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English Laundry Launches John Lennon Line

The artwork of John Lennon is featured in a new men's apparel line.

Pre-spring, Barneys, Bloomingdale's, Neiman Marcus, Gucci, Armani

Pre-Spring Becoming Key at High-End Stores

The season known most often in men’s wear as pre-spring is increasingly becoming a major cash generator for high-end retailers.

Lacoste, endangered species, crocodiles, Global Environment Facility, the World Bank, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, World Wildlife Fund,

Lacoste Strives to Preserve Crocodiles

Sportswear maker Lacoste commits to spend a half-million dollars to help preserve the crocodile.

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Brazilian Fitness Brand Track & Field Plans U.S. Push

Track & Field, a high-end fitness and lifestyle apparel brand with 36 stores in Brazil, wants to tap into the $30 billion U.S. fitness industry.

Replay Gets New Majority Owner

Equibox Holding SpA, a special-purpose acquisition vehicle, has acquired a 60 percent stake in Fashion Box SpA, owner of the Replay.

Project New York Moves to SoHo

The trade show Project New York will relocate in January to 82 Mercer Street.

ASICS to Build Distribution Center

ASICS America will open a new distribution center in Marshall County, Miss. in 2011 to support its growth in the American market.

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Grosvenor Kicks Off FIFA Partnership

British label Grosvenor will produce a line of limited edition apparel to celebrate the 2010 FIFA World Cup of soccer.

Safilo Signs Hilfiger for Eyewear

Tommy Hilfiger has signed a licensing agreement for eyewear with Safilo Group.

Triathlon, Andy Potts, TYR

TYR to Sponsor USA Triathlon

TYR has signed a multi-year sponsorship deal with USA Triathlon, the national governing body for the sport of triathlon.

Modern Amusement, Mossimo Giannulli

Modern Amusement CEO Exits in Restructuring

CEO Michael Boyes left the sportswear brand Modern Amusement last month.

Oxford Net, Sales Fall in Quarter

Oxford Industries' net falls in the third quarter, but issues an upbeat Q4 guidance.

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