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Florsheim Seeks to Boost Image

The Midwestern footwear company to open a pop-up shop in SoHo designed by hipsters Paul Birardi and Eddy Chai.

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Movado Maps Growth in China

Luxury firm Movado unveils three-year growth plan.

Karen Katz, ceo, Burt Tansky, full-price,

Neiman Marcus Cuts 4th-Qtr. Loss

Neiman Marcus's gross margins grow as full-price selling improves.

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Sears, French Connection in Tie-up

UK Style by French Connection will launch this spring.

Forty Five Ten Ups Men’s Offering

Forty Five Ten here has almost doubled its roster of men’s designer collections for fall.

Retail Sales See August Uptick

Retail apparel sales grew in August versus July. On a yearly basis, specialty store receipts rose while department stores struggled.

Will Nordstrom Open in New York?

Source say Nordstrom, the upscale specialty store chain, may open in two years on Manhattan's West Side.

Sherman Joins Echo Design Group

Jeffrey Sherman has become president of the Echo Design Group accessories and home products company.

Brooks Brothers Expands Offerings

At its spring presentation, the retailer revealed that it will launch a separate Web site for the Black Fleece collection designed by Thom Browne.

Prada Takes Full Control of Car Shoe

Prada SpA has taken full control of footwear and accessories brand Car Shoe.

Brooks Brothers Names Garafolo

Industry veteran Paulette Garafolo becomes president of international, wholesale and manufacturing.

Scoop Launches E-Commerce

Scoop NYC site sells labels such as 3.1 Philip Lim, Alejandro Ingelmo, Alice + Olivia and Beyond Vintage.

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