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Puma Sees Tough Year Ahead

Puma AG, the world’s third-largest sporting goods maker, expects trading conditions to remain tough in 2010.


MAGIC Opens on More Positive Note

Retailers at MAGIC Marketplace encouraged by a modest boost in business encouraged.

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Justin Timberlake's William Rast Steps Into Shoes

William Rast, the brand founded by Justin Timberlake and Trace Ayala, is moving beyond denim with a new capsule collection of footwear.

Lacoste, Steven Birkhold

Birkhold Outlines New Lacoste Strategy

Ceo Steven Birkhold is laying out a postrecession strategy for the French sportswear brand, Lacoste.

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Olympics Spell Opportunity for Brands

For the Olympics, brands are putting their prestige and cash behind gold medal contenders, such as snowboarder Shaun White and skier Lindsey Vonn.

Olympics Dominate ISPO Fair

Olympics were front and center at the ISPO trade fair here, where firms showcased their sports equipment and fashions.

Gildan Q1 Profits Soar on Sales, Margin Gains

Activewear and underwear units up 31.5%.

Timberland Scores Profit Gain in 4th Qtr.

Bottom-line increase comes despite decline in sales not foreseen by analysts.

Karkus Exits Under Armour

Matthew Mirchin assumes supervision of apparel wholesale unit on an interim basis.

A Bathing Ape Signs Licensing Deal With Sanrio

Move over Pharrell Williams. Music and streetwear impresario Nigo has a new creative partner: Hello Kitty.

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Conservative Looks Rule Men's Sportswear for Fall 2010

Gray and plaid dominate the fashion trends for fall, with a hint of brown to come.

Silver Jeans, Ed Hardy, Defiance USA, English Laundry, Triple Fat Goose, Tokyo Five

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Brands Clean Up

High-end and contemporary brands focus on cleaner designs and lower prices for fall.

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