Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

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Galeries Lafayette's Billion Euro China Plan

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

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Lululemon Sales Stretch Higher, but Not Enough for Investors

The company reported double-digit increases in sales and net income, but it wasn’t enough to satisfy investors expecting more.

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Fashion Scoops

Lucy Activewear Launches New Category Called Lucy IndiGO

Lucy Activewear has launched an entirely new category of activewear that looks exactly like jeans.

clock August 22, 2016Debra Borchardt

James Jeans founder Seun Lim at D&A Yoga


James Jeans Founder Seun Lim Fuses Fashion and Fitness in D&A Yoga Studio and Activewear Line

Denim designer Seun Lim fuses fashion and fitness in her new L.A. flying yoga studio, D&A Yoga, and an upcoming activewear line, D&A Body.

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Superfit Hero leggings.


Superfit Hero Athletic Apparel Is Body-Positive and Size-Inclusive

Superfit Hero is a new online apparel company focused on high-performance activewear for fit female athletes with body-inclusive sizing.

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Lane Bryant, #ImNoAngel

Marketing and Promotion

The Next Great Brands Are Focused on the Body-Positive Movement

The next great consumer brands in apparel are all focused on the body-positive movement.

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YogaSmoga activewear


YogaSmoga on Expansion Tear

YogaSmoga is continuing its rapid growth with the announcement of five new high profile store locations.

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An assortment of products from Yuni.


Yuni Blends Beauty and Yoga

Beauty and Yoga come together with the launch of Yuni, a skin care, body, hair care and aroma brand.

clock June 17, 2015Jayme Cyk



Today's Must Read

A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018


Tiffany Looks Past Wealth Effect Declines to Bullish Second Half

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