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A/X to Debut New Store Concept, Underwear Collection

The younger-skewed A/X brand that is part owned by Giorgio Armani is unveiling its first underwear line while it debuts new store concepts in London and Tokyo.

The New Dress Code

In a bid to attract modern-day customers, notorious for ever-changing attitudes and lifestyles, specialty store retailers were focused on dual-purpose apparel.

Dolce's Forward Line

Dolce & Gabbana is outfitting the Chinese Olympic National Soccer team off the field.

Demo Trading Up for Back-To-School

Demo, the long-struggling streetwear division of Pacific Sunwear has overhauled its merchandising strategy for fall, adding a slew of contemporary brands

Steven Alan Dressing Up

As Steven Alan surges toward bona-fide lifestyle brandhood, it is launching suits for spring 2008.

Paul Simon Brightens Up

Paul Simon has opened a new Paul Simon Co. men’s store at The Village at SouthPark in Charlotte, N.C.

Lacoste's Plastic Polo

Lacoste has selected British industrial designer Michael Young as the guest designer for its second annual Holiday Collector’s Series.

Aéropostale Readies Entry Into Canada

Aéropostale will enter the international market for the first time when it opens two stores in Canada.

Calvin's Fall Ad Onslaught

Calvin Klein Inc.’s advertising for fall is calculated to reach 575 million people—twice the population of the United States.

Marc Ecko Debuts Cut & Sew Stores

Marc Ecko Enterprises has taken the first step of an elaborate retail rollout with the introduction of two Marc Ecko Cut & Sew stores.

Varvatos Opens East Hampton Store

John Varvatos opened an East Hampton boutique, piggybacking on the beach town’s celebratory mood as it kicked off the summer.

Contemporary Drives Nordstrom Men's

Contemporary fashion is fueling the men’s business at Nordstrom.

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