk Vision

In the kaleidoscopic underwear market, the trunk emerges as the key style.

clock April 21, 2011Alex Badia

2(x)ist focuses on fit, comfort and contrasting colors.

Textiles

Underwear Sales Heat Up in Men’s Retail

Forget simple white briefs: Men’s underwear has discovered fashion and technology.

clock April 21, 2011Karyn Monget

A view of the Puma store in Paris.

Business Features

Puma Opens Eco-Friendly Concept

Revamped Paris flagship features high-tech interactive elements and sustainable design.

clock April 21, 2011Katya Foreman

Christine Day

Activewear

Q&A: Christine Day, Lululemon CEO

The activewear company’s chief executive sat down with WWD to discuss how the brand can win the hearts and minds of the male consumer — and the male analyst.

clock April 21, 2011Alexandra Steigrad

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

Sen. Charles Schumer at podium with Leo Gerard of United Steelworkers.

Business

Democrats Help Launch ‘Trump Outsource Watch’

clock December 8, 2016Kristi Ellis

Social Studies