G-III Apparel Group Ltd.

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G-III Elects Robert L. Johnson to Board

The founder and chairman of The RLJ Cos. was previously founder and chairman of Black Entertainment Television.

clock September 24, 2020Lisa Lockwood

Jasmine Jones of Cherry Blossom Intimates.

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FIT Design Entrepreneurs Literally Ends in a Tie

Sterling King and Cherry Blossom Intimates will each receive $75,000 in prize money from this eight-year-old program, which concludes with this round.

clock September 18, 2020Lisa Lockwood

Halsey will once again appear in DKNYs campaign. Photographed by Zoey Grossman and styled by Zoe Costello, the spring campaign uses the New York City subway as a backdrop. Multimedia artist and model David Alexander Flinn is also featured in the ads. Videography was done by Nathalie Canguilhem. The dream-like hues of the campaign pay homage to New York City’s drive to dream big and change the world. Ads, including video, break globally today and will appear on paid social platforms and outdoor media in key global markets, including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, London, Milan, Berlin, Frankfurt, Madrid, Barcelona, Dubai and Mexico City through April. — Lisa Lockwood


G-III Apparel Group Logs More Quarterly Losses, But Wall Street Satisfied With Company’s Progress

The DKNY and Donna Karan parent company expects revenues to decline another 28 percent to 33 percent in the back half of the year.

clock September 9, 2020Kellie Ell

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EXCLUSIVE: Designer Autumn Adeigbo Secures $1.3 Million Investment

The designer’s fan base includes Tommy Hilfiger, Tory Burch, Stitch Fix founder and ceo Katrina Lake and Rent the Runway cofounder and ceo Jennifer Hyman.

clock July 30, 2020Kellie Ell

Morris Goldfarb


G-III to Reopen Corporate Showroom Monday and Keep Inventories Lean

The company is working with its retailers and shifting and dedicating additional resources to drive their online sales.

clock June 11, 2020Lisa Lockwood

Calvin Klein got a new creative director, Ralph Lauren launched its “Way Forward Plan” and G-III Apparel bought DKI from LVMH.


G-lll Apparel Group Closing All Wilsons Leather and G.H. Bass Stores

With the majority of stores closed last quarter because of the coronavirus, the retailer and apparel supplier lost more than $39 million.

clock June 4, 2020Kellie Ell

More and more companies are considering working from home a permanent situation.

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Work From Home Really Works: Brands Explore the New Normal

In a recent survey, 77 percent of respondents indicated they would like to continue to work remotely, at least weekly, after the pandemic.

clock May 28, 2020Rosemary Feitelberg and Lisa Lockwood

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How Fashion Brands Are Coping: Reducing Staff, Cutting Expenses

Many firms are offering their spring/summer merchandise at discounted prices on their e-commerce sites to drum up business.

clock April 6, 2020Lisa Lockwood

Morris Goldfarb


G-III Discloses Temporary Employee Furloughs, Reductions in Management Salaries

The company will be furloughing approximately 60 percent  of its wholesale operations segment employees, effective April 6.

clock March 31, 2020Lisa Lockwood

Morris Goldfarb


Morris Goldfarb: Standing Strong at G-III

The ceo said his company has an $800 cushion, a stable supply of goods from China and a plan to win.

clock March 19, 2020Evan Clark

Morris Goldfarb


G-III Touts $800 Million Cushion

The company expressed confidence and said it is continuing to restructure its retail operations.

clock March 19, 2020Evan Clark

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New York’s Fashion Front: Working Remotely, Closing Stores

Firms are figuring out logistics as they work remotely.

clock March 16, 2020Lisa Lockwood and Rosemary Feitelberg

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Morris Goldfarb’s G-III Balancing Act

The company’s third-quarter showed gains, but a cut to its outlook hit its stock hard.

clock December 4, 2019Evan Clark

Trader Gordon Charlop smiles as he works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, . Stocks are opening higher on Wall Street following big gains in Asia as Hong Kong's government withdrew a controversial extradition law that set off three months of protests thereFinancial Markets Wall Street, New York, USA - 04 Sep 2019


Investors Cheer Trade Talks Even as Retailers Start Feeling the Pain

Earlier in the day, G-III Apparel and Macy’s issued warnings that they would take a financial hit from tariffs.

clock September 6, 2019Kathryn Hopkins



G-III Trims Its Full-Year Forecast in Light of New Tariffs

The government recently imposed 15 percent levies on many apparel and footwear items.

clock September 5, 2019Kathryn Hopkins

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