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Tony Spring Outlines Bloomingdale's Future

Executive talks about the challenges of the department store's “evolution.”

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Mark Weber Joins M3/Relativity as Adviser

The new role will be separate from Weber’s positions as ceo of LVMH Inc./USA and chairman and ceo of Donna Karan International, which he will maintain.

Bal Harbour Shops, Miami, retailers, Ferragamo, Neiman Marcus, Neimans, Saks, Saks Fifth Avenue, Akris, Rag & Bone, The Webster, John Varvatos, Oscar de la Renta,

Bal Harbour Revamps Offerings

The Miami mall is seeing its retailers relocate, expand and renovate current stores, while also attracting new American and European brands.

Human Rights Key Issue at Ralph Lauren Annual Meeting

The company has its own initiatives on ensuring humane working conditions.

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Tod's Joins Luxe Pack Seeing Profits Fall

The company said net profits in the first half of the year dropped 26 percent as sales slowed as a result of a challenging environment in China.

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July Sales End Retailers' Q2 on Up Note

Ann Inc. reduces guidance as quarterly sales trend decelerates.

Adidas to Cut Jobs, Boost Marketing Spend

The Germany-based sporting goods firm is taking action following a weaker-than-expected first half of the year.

Perry Ellis International on the Block?

According to reports, father-son duo George and Oscar Feldenkreis might be considering a sale of the Miami-based company.

Ralph Lauren Net Hit by Retail Investments

While first quarter results were better than expected, profits still slid 10.5 percent for the period.

Vietnam Tops June Apparel Imports

The overall trade deficit narrowed in June to $41.5 billion from $44.7 billion in May.

Ryan Seacrest, Ryan Seacrest Distinction, Randa Accessories, Peerless Clothing, PVH, Durand Guion, Macy’s, Macys, sportswear, tailored clothing, suits, Durand Guion, accessories, Millennials

Ryan Seacrest, Macy's Collaborate on Men's Wear

The collection of tailored clothing and furnishings is spearheaded by Randa Accessories and includes product from Peerless Clothing and PVH.

Bangladesh Lost Wages Protests Intensify

After more than seven days of protests, workers of the Tuba Group took their anger to the streets on Tuesday.

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