Young Men's


Young Men's

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Dick Baker, Ocean Pacific

Memorial Service Set for Dick Baker

A memorial service for Dick Baker, A former president of Ocean Pacific, will be held at 6 p.m. June 25 at The Times Center, 242 West 41st St. in Manhattan.

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Blogs Fan the Flames for Streetwear

Streetwear and sneaker blogs cause waves when covering everything from Kanye West's Air Yeezy shoes to the Kia Soul automobile.

Streetwear, S.L.A.T.E.

Clean Men's Streetwear Seen at MAGIC

Vendors cope with the troubled economy.

Kelly McNamarra, magic trade show, MAGIC, back to school,

Young Men's on the Move

With disappointing holiday sales lingering in buyers' minds, expect back-to-school offerings at MAGIC to remain reserved in just about every category.

Buckle Profits Soar in Q4, Year

The Buckle, Inc. reported net income jumped 31.7 percent to $29.1 million.

M. Hidary Signs With Pacific Trail

M. Hidary has signed a licensing agreement with Pacific Trail for all of the national brand’s youth outerwear.

Crooks & Castles Lands in L.A.

Crooks & Castles has joined a select group of streewear brands that are shunning mass market channels in favor of building their own branded retail existence.

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.

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

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.

SouthPole's White Heat

The hip-hop brand hauled piles of white snow to a Brooklyn studio where R&B artist Mario took the stage for SouthPole’s fall/winter advertising campaign.

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