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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

In Fashion: Warby Parker at the End of the Digital Revolution

The buzzy eyewear brand is about to cash in on its hard work and its talent for being the poster child for…

WWD Honors to Recognize Miuccia Prada, Levi’s, Target and More

Miuccia Prada, Rick Owens, Kim Jones, Travis Scott and Steve Rendle will all take home top awards.

ShopThing Brings Its Brand of Live Shopping to the U.S.

The Canadian company is looking to build a retail gig economy as it expands its livestreamed…

A.k.a. Brands Slips in Wall Street Debut

The acquisitive newcomer is looking to keep buying brands to plug into its digitally savvy portfolio of…

Daniel Patrick Takes on Resale With The Archivist

The start-up is launching a peer-to-peer resale platform for the brand as part of an effort to manage its…

Warby Parker Sets Outlook Ahead of IPO

The soon-to-be public eyewear company has laid out its financial trajectory for the future.

Retail’s Silver Linings and Dark Clouds

The industry has bounced back, but that doesn't mean the world is going to cooperate.

The IPO Mania Transforming Fashion and Retail

Not every new offering jumping into a hot market will be the next big thing, but right now there's enough…

Traub Capital Sets Up First Fund, Looks for Consumer Deals

The private equity company closed its first fund and is looking to buy two or three companies with $173…

Nordstrom Through the Years

The Nordstrom way goes way back.

CEOs at Walmart, Macy’s, Gap, Nordstrom and Capri Look to the Future

Retail and fashion chiefs turned out to court the investment set and pitch their vision at the investment…

Wall Street Welcomes New Players and Acquisitions

The hot stock market will continue to fuel IPOs and dealmaking.

Fashion’s Washington Agenda

Infrastructure, COVID-19, tariffs and taxes, and more.

Retail Weather Realities

Merchants are contending with more extreme weather than ever, but can also benefit by keeping an eye on the…

Retail’s Supply Chain Woes, From Washington to Wall Street

The backend moves front of mind.