Men’s Retailers Remain Upbeat About Future

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Overview

Spring updates in color, silhouette and fashion attract stores at New York shows.SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Medium Rare in Beijing

Retail

Medium Rare Opens in Beijing

An offshoot of a store in Hong Kong, retailer emphasizes men’s clothing and Japanese designers.

clock July 24, 2012Debra Bruno

Human Resources

Individualized Apparel Group Promotes Four

Bob Denton has been named president of the Oxxford Clothes division, and Jay Myers has been promoted to president of IAG’s Measure Up division.

clock July 24, 2012Jean E. Palmieri

Bon-Ton's blue Stomp Out Bullying T-shirt.

Retail

Bon-Ton Fights Back Against Bullies

The retailer’s back-to-school initiative, which kicks off Aug. 1, centers around Stomp Out Bullying, a national initiative for kids and teens.

clock July 25, 2012Jean E. Palmieri

Textiles

Perry Ellis Signs Neckwear License

The firm has signed a licensing agreement with Bespoke Fashion LLC, a new company for which Danielle Mandelbaum is listed as chief executive officer.

clock July 25, 2012Jean E. Palmieri

French Connection’s jacket and Adidas Originals Blue’s T-shirt and shorts, all in cotton. Herschel Supply Co.’s case; M. Cohen bracelets; Sperry top-sider shoes.

Sportswear

Color and Novelty Spur Interest at New York Market

Men’s retailers are hoping they can continue to shake off the still-fragile economy.

clock July 26, 2012Jean E. Palmieri and David Lipke

Essentialist

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Fashion

U.S. Embassy Hosts Pop-up Shop for Haitian-American Entrepreneurs

clock May 26, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Social Studies