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Aéropostale Links With Cotton Incorporated for Cotton Shop

Aéropostale and the Cotton group celebrate, quietly, at the Firefly Music Festival's Thicket Silent Disco.

Natalie Levy Promoted to CEO of SPARC Lifestyle Group

She oversees Aéropostale, Nautica and Lucky Brand.

Aéropostale to Step Out of the Shadows for Back-to-school

The retailer has updated its assortment and messaging to appeal to a Gen Z consumer.

Marc Miller Offers a Peek Into the Inner Workings of SPARC

The venture between Simon Property Group and Authentic Brands Group operates Brooks Brothers, Nautica…

Aéropostale Expands Footprint in Turkey With Boyner Department Store

The multiyear license agreement calls for 60 Aéropostale retail locations in Turkey this year and 95…

Fine Jewelry Options Now Available for Marilyn Monroe Brand

ABG is working on a unisex capsule line for Aéropostale for holiday; expanding Frye into apparel and showing…

Sabrina Carpenter — Fashion Collaborator

The capsule collection has 25 stockkeeping units and will be available on April 8.

IHL Group to Produce and Distribute Aéropostale Intimates

The teen retailer will distribute its intimates outside of its own stores for the first time.

Aéropostale Launches Bankruptcy Court Fight for $1.4M Deposit

The mall-based retailer is on the other side of its restructuring, but a new fight could drag out the process.

Authentic Brands Group Names Movantia as Lead Agency in Europe

Movantia will also extend its branding and licensing expertise to the Middle East and India.

Shakeup at Rue21, CEO Search Begins

The specialty chain has been expanding rapidly, but Fitch Ratings has default concerns.

Aeropostale Finds a Buyer, While Lululemon Finds Disappointment

Stocks are moving higher on a disappointing jobs report as Aeropostale finds a buyer, while Lululemon…

U.S. Stocks Lower as Chico’s Delivers Solid Quarter

Stocks are lower as Chico's turns in a solid quarter and Aéropostale finds suitors for its stores.

Stocks Open Lower as Wal-Mart Buys Jet for $3.3 Billion

Stocks are off to a weak start as crude oil spikes and Wal-Mart agrees to buy Jet for $3.3 billion.

Stocks Lower as IMF Cuts Global Growth Forecast

Stocks are lower after the IMF cuts it global growth forecast and Guess gets a downgrade.