Rothmans Readies Larger Space for Store Relocation

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Grandpa Harry would feel right at home at the new Rothmans. From the three-level hanging suit display to the original tile floor in the 110-year-old space, the men’s wear retailer is embracing its heritage.SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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A look at the Clothes Horse Web site.


New Fit Web Site Goes Live

Clothes Horse, a New York fashion technology firm that is launching a Web site today, uses algorithms to help consumers find the right fit.

clock February 23, 2012Vicki M. Young

A fall look from Woolrich John Rich & Bros.

Ready To Wear

WP Lavori Plots U.S. Growth Course

The Bologna, Italy-based company has named Franco DiCarlo as chief executive officer of its North American operations.

clock February 22, 2012David Lipke

Christopher Shannon

Fashion Features

London Men’s Wear Takes an Arty, Elegant Turn

Figures as diverse as Richard Serra, David Lynch, photographer Edward Burtynsky and the late British decorator David Hicks were referenced for fall.

clock February 22, 2012Samantha Conti and Nina Jones

Jim and Ken Giddon


Rothmans Relocating After 25 Years

The store that got its start out of a pushcart on East Broadway in 1926 will next week move into an 11,000-square-foot location on Park Avenue South.

clock February 22, 2012Jean E. Palmieri

Umberto Angeloni

Designer and Luxury

Caruso to Produce High-End Chinese Clothing

Italian manufacturer flips the script as the producer of new men’s brand SheJi-Sorgere, which launches next month.

clock February 23, 2012Luisa Zargani


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Sergio Rossi


Sergio Rossi Pays Tribute to Namesake Founder

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Social Studies