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Catching Up With Nigo

WWD caught up with him to discuss his projects, including his new line, Human Made, and life after Bape.

Nautica Signs Licensing Deal for Iberia

The brand signed an agreement with Jatro BCN, S.L. for the distribution of its men’s and women’s sportswear collections.

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Tyr Introduces New Elite Swimsuit

The brand boasted that the Avictor is the “most technologically advanced product” in the market.

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Stone Island Eyeing Growth in North America

The success of the brand's recent capsule with Supreme has convinced president Carlo Rivetti to finally take the market more seriously.

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Tommy Hilfiger, Fred Gehring Address Harvard Business School Students

The Hilfiger brand is the subject of a new HBS case study, “Transforming Tommy Hilfiger,” published earlier this year.

Van Heusen Partners With Career Gear

The brand today will kick off a partnership where it will donate a shirt to the charity every time a consumer uses the hashtag #GiveAShirt.

Harmont & Blaine to Get Infusion, New CEO

Italian private equity fund Clessidra SGR finalized its agreement to take a 35 percent stake in Harmont & Blaine SpA.

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Levi Strauss' Chip Bergh Remains Optimistic

Macroeconomic headwinds have made it a challenge, but Bergh, president and ceo of Levi Strauss & Co., is hoping for growth this year.

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Joseph Abboud Redux: He's Back

Ending one of the longest-running sagas in men’s fashion, Joseph Abboud is finally able to create collections under his own name again.

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Vertical Brands Boosting U.S. Production

Acquisitions and direct-to-consumer online efforts bringing jobs back to the U.S.

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J.C. Penney Relaunching JF Sportswear

The private brand, which made its debut at the company in 1998, is targeted at the Millennial customer who seeks a modern fit in suit separates and furnishings.

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