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A&F Changes Strategy as Logos Lose Allure

Abercrombie & Fitch revealed Thursday it is moving away from the logo business, and will eventually exit the category entirely in its North American stores.

Destination XL Losses Mount on Sales Gain

Destination XL Group Inc. made top-line progress in the second quarter while its bottom line fell more deeply into the red.

Salvatore Ferragamo Sales Rise 6%

Net profit in the first half of the year dropped 3 percent.

Holt Renfrew to Upgrade Flagships

The company is throwing the focus on top doors in larger markets, entering e-commerce and closing two smaller locations.

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Bill de Blasio to Host N.Y. Fashion Week Event

New York City's mayor will welcome the Council of Fashion Designers of America to Gracie Mansion on Wednesday night for a cocktail party to launch fashion week.

Mobile Sales in China Propel Alibaba Q1 Earnings

In what might be the final financial report before Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. goes public, the company on said first-quarter net income nearly tripled.

Bangladesh Accord Decision on Inspections Stirs Concern

Duplication of factory inspections was one of the major worries of apparel manufacturers when the two groups were formed last year.

Mollusk Surf Shop to Open Third Store

The surf outfitter born on San Francisco’s Ocean Beach will set up shop in Silver Lake, Calif. on Saturday.

Brunello Cucinelli Profits Up 17.8%

Boosted by international growth, the Italian luxury firm saw net profits rise to 15.6 million euros, or $21.3 million.

Verizon Unveils QR Code Logins

The logins will be provided as part of its Universal Identity Services portfolio to improve online security.

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Lands' End Lands in House of Fraser

In its first brick-and-mortar foray overseas, the brand has begun opening shops-in-shop inside the department store chain in the U.K.

Confidence, Retail Sales Gain Traction

Better job prospects and cheaper gasoline could be putting consumers in a better mood for shopping as the second half of the retail year gets under way.

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