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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

Fashion’s Dealmaking Dilemma: Few Buyers, Many Sellers

The winners are set to still win in fashion while the rest cast around for cash in an uncertain market.

ThredUp Feels Economy Pinch as Budget Shoppers Pull Back

CEO James Reinhart said the firm is adjusting, having laid off 15 percent of the corporate workforce, and…

Will There Be Another Ralph, Donna or Calvin?

Can Kim or Rihanna fill their shoes? Or is the multicategory megabrand a legacy of a bygone age in fashion?

Canada Goose Heats Up, Topping Sales Estimates

CEO Dani Reiss told WWD that the brand's consumer is not showing any slowdown.

Farfetch Teams Up With Salvatore Ferragamo

The platform and luxury brand formed a global strategic partnership to boost Ferragamo's digital business.

The Post-Julie Wainwright RealReal Goes Pre-pandemic

The luxury resale pioneer said it is seeing some changes in consumer shopping habits.

Ralph Lauren Has Momentum, but Is Staying Agile

CEO Patrice Louvet told WWD that the brand's consumer is holding up, but that the company is remaining…

Ralph Lauren Sales Rise, But Currency, Expenses Hit Profits

The brand's bottom line felt the pinch of exchange rates and higher expenses.

Fashion’s Currency Give and Take

With the euro and dollar at parity, currency is complicating business, but helping some.

Proenza Schouler Tested Buyout Market

The company looked for potential buyers this year alongside A.L.C., Khaite and others.

Khaite ‘Evaluating Investment Options,’ Looks to Next Stage

The buzzy brand has been rubbing elbows with the investment set and considering some dealmaking.

LVMH, China and Exotic Skins in Focus at Ralph Lauren Annual Meeting

Shareholders peppered executives on hot topics.

A.L.C. Said Seeking Buyer, Tests Tough Market

The buzzy brand is said to be working with the Rothschild investment bank on a sale process.

Retail Pays Off for David Simon

The landlord remains bullish on retail — including his own investments — and said Simon Property Group was…

The Estée Lauder Cos. Said Mulling Fashion Venture With Potential Tom Ford Acquisition

The cosmetics giant has been a longtime licensee of Tom Ford Beauty.