Business

Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

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Business

Fashion Industry Event to Unpack What It Takes to Win at Retail

clock March 22, 2019Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Fashion

Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore

shoes

L'Autre Chose Pre-Fall 2019

Financial

Sator Private Equity Fund Takes Full Control of L’Autre Chose

The fund has acquired the remaining 16 percent stake of the Italian fashion company it did not already own.

clock January 29, 2019Luisa Zargani

New Balance's FuelCell Impulse sneaker.

Legal

Judge Approves Settlement for New Balance’s ‘Made in the USA’ Sneakers

The footwear and apparel company will have to pay $750,000.

clock January 28, 2019Kellie Ell

A shoe style by Bikkembergs

Footwear

Bikkembergs, Global Brands Group Holding Ltd. Sign Footwear Licensing Agreement

The Hong Kong-based group will produce and distribute the brand’s shoe collections starting with the fall 2019 season.

clock January 28, 2019Julieta Sabino

Just Cavalli "P1thon" sneakers launching for Pre-Fall 2019.

Fashion Scoops

Just Cavalli Introduces First Sneakers

Creative director Paul Surridge paid homage to the brand’s signature wild animal motifs.

clock January 15, 2019Martino Carrera

Giuseppe Zanotti and Jimmy Choo

Footwear

Sneakers Still Strong in Milan

The designs, however, were more polished and formal.

clock January 14, 2019Samantha Conti and Stephanie Hirschmiller

The Nike Air VaporMax

Financial

Nike Impresses With Solid Earnings Beat

Sales in North America, the company’s largest market, rose during the quarter as Nike leverages its distribution methods and product assortment.

clock December 20, 2018Kellie Ell

Pierre-André Senizergues

Sportswear

Etnies, Emerica Founder Keeps Tight Grip on Independence

The French skater who oversees the Sole Technology portfolio of skate and snow brands has continued to weather market ups and downs on his own terms.

clock December 20, 2018Kari Hamanaka

Bruce Nordstrom32nd Annual Footwear News Achievement Awards, Arrivals, New York, USA - 04 Dec 2018

Business Features

Bruce Nordstrom Receives Footwear News ‘Lifetime Achievement’ Award

The annual event is considered the “Shoe Oscars.”

clock December 5, 2018David Moin

Luxe De Leon

Footwear

Romeo & Juliette Launches Premium Shoe Line

Called Luxe de Leon, the men’s and women’s footwear line will use sustainable materials, full-grain leather, suede and double-face sheepskin.

clock December 5, 2018Kayana Cordwell

Martha Everyday at Payless.

Fashion Scoops

Payless, Sequential Brands Collaborate on Martha Everyday

The collaboration is part of a move by the footwear retailer to include more fashion and quality in its offerings.

clock December 5, 2018Vicki M. Young

Francesca Monaco and Salar Bicheranloo, the design duo behind Salar Milano.

Footwear

Salar Milano Introduces Footwear

The contemporary handbag brand will also open its first flagship in Shanghai on Dec. 7.

clock November 29, 2018Martino Carrera

Sergio Rossi's 2018 holiday capsule collection.

Fashion Scoops

Sergio Rossi Releases Christmas Capsule Collection

The lineup includes sparkling sneakers, kitten-heeled sling-back styles and pumps.

clock November 27, 2018Sandra Salibian

Tod's trademarked shoeker style created by No_Code design lead Yong Bae Sock.

Designer and Luxury

Tod’s Presents No_Code Project

The Italian luxury goods company has trademarked a new footwear model called shoeker.

clock November 14, 2018Luisa Zargani

Del Toro

Footwear

All-Star Roster Backs Del Toro Reboot

How Del Toro’s new management aims to refashion the heritage men’s footwear label into a full-on lifestyle brand.

clock November 14, 2018Kari Hamanaka

Viviana Vignola

Footwear

Racine Carrée Invests in Pop-up Stores

Kicking off in Milan, the footwear label’s retail program will include the opening of temporary stores in Dubai, Qatar and France.

clock November 6, 2018Alessandra Turra

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