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Eric Kim Launching Men's Label at New York Fashion Week

Eric Kim, who resigned from his post as ceo of Monarchy last week, sees an opening in the luxe market and will unveil his label Mik Cire next month.

Reyn Spooner, Arc'teryx, Jack Victor, Ben Sherman, Wet Cement, Folk, King Baby

New and Notable: Men's
Market Week Preview

Retailers have a multitude of fall collections to shop next week at the New York trade shows. Here, 10 brands showcasing new or notable offerings.

polo golf, webb simpson, Sony Open, brand ambassador, golf wear, david lauren,

Polo Golf Signs Athlete Webb Simpson

When golfer Webb Simpson strolls onto the first tee at the Sony Open in Honolulu today, he’ll be sporting Polo Golf apparel.

Men's Spring 2010 Trend:
Beyond the Sea

Men’s style as relaxing as a Mediterranean breeze.

Jhane Barnes Sells Stake to AW Chang

The deal ends a period of uncertainty for the company Jhane Barnes, which had been looking to restructure since early last year.

Levi's, Opening Ceremony, Humberto Leon

Levi's, Opening Ceremony Collaborate on Line

Levi’s and retailer Opening Ceremony have partnered to create a co-branded line of men’s and women’s product that will hit stores next month.

Monarchy CEO Kim Resigns

No successor named at Hartmarx-owned brand.

Nat Nast,

Patty Nast Canton Exits Nat Nast

Patty Nast Canton, the cofounder of the upscale men’s sportswear brand, has left the company.

Petra Ecclestone Formula One Form

Men's Line From Racing Royalty Gains Speed

Petra Ecclestone, daughter of billionaire Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone, draws much of her design inspiration from speed racers.

Evisu, Scott Morrison

Scott Morrison Puts His Stamp on Evisu

Six months into his tenure as global chief executive officer of Evisu, Scott Morrison has moved rapidly to reposition the denim and sportswear brand.

denim retail Jaffe Beder consumers Pittsburgh Aeropostale Gap holiday

Denim's New Direction: Brands, Retailers Feel Pressure on Price

Stores and brands report consumers are now reluctant to buy $250 premium jeans.

Canterbury New Zealand rugby JD Sports

Canterbury of New Zealand Eyes America

With a little help from Clint Eastwood’s “Invictus,” could America at last be embracing rugby? At least one company, Canterbury of New Zealand, hopes so.

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