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Menlook Gets $29M Investment

Three new investors have agreed to inject $29 million into the French e-tailer as part of a long-term strategy to grow its international profile.

Adidas Puts Renewed Focus on North America

The Germany-based sporting goods company is facing negative sales growth in the region and is struggling to stabilize its ailing golf business.

Hermès Sales Gain 10.6% in Q3

The maker of Birkin bags and silk scarves bucked a broad slowdown in the luxury segment to post its best quarterly performance this year.

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Kazakhstan's Thriving Luxury Market Continues to Gain Steam

Central Asia's tallest building, the Esentai Tower, reflects both the ambitions of real estate developer Capital Partners and the country’s demand for luxury.

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Eddie Bauer Reenters New York City Market

The Seattle-based retailer, which closed its last store in Manhattan seven years ago, will unveil today a 1,500-square-foot unit in the Flatiron District.

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Le Bon Marché Revamps Men's Offer

Three years after the start of its remodeling, Le Bon Marché has finally unveiled its new men’s floor.

J. Crew Expanding Presence in Europe

The retailer is steaming ahead with European expansion, with two stores planned for Paris — a new market for the brand — and a fifth store set for London.

Investors Focus on Comps Slowdown at Michael Kors

The steep drop in share price came despite strong earnings and sales growth; revenues rose 42.7 percent to $1.06B for the second quarter.

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Maurice Reznik Tapped for Delta Galil

Former Maidenform CEO to oversee U.S., U.K. operations.

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Labor Court Rules Against John Galliano

The designer had contested his dismissal from Dior and his signature fashion house.

Mobile Growth Lifts Alibaba Results

Second-quarter revenues rose 53.7 percent.

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Menlook.com Gets $29 Million Injection

The French men's wear e-tailer has found three new investors to help grow its business internationally.

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