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Jeffrey Fashion Cares Event Held in Atlanta

Fashion aficionados packed in for an evening of fall fashion to raise money for Susan G. Komen Greater…

Winter Wren Hodges Expands in Atlanta

The new 2,000-square-foot footwear and accessories boutique, William Wren, complements his two apparel and…

The Trend in Prom: Sophisticated and Grown Up

Prom dresses for next year have taken a sophisticated and more mature turn, according to retailers and…

Leather, Denim Lead Atlanta Buying

Buyers focused on leather for their late fall orders at the four-day Atlanta Apparel Market that ended on…

Tech Shows Offer Fuel for Made in USA

The Techtextil North America and TexProcess Americas shows fed right into the resurgence of local apparel…

Zac Posen Talks Business and More With SCAD Atlanta Students

The designer spoke for about an hour to a packed room, and was honest, open and sometimes self-effacing.

Atlanta Buyers Increase Spending

Retailers opened their fall budgets for leggings in various different textures, colors and fabric treatments.

Weather Doesn’t Deter Atlanta Buyers

Despite icy conditions, flight cancellations and other delays, retailers made it to the Atlanta Apparel…

Foul Weather Hits U.S. Retailers

Extreme weather in several parts of the country brought retail, business, long-distance and local travel to…

Bright Colors but Tepid Mood at Atlanta Mart

A slow economy makes buyers cautious at AmericasMart show.

Fab’rik to Launch Community Boutique

Dana Spinola will turn her flagship in midtown Atlanta into Free Fab’rik Community Boutique to help…

Jeffrey Fashion Cares Raises Funds in Atlanta

The event featured edgy and classic looks for fall on the runway Monday evening.

All About Prom at Atlanta Apparel Market

The prom and social occasion business for AmericasMart, resources and retailers has grown substantially.

Atlanta Buyers Stay Close to Season

Retailers were still looking for summer fill-ins in June.

Fabric Trends Spur Buying in Atlanta

Stores say fall budgets are up as business improves.