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Vendors Fume Over Muddled Market

The uncertain economy, cautious retailers with slimmer budgets and two competing trade shows created an unsettling environment at last month's New York market.

Newsreel: Rachel Pally Launches Swim... Pull-In Pushes Swimsuits... TYR Olympic Suit...

Jersey queen Rachel Pally is diving into new territory.

Early Snow Should Boost Winter Ski Apparel Sales

Ski retail is looking up at last, thanks to plentiful snow in most resort communities.

Back to Basics

Swim vendors stay with the tried and true.

Vendors Deal With Trade Show Congestion

The rivalry is intensifying between two key innerwear trade fairs, CurveExpo and Lingerie Americas.

A&F’s New Concept Inspired by Sydney

Abercrombie & Fitch is attempting to cash in on a booming lingerie market with its fifth concept, Gilly Hicks.

French Lingerie Fairs Making Move to Paris

Leading French lingerie trade fairs Lyon Mode City and Interfilière are moving to the City of Light.

Memo Pad: Circ Saga... Food Group... 3rd Date...

Newsday and Spanish-language newspaper Hoy have agreed to forfeit $15 million to the U.S. government as part of an agreement to resolve a criminal...

NAP Cuddles Up With O'Bryan Bros.

NAP Inc. has signed a licensing agreement with O'Bryan Bros. Inc. to produce, design and market a collection of sleepwear, robes and loungewear under the...

Second Time Around for Sophomore

When Chrissie Miller started her contemporary T-shirt line, Sophomore, in 2003, she knew she had to think big.

French Swimwear Brand Vilebrequin Sold

Vilebrequin, the Saint Tropez-based swim trunks company, has changed hands.

Brands Hedge Their Bets on China

The Made in China label is starting to lose its luster for many innerwear firms.

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