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Night Crawlers

In the city that never sleeps, Macy's Herald Square was wide awake during the wee hours of Christmas Eve.

French Streetwear Brands See Green

With everything from bamboo skateboards to bags made of recycled billboards, brands are increasingly taking eco messages to the streets.

Retailers Regaining Footing After Ice Storm

Retailers were trying to recover Wednesday from an ice storm that walloped states from Oklahoma to Wisconsin, cutting power to hundreds of thousands of...

In Brief: New Rila Members... Williamson Defends African Designs

The Retail Industry Leaders Association, a lobby and trade group representing mass merchant's interests in Washington, signed six new members during the...

Food for Thought

Retailers partied it up this week for very different reasons.

Maus Freres Targets Gant With Hostile Bid

Maus Freres SA, the Swiss retail group that owns the Lacoste brand, has launched a 5.2 billion Swedish kronor, or $810.8 million, hostile bid for Gant, the...

Rick Leto Exits Mervyns

Mervyns' chief executive officer Rick Leto has resigned after three years on the job.

Industry Backs Book Touting Green Push

Members of the fashion industry have rallied behind a new book, "FutureFashion White Papers," that champions sustainability.

Iman Branches Out

Iman had to travel only as far as her own closet to seek inspiration for her new accessories collection.

Fortnum & Mason Gets a Facelift

Three hundred years ago, when America was a part of the British colonies and tea had yet to be shipped to Boston harbor, the legendary London food emporium...

The X Factor

Former Buddhist Punk designer Nicholas Morley is back in the fashion game with a new line and outlook.

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