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Evan Clark

Deputy Managing Editor

Evan Clark is deputy managing editor at WWD where he has written about the fashion industry through the lenses of technology, finance, business and politics. In his current role, he helps guide WWD’s financial and technology coverage and writes breaking news and analysis of mergers and acquisitions and business trends. He joined WWD in 2000 as a financial reporter and his career has included positions covering firms such as Jones, Kellwood and Fifth & Pacific as well as in Washington, D.C., covering major political and regulatory issues. He holds a bachelor of arts in English literature from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

More From Evan Clark

BDT Buys $100M Worth of Under Armour From Kevin Plank

The firm led by Bryon Trott, who is known for his relationship with Warren Buffett,  also has a stake in Tory…

Victoria’s Secret Caught Up in ‘Volatile Macro Environment’

CEO Martin Waters said the tough consumer climate was likely to last through the rest of 2023.

PVH Presses On Through Tough Macro Environment, Tops Profit Estimates

CEO Stefan Larsson contends his PVH+ plan is coming together.

Wall Street Cautious on Capri After Seeing Its Outlook

The parent of Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo topped adjusted EPS and revenue expectations for the…

Capri Sees Sales Declines, Net Losses in Fourth Quarter

The parent to Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo topped adjusted EPS and revenue expectations for the…

Consumer Confidence Holds Up While Economic Storm Clouds Gather

The Conference Board's measure of shopping sentiment slipped modestly for May, but came in ahead of…

A New ‘Distress Cycle’ in Retail Seen Dawning

A Q&A with Hilco restructuring expert Richard Klein.

Patrice Louvet on Pushing Ralph Lauren Higher

The CEO said the brand's consumers have proven to be "resilient" despite the economy.

Ralph Lauren Tops Profit Estimates as Its Consumers Continue to Spend

CEO Patrice Louvet said the company continues to be on the offense.

American Eagle Stock Drops in Choppy Retail Landscape

The retailer projected a low-single-digit revenue decline for the second quarter.

Reading the Tea Leaves and Decoding Wall Street’s Take on Fashion

How analysts are seeing retail today — from a turnaround effort at Vans to Mary Dillon at Foot Locker and…

VF Moves Into ‘Transition’ Year After Q4 Losses

The company took a total of $735 million in charges last year against its Supreme business, acquired in 2020.

Selloff Hits Luxe Stocks Hard

Worries over the U.S. sent luxury sales appeared to send stocks of the sector's biggest names down sharply.

Expanding The Webster, Luxury Retailer Adding Three New Stores With Simon

CEO Laure Hériard Dubreuil is building on her high-end, residential-feel shopping format.

A New Way to Bet on the Spending Power of the Ultra Rich

The Tema Luxury ETF helps make it easier for U.S. investors to bet on the LVMHs of the world.