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Industry Praises Obama Trade Push

Obama's push for cybersecurity legislation was also hailed.

Security Tightens at Paris Men’s Shows

Numerous houses instigated bag checks at the door of their catwalk venues.

Paula Schneider Lays Out American Apparel Plan

The chief executive officer held a call with Wall Street Tuesday to both introduce herself and frame her leadership of the company.

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Hilfiger Takes Showroom Digital

The brand launched a digital sales showroom at its global headquarters in Amsterdam that eliminates the need for samples.

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Target Launches Ava & Viv Plus-Size Line

Ava & Viv is the first apparel brand created at the retailer from the ground up to in several decades.

Pretty Green Enters US Market With Empire & Branch

Liam Gallagher's men's wear label has set up a showroom in Manhattan.

Fast Retailing's Tadashi Yanai Speaks Out on Chinese Factories

Yanai said he was surprised by report on unsafe working condition at two of Uniqlo's suppliers.

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First Look at Dover Street Market New York’s New Beginning

The store closed for three days, to overhaul the interior and create a number of installations, including the store’s first by Kawakubo herself.

U.S Will Not Reinstate Trade Benefits for Bangladesh

U.S. trade officials concluded that while Bangladesh has made some progress, it has failed to address workers’ rights issues and complete factory inspections.

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Via Gesù: Milan’s New Men’s Street

The city now officially has a street dedicated to men's wear.

Men's Wearhouse to Pay Former Licensee $42.6M

Company ‘surprised and disappointed’ by arbitration ruling.

José Luis Duran Exits Lacoste

He will be replaced by Thierry Guibert as chief executive officer.

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