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Zegna Debuts 'Global' Store in NYC

Ermenegildo Zegna threw open the doors to its Peter Marino–designed “global” flagship in New York.

Bloomingdale's Blows Out Contemporary

Bloomingdale's unveiled No. 59 Metro, the revamped contemporary sportswear and premium denim department on the subway level of its flagship store.

Under Armour Profits Skyrocket on High Demand

Fourth quarter net income jumped 42.4 percent to $16.9 million, or 34 cents per diluted share, at Under Armour, Inc.

Ashworth Names Sales Director

Chuck Sakmann has been named director of sales at Ashworth, Inc.

Gildan Profits Soar in First Quarter

Gildan Activewear Inc. reported a 76.3 percent surge in first-quarter net earnings to $27.5 million.

Unifi Cuts Loss in Q2

Continuing improvement in Unifi, Inc.’s operating results helped the fiber company cut its net loss in the second quarter, ended Dec. 28, 2007.

Field & Stream Signs Hosiery License

The Field & Stream Licenses Company has signed an agreement with MOKSHA Worldwide to produce and market technical, outdoor and casual lifestyle hosiery.

Loehmann's To Open Stand-Alone Men's Store

Loehmann’s, the national off-price retailer, announced plans to open its first stand-alone men’s store.

Coach Profits Rise in Q2

Bullish outlooks from Coach and Carrefour had a soothing effect. Volatility in the market is expected to delay an initial public offering of Tommy Hilfiger.

Wal-Mart's Menzer to Retire

John Menzer, vice-chairman of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said he would be retiring from the retailer on March 1.

Playing Against Type

Archetype Showroom represents highly creative fashion brands with an artful edge.

Ralph to Take L'Uomo Space

Ralph Lauren is taking over L'Uomo's space on Bleecker Street in New York.

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