Fashion

Dior Plots Global Retail Push for Chiuri's First Collection

The initiative combines freestanding pop-ups, partnerships with key retailers and special in-store merchandising.

clock 3hJoelle Diderich and Sharon Edelson

Eye

Franca Sozzani's Mass Draws Designers, Executives in Milan

The Mass was held at the tail end of Milan Fashion Week to remember the late editor in chief of Vogue Italia, who died in December.

clock 13hLuisa Zargani and Alessandra Turra

Business

Warren Buffett Baffled by Retail

The investor praised Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and said he can’t figure out retail.

clock 3hEvan Clark

Todd Snyder to Launch Lower-Priced Line

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Overview

Peerless Clothing Co. is adding a new name to its stable of designer brands: Todd Snyder. And it might not be the only mega-apparel group to be getting behind the designer.SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Legal

Court Date Ahead for Dueling Men’s Chains

The Men’s Wearhouse Inc. and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers Inc. are due back in court on March 25 at 10 a.m.

clock February 26, 2014Vicki M. Young

Looks from the Red Fleece collection.

Retail

Brooks Bros. Targets a Younger Customer

For the first time, the retailer will offer a full Red Fleece collection for men and women, including a tailored clothing component.

clock February 27, 2014Jean E. Palmieri

A rendering of the Daniel Cremieux store in SoHo.

Retail

Daniel Cremieux Sets Retail Expansion

The French brand is planning a significant retail rollout, one that will include the opening of its first U.S. store in New York’s SoHo neighborhood.

clock February 27, 2014Jean E. Palmieri

Wool suit, cotton shirt and silk tie by Todd Snyder White Label.

Textiles

Todd Snyder to Launch Lower-Priced Line

Peerless Clothing will produce the Todd Snyder White Label collection of tailored clothing and sport coats, which will launch exclusively at Nordstrom.

clock February 27, 2014Jean E. Palmieri

Essentialist

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Spring bags from Michael Kors featured in The Walk campaign.

Business

Michael Kors Reprises ‘The Walk’ Street-Style Handbag Campaign

clock 3hLisa Lockwood

Social Studies