SoHo’s Preview Showcases Athletic Apparel and Technology Brands

ACTIVE RECOVERY: As its name suggests, the new SoHo store Preview is a base camp of brands for men who like to be athletic or at least look like they do.
The 4,000-square-foot store at 134 Prince Street offers a bevy of sporty brands that complement wearables — and other tech items. The permanent space includes an initial assortments from Olivers, Zaerobe Rec, Wheelers V, Fourlaps, Twenty Montreal, Endeavor Athletics, Aeance, Swet Tailor, Hickies and Helmm. Health and technology partners include Amazfit, Whoop, Halo Neuroscience, Hyperice and Reverie. Halo, for example, uses headsets to enhance neuropriming to try to improve athletes’ motor skills and performance levels.
Preview’s ethos is segmented into three areas — In Action, In Transit and In Recovery — which are meant to reflect the three pillars of urban life. Founders Geoff Harris and Wesley Collins spent a year scouting locations and interviewing potential brands. Before they culled their final list of sports-minded vendors, they approached the brands via customer support lines and often wound up talking to the founders of various companies. Harris said, “We interviewed them, walked around the city, talked about our plans and what we saw as a need for this.”
The cofounders do not personally

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Lathi to Run Daily Operations at Tailored Brands After Ewert’s Departure

Executive board chairman Dinesh Lathi will take over the day-to-day operation of Tailored Brands when Doug Ewert retires as chief executive officer at the end of the month.
The news was revealed during the company’s second-quarter earnings call Wednesday afternoon. Lathi was not named interim ceo, as industry sources had speculated, but will continue to hold his board title while the company conducts “a comprehensive search” for a replacement.
“I am honored and excited to lead the team during the transition process,” Lathi said on the call. “The board has begun a comprehensive search for a new ceo. Our top priority is identifying the best person to lead the company. The board will move forward thoughtfully and will take the time it needs to find the right leader for Tailored Brands.”
He said that when he steps up into the operational role in a few weeks he will be “focused on working with the executive team to accelerate the pace of execution and innovation and our core growth strategies of meeting consumers’ demand for personalization by growing our custom business, strengthening our brands through transformative marketing campaigns, and enhancing our omnichannel capabilities to deliver a superior shopping experience.”
Lathi, 47, is the former ceo of

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Alex and Ani Lines up 15 ‘Warriors’ for the Eco-Conscious Brand’s First Influencer Campaign

INFLUENCING WARRIOR POSE: Add Alex and Ani to the list of brands that is introducing its first influencer campaign.
Making its debut Sept. 6, the “Warrior of the Soul” initiative will be rolled out on paid and organic social media, e-mail marketing, online retargeting ads and via the eco-conscious brand’s more than 100 retail locations in the U.S. The effort is a major pivot from traditional advertising to influencer marketing — a tool the Rhode Island-based Alex and Ani is employing for the first time.
To try to connect with a range of shoppers, there will be photography and video content spotlighting 15 Warriors from different backgrounds, demographics and locations in the U.S. Each Warrior will have his or her own boutique on Alex and Ani’s e-commerce site. The diversified approach is meant to drive sales to not just what’s trending, but what’s meaningful to these individuals and why.
The video series plays up fearlessness in the face of adversity, as evidenced by Warriors like model, activist and toxic shock syndrome survivor Lauren Wasser. She was filmed running for the first time after her second amputation. All of the influencers tell their stories through signs and symbols in Alex and Ani jewelry. Wasser,

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Doug Ewert to Leave as CEO of Tailored Brands in September

Tailored Brands caused a few jaws to drop Tuesday afternoon when it said that Doug Ewert, its longtime chief executive officer, will be retiring from his position and his post on the board on Sept. 30. At the same time, Bruce Thorn resigned from his position as president and chief operating officer, effective Aug. 31. The company said Thorn is leaving to pursue another opportunity and his new role is expected to be revealed shortly.
Tailored Brands said that “to ensure an orderly transition,” Ewert will serve as a strategic adviser to the company until the end of the calendar year. The board is currently initiating “a comprehensive search process” to identify a new ceo.
Ewert did not respond to a request for further comment on Tuesday.
Ewert, 54, has been with the parent company of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank for more than two decades. But his tenure in the past few years has been rocky. He was at the helm of the business during a nasty, public fight with the corporation’s founder, George Zimmer, that resulted in Zimmer being ousted from the firm in 2013.
Ewert was also in charge during the $ 1.8 billion acquisition of competitor Jos. A. Bank Clothiers

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New Report Highlights House of Fraser’s Mounting Debt to Brands

LONDON — Trouble continues to mount at House of Fraser as a recent report by Ernst & Young, the professional services firm, cites that the retailer owes millions of pounds to its creditors, including major luxury brand partners.
The retail chain, which was bought on Friday morning by Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley, is indebted to a slew of retailers including Giorgio Armani, Mulberry and Kurt Geiger.
Kurt Geiger is owed 4.9 million pounds, Giorgio Armani 1.59 million pounds, Mulberry 2.4 million pounds, Warehouse 1.4 million pounds and J. Barbour 3 million pounds.
The news follows at the heels of a payment dispute between XPO Logistics, which runs two of HoF’s warehouses, and Sports Direct, who has stopped fulfilling orders for the retailer and who is owed 30.4 million pounds.
As a result, HoF shut down its web site, reportedly sitting on at least 50,000 unfulfilled online orders. XPO Logistics and Sports Direct could not be reached for comment.
The report also shows that HoF made a pretax loss of 4.1 million pounds for the year to Jan. 21, 2018 and in the first quarter to April 28, the retailer witnessed a 7.7 percent drop in turnover with earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization

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Marquee Brands Opens Second NYC BCBGMaxAzria Store

The new BCBGMaxAzria store at 77 Mercer Street in SoHo features the brand’s updated modern store concept and layout.
The space totals 5,200 square feet, and is large enough to house the full range of the brand’s extensive product offerings that include sportswear, dresses, shoes, handbags and jewelry, as well as its new denim line.
Diane Bekhor, senior vice president of BCBG Group, said, “We are thrilled to open the new BCBGMaxAzria store in the heart of such an iconic New York neighborhood.” She added that the new SoHo store “represents our new store concept that is bold, contemporary and clean.”
It is the first store opening in Manhattan for the brand since it came under new ownership. Marquee Brands, a brand management firm, acquired the company last year. Global Brands Group has oversight of the new store location. The other BCBGMaxAzria Manhattan store is the original flagship store at 461 Fifth Avenue.
Cory Baker, chief operating officer, said, “Expanding our BCBGMaxAzria retail presence in New York City is a testament to the fashion-focused customer demand for this timeless brand and an exciting addition to our portfolio.”
Baker’s firm Marquee Brands is also involved in two other store openings next month, one for Ben Sherman and

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Vega+ to be stripped of Sinclair and ZX Spectrum brands

The broadcaster Sky is to prevent a troubled crowdfunded console using its trademarks.
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Amazon has made it easy for small brands to sell their products to large numbers of customers, but that has also enabled some counterfeiters to cut into their business.
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Authentic Brands Nears $8 Billion in Retail Sales With Nine West Deal

Authentic Brands Group has closed on its acquisition of the Nine West and Bandolino brands for the footwear and handbag categories.
ABG, a brand management firm, acquired the intellectual property assets from bankrupt Nine West Holdings Inc. The acquisition brings ABG’s footwear and accessories business to more than  $ 2 billion in global retail sales, and gives the company’s total brand portfolio nearly $ 8 billion in retail sales.
ABG now has 33-plus brands in its portfolio and a global footprint with more than 50,000 points of sale across luxury, specialty, department store and e-commerce channels. With retail partners, the group also has more than 4,381 branded freestanding stores and shops-in-shop globally.
Jamie Salter, chairman and chief executive officer, said since ABG won the bidding for the brands, the company has “received an outpouring of interest from retailers, distributors and new licensing partners.”
The company is in the process of developing near-term and long-term strategies for the brands, and said it would enhance the brands’ market positioning through refreshed creative, engaging digital campaigns and key influencer partnerships.
ABG has tapped Marc Fisher Footwear to operate the footwear businesses and Signal Products Inc. to operate the handbag and small leather goods businesses.
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9 Under-the-Radar Streetwear Brands Making Celebs Look Cool

ESC: Celeb Street Style (fixed) Let’s be honest, high school never ends and everyone wants to be the popular kid.
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CEO Talks: Tailored Brands’ Doug Ewert and His Unwavering Focus

It was a David-and-Goliath-type of situation when the Men’s Wearhouse was negotiating to buy its archrival Jos. A. Bank a little more than four years ago. There was a back-and-forth bidding war between the competitors and ultimately, the larger Men’s Wearhouse walked away victorious.
But be careful what you wish for.
While the merger created the largest men’s specialty store chain in the U.S., the $ 1.8 billion acquisition added a hefty amount of debt to Men’s Wearhouse’s balance sheet and the Bank business was in worse shape than its acquirer realized. The promotional strategy it used to drive sales — buy-one-get-one, two, three or even seven, free — was unsustainable.
For two years, chief executive officer Doug Ewert took heat from Wall Street as he worked tirelessly to turn the Bank business around. Today, the newly named Tailored Brands Inc. has turned the corner, quadrupling profits in 2017 and posting comparable-store sales gains at its flagship Men’s Wearhouse and the Jos. A. Bank division.
Here, Ewert discusses the challenging journey to prosperity, the outlook for both businesses as well as its Joseph Abboud brand, its Moores division in Canada, the K&G superstore concept, and the outsized growth the company is experiencing in custom clothing.
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Ermenegildo Zegna Exhibit Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Brand’s Entry in RTW

MILAN — Who knew the Ermenegildo Zegna Group produced Emilio Pucci’s first men’s wear collection in 1968? And who knew Anna Zegna, president of Fondazione Zegna, worked with Gianni Versace on the designer’s first men’s collection in 1978?
These are only two of the surprising discoveries made during a preview tour of the exhibition “Uomini all’Italiana [Men Italian Style] 1968” staged at Casa Zegna, near the brand’s storied wool mill in Trivero, a one and a half hour drive from Milan. The exhibit, organized by Fondazione Zegna, celebrates the 50th anniversary of Ermenegildo Zegna’s entry into ready-to-wear and runs May 6 to Oct. 28. “These years were the beginning of the Italian fashion system and lifestyle,” said Anna Zegna. “Women’s wear was more established, while men’s wear was starting at that time.”
 

The Emilio Pucci jacket produced by Ermenegildo Zegna. 
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The exhibit also pays tribute to the namesake founder of the company, and to his sons, Angelo and Aldo. Ermenegildo Zegna first traveled to New York in 1938 to set up a branch, the Ermenegildo Zegna Corp., to meet Italian tailors, to work on direct distribution and “to fight the supremacy of English fabrics,” as claimed by a number of photos, ads and correspondence on

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Kim Kardashian’s Glass Slippers and More Celeb-Loved Statement Shoe Brands

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How Brands Are Speaking to the Everyday Millennial Male

Hamid Onifade has an amenable face. In one shot, he can look brooding and mysterious, but with just the slightest tilt of his head or upturn of his mouth he’s innocent and childlike. He has a serene, warm visage that’s accessible, but still genetically superior.
Onifade, a 23-year-old male model from Benin, in West Africa, has been working a lot lately. He’s become the representative of choice for men’s brands and retailers that are hoping to break through the noise and incite the everyday guy, who’s not wholly engaged with streetwear, to shop. Onifade has worked for J. Crew, but he’s also modeled for Target’s men’s line, Goodfellow & Co., which launched last fall, and Goodthreads, a private label from Amazon that was made available in 2017 and is exclusive to Prime members.
Onifade hasn’t modeled for Walmart, but the big-box retailer is also reassessing how it reaches men. Aside from acquiring Bonobos last June, a company for which Onifade has modeled, Walmart recently reintroduced George, a men’s private label from its British affiliate Asda.
The activity within the men’s wear space is quantifiable. According to Euromonitor, the men’s apparel and footwear categories have grown by 19 percent globally over the past five years

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Custom Becoming a Cash Cow for Tailored Brands

Tailored Brands will continue to capitalize on the strength of its custom clothing business in 2018 — after growing the category to more than $ 100 million in sales last year.
In reporting strong results for 2017 after the market closed Wednesday, Doug Ewert, chief executive officer, said he believes the company is now “the largest and fastest-growing retailer of men’s custom clothing. So far this year, custom sales are now trending above $ 3 million per week, and we are clearly in the early innings of this opportunity. With custom suits starting at around $ 400, we can serve a large addressable market of men who want a personalized look and a perfect fit and a reasonable price.”
He said the plan is to “significantly increase the penetration of custom as a percentage of total suits sold.” The bedrock of this strategy is the company’s ability to deliver a custom suit in an increasingly shorter period of time. “During 2017, we tested expedited custom delivery and validated our hypothesis that the faster we can deliver a custom suit, the more customers will give it a try,” he said.
Earlier this year, Tailored Brands said it will now deliver Joseph Abboud or Jos. A. Bank Reserve

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Millennials to Fashion Brands: Sex Doesn’t Sell

Cosmetics and clothing companies are responding to pressure from millennials with ads that neither objectify women nor depict unrealistic physical beauty. Alexander Wang’s new campaign dispenses with models altogether.
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Tailored Brands Accelerates Custom-Clothing Deliveries

Custom clothing has turned out to be a major growth opportunity for Tailored Brands — the category brought in more than $ 100 million in sales in fiscal 2017.
And now the corporation’s Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank divisions are upgrading their Made in America custom clothing program by cutting down on the time required for deliveries from four weeks to three.
“As one of the largest and fastest-growing custom clothing retailers for men,” said Doug Ewert, chief executive officer of Tailored Brands Inc., “our brands have a distinct competitive advantage in that we can deliver beautifully constructed custom suits to our customers faster through our Made in America manufacturing process.”
At Men’s Wearhouse, the Joseph Abboud custom line offers more than 150 fabric choices from Italian mills in various silhouettes and styles. The collection is manufactured at the Joseph Abboud Manufacturing Corp. factory in New Bedford, Mass. At Jos. A. Bank, custom clothing is available under the Reserve name and includes more than 120 fabric choices. This collection is also made in the U.S. and features a mold-able half-canvas chest piece and a unique natural sloping shoulder.
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Lilly Pulitzer Collaborates on Home Decor Line With Pottery Barn Brands

PRINT EXPLOSION: Lilly Pulitzer is spreading its cheerful prints and patterns to Pottery Barn Brands, owned by Williams-Sonoma Inc. The exclusive home decor collection, which hits stores next month, marks the first time that Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and PB Teen will simultaneously release a coordinating collection to create a look for every room in the home.
The collection retails from $ 16.50 for pillows and goes up to $ 1,099 for furniture. It will be sold at all Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and PB Teen stores, as well as online and select retail locations in Canada. The collaboration is just for the upcoming season.
Marta Benson, president, Pottery Barn, said, “Lilly Pulitzer will be the first collaboration to span across all three brands, offering our guests a Palm Beach-inspired collection of home furnishings and decor that embodies the feeling of a fun, carefree summer day.”
“Lilly Pulitzer has always been about a colorful, happy, resort state of mind. Partnering with the Pottery Barn brands is a wonderful fit — we are excited to give our customers the chance to bring Lilly’s colorful Palm Beach style into their homes,” added Michelle Kelly, chief executive officer of Lilly Pulitzer.
Inspired by Pulitzer’s signature Palm Beach style, the collection will include bedding, furniture

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Chinese Investors Continue Hot Pursuit of European Brands

CHINA CLUB: The march of the big-ticket Chinese investor continues. Having just announced plans to buy Bally for an undisclosed price, Shandong Ruyi may have another European acquisition it its sights: Arcadia Group.
The Chinese textile giant that controls SMCP and Hong Kong’s Trinity Group is said to be eyeing Arcadia, parent of Topshop and Topman, according to a report in The Sunday Times of London, which a Shandong spokesperson later denied. “This is not the case and needs to be clarified,” the spokesperson told WWD on Monday.
The report said Shandong could buy all or part of Arcadia, which also owns high-street retailers such as Burton, Miss Selfridge and Evans. The sale of the Topshop and Topman properties could prove trickier as Leonard Green & Partners holds a 25 percent stake in those businesses. LGP purchased the stake in 2012 in a deal that valued the retailers at 2 billion pounds.
An Arcadia spokesman could not be reached for comment on Sunday, and industry sources have dismissed the report, which appeared in the paper’s business section. It would not be unusual for the aggressive Shandong to be looking at any number of Western companies, given its recent buying spree.
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Global Brands Group Inks Licensing Agreement With AllSaints

LONDON — AllSaints, the British contemporary label known for its biker jackets, has signed a licensing agreement with the Hong Kong-listed Global Brands Group to expand its accessories range.
As part of the agreement, GBG will design and distribute men’s and women’s footwear, socks, costume jewelry and cold weather accessories for the brand, starting with the fall 2018 collection. The company plans to distribute the new ranges globally across AllSaints stores and major department stores around the world.
William Kim, AllSaints’ chief executive officer, said that the new deal offers an opportunity to connect with customers across multiple product categories.
Jarrod Kahn, president of accessories and home at GBG, added that the brand’s global appeal offers an attractive opportunity to scale the business through the development of new categories: “With its innovative, contemporary designs and independent spirit, AllSaints is a perfect addition to our strong portfolio of leading consumer brands. As a brand that resonates with consumers globally, we see significant opportunities for growth, and look forward to leveraging our expertise to maximize its potential.”
GBG is part of the Fung Group and manages licensing for several dozen brands including Under Armour, Kenneth Cole, Juicy Couture, Kate Spade New York and Tommy Hilfiger.
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Walpole Unveils Winners of Brands of Tomorrow Mentoring Program

I LOVE YA, TOMORROW: Walpole, the association of high-end British companies, has unveiled the winners of its Brands of Tomorrow program and they include Savile Row tailor Kathryn Sargent, flower delivery service Flowerbx, men’s underwear brand Hamilton and Hare and women’s wear and accessories label Rae Feather.
The brands will receive mentorship from a member of the industry and be able to take part in workshops that will help them with financial planning, distribution, strategy, branding, marketing and business management.
Other brands on the list include Asceno, which does pajamas and swimwear; technical sportswear label Castore; leather goods brands L.O.N.B. and Malle London; Method Studio, a boutique creative production house, London-based lifestyle magazine The Jackal and the oil-based skin-care brand Votary.
Sargent, who launched her tailoring brand in 2012, said she is in growth mode. She was the first female head cutter at a Savile Row tailoring house and first female master tailor to have a store on Savile Row.
“We have seen sales and client numbers continue to grow year-on-year,” Sargent said. “I believe we are now an integral part of London’s tailoring scene and hope to capitalize on this by expanding the brand into new associated categories that will help us grow

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Four Brands Selected for NYFW Men’s China Day

HONG KONG–Changes are coming fast to New York Fashion Week with the discussion of brands shifting to a June/December format while others depart for alternative cities. Attendees can add at least one more change to the list: four Chinese labels are to show in February during men’s under the banner of a China Day.
The chosen brands are: affordable chain Peacebird; Li-Ning, the leading sportswear giant founded by the Olympic champion of the same name; the designer Chen Peng, known for his cocoon-like puffer jackets; and streetwear brand CLOT, founded by Hong Kong entrepreneur Kevin Poon and former actor-musician Edison Chen.
“China Day allows us to further expand the scope of NYFW: Men’s by showcasing the most exciting Chinese fashion talent to the American fashion community,” said CFDA president and chief executive officer Steven Kolb. The initiative is part of CFDA’s overall strategy to build international ties, which will in turn help us strengthen the impact of American fashion globally.”
“Both sides come from the common goal of promoting exchange between Chinese and American fashion industries,” said Jessica Liu, president of Tmall Fashion. “We want to help outstanding Chinese designers gain more recognition in the international fashion community, while also supporting commercial labels to build their brand

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Retailers Seek Best-in-Class Brands at Pitti Uomo

Bruce Pask, men’s fashion director, Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus
What specifically are you looking for at Pitti?
Literally everything. Absolutely anything can catch my eye if it is well conceived and crafted, unique in presentation, best of class and, therefore, perfect for our very discerning customer. The great thing about Pitti Uomo is that there is such a vast variety of compelling clothing, sportswear, accessories, leather goods, knitwear that it is incredibly inspiring season after season. It’s a show meant for discovery. The fall edition is especially rich, with beautiful, luxe outerwear and sweaters.
Which brands are you most excited to see?
I always love to see the Brunello Cucinelli collection. It’s beautifully presented and merchandised and walk-throughs with the team — always impeccably turned out in the new collection — and Mr. Cucinelli are inspiring and thoughtful. The Classico Italia section is always compelling and filled with Made in Italy product that is beautifully crafted and presented. I also just really enjoy walking each of the exhibition buildings, scouting booths and looking for anything that may be eye-catching to me and, consequently, our customer. I am always inspired by the special guest designer runway shows and presentations produced during Pitti where they make

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What to Watch: How Emerging Streetwear Brands Are Navigating 2018

What’s next for streetwear? Critics of the category say the frenzy — see ComplexCon or the crowds that form around Supreme every week — is unsustainable and unhealthy for the market. Newer brands, meanwhile, believe it’s an ideal time to expand their businesses. Here, three young streetwear brands detail how they will approach the year and what they believe is in the pipeline for the category.
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Del the Funky Homosapien in 424. 

Guillermo Andrade opened his Los Angeles concept store, FourTwoFour, which is located on Fairfax, in 2010. He sold pieces from Fear of God along with more established firms such as Rick Owens and Thom Browne. By 2014, Andrade started his own line, 424, that’s been picked up by retailers including Barneys New York and SSENSE.
WWD: What do you think about the current state of streetwear?
Guillermo Andrade: It seems to me that it is very positive. The amount of opportunity out there for a young brand like mine is exponential.
WWD: How do you plan on navigating the industry in 2018?
G.A.: Amongst the sea of hype and all the noise around hot brands, there is one thing that cannot be forgotten and that is product is king. I will continue to focus

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Streetwear Brands Cash In

When Supreme opened its Brooklyn store in early October, WWD asked Angelo Baque, the streetwear company’s former brand director who still oversees its art direction, if the business had changed since it collaborated with Louis Vuitton earlier in the year. His response? Everything was business as usual.
But the next day, WWD broke news that The Carlyle Group could be close to a deal to invest in the company. WWD later learned that the investment, which involved the private equity giant paying $ 500 million for a 50 percent stake in the business, had happened in July and the collaborative collection with Vuitton, which was unveiled at the brand’s men’s wear show in Paris in June, helped seal the deal.
The transaction gave Supreme an enterprise value of $ 1.1 billion, including $ 1 billion in equity and $ 100 million in debt. That translates into just under 10-times the company’s projected earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization of about $ 100 million, sources said.
Supreme declined to comment, but the deal has raised questions about the future of the cool kid brand — and streetwear in general. It immediately turned what was already fashion’s hottest sector into an even hotter one.
Keith Tran, the co-owner of Black Market,

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Tailored Brands Profits Rise 30 Percent in Third Quarter

The picture is brightening for Tailored Brands Inc.
On Wednesday, the men’s wear retailer reported that net profits in the third quarter ended Oct. 28 increased 30 percent to $ 36.9 million, or 75 cents a diluted share, from $ 28.4 million, or 58 cents, a year earlier.
Earnings per share came in 21 cents ahead of the 54 cents analysts projected and helped push shares of the company up 12 percent, to $ 19.26, in after-hours trading Wednesday.
Sales for the three months ended Oct. 28 fell 4.3 percent to $ 810.8 million from $ 846.9 million.
“While we still have more work to do, we are pleased with the progress in our business in the third quarter,” said Doug Ewert, chief executive officer. “We posted positive comparable sales at Jos. A. Bank and sequential comparable-sales improvement at Men’s Wearhouse and K&G, resulting in our second consecutive quarter of positive comparable sales for our retail segment.”
In the period, comparable-store sales at Jos. A. Bank increased 4.9 percent. Comps at the Men’s Wearhouse division fell 1 percent, Moores in Canada was down 2.6 percent and K&G was down 0.6 percent, he said. But on a late-afternoon earnings call with analysts, Ewert said both Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank are

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Street Signs: Roc-a-Fella Cofounder on Building Streetwear Brands

On Nov. 30, Nike will celebrate the 35th anniversary of the Air Force One by releasing five different styles designed by Errolson Hugh of Acronym, Virgil Abloh of Off-White, rapper Travis Scott, Don Crawley of Just Don, and Roc-a-Fella Records cofounder Kareem “Biggs” Burke.
Burke is the unofficial godfather of the group, and in many ways planted the seed from which the rest of the collaborators sprouted. It starts with Roc-a-Fella, which he founded with Jay-Z and Damon Dash in 1994, then moves on to Kanye West, who signed to Roc-a-Fella in the early Aughts. Both Abloh and Crawley, better known as Don C, are directly connected to West — Abloh was his creative director at one point and Crawley served as the road manager and DJ from time to time. And Scott is signed to Good Music, which is West’s record label.
“This is the offspring of what we’ve built,” said Burke. “To see Virgil and Don C’s success, I love that. People talk about legacy and how I want to be remembered and I just want that family tree to keep growing.”
The Roc-a-Fella Air Force One is the only shoe from the capsule that isn’t an entirely new design. In

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Tailored Brands Expands Revolving Credit Facility

Tailored Brands, Inc. has amended its asset-based revolving credit facility to $ 550 million from $ 500 million and extended its maturity to October 2022 from June 2019.
In an early morning disclosure Thursday, Jack Calandra, chief financial officer of the former Men’s Wearhouse, said, “Our amended credit agreement provides Tailored Brands an additional $ 50 million of financial flexibility at a lower cost and better maturity profile.”
The agreement includes a $ 100 million expansion feature and has an improved fee structure. It matures in October of 2022 and is subject to a springing maturity provision relative to the company’s other outstanding debt.
J.P. Morgan Chase Bank was the lead arranger and administrative agent, with Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Wells Fargo Capital Finance as joint lead arrangers and joint book runners, the company said.
Tailored Brands operates over 1,400 stores in the U.S. and Canada under the Men’s Wearhouse, Jos. A. Bank, Joseph Abboud, Moores Clothing for Men and K&G banners.

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Undercover, Takahiromiyashita The Soloist Named Guest Designer Brands at Pitti Uomo

MILAN — Japan is set to steal the spotlight at Pitti Uomo in January.
Undercover and Takahiromiyashita The Soloist will be the guest designer brands at the international men’s wear trade show, running Jan. 9-12 in Florence.
Longtime friends Jun Takahashi, founder and creative director of Undercover, and designer Takahiro Miyashita will both unveil their fall 2018 men’s collections with back-to-back runway shows on Jan. 11.

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The event will mark the return of Takahashi at Pitti Uomo, where he showed his men’s collection on the catwalk in 2009, while Miyashita will host his first Takahiromiyashita The Soloist show outside Japan.
As reported, a day earlier, on Jan. 10, Brooks Brothers will stage its first runway show in the sumptuous Salone dei Cinquecento inside Florence’s Palazzo Vecchio, which will also house a brand retrospective open to the public from Jan. 11 to 14.

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Pitti Uomo’s collaboration with both established and upcoming international labels is part of the trade show’s strategy aimed at imposing itself as the leading player in the men’s wear industry. Last June, the trade show teamed up with Virgil Abloh, founder and creative director of Off-White, and J. W. Anderson, with both showing their

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Why Celebs Are Obsessed With Old Navy Jeans & These Other Denim Brands

ESC: Jeans, Gabrielle UnionRemember the mid-2000s when seemingly everyone was wearing designer jeans?
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Xcel Brands Inc. Expanding Into Men’s Fast Fashion

Xcel Brands Inc. has signed a deal with Stars Design Group Inc. to manufacture its men’s wear collections, and the brand management firm has named Neal Kusnetz president of men’s wear.
In his new role, Kusnetz will oversee licensing and growth of the men’s wear business for Xcel and he will serve as president of Stars Design Group’s men’s retail division, the oversight for sales efforts in connection with Xcel’s men’s products. Prior to joining Xcel, Kusnetz was partner and senior adviser of The Convergence Lab, a business development firm and consultancy think tank focused on technology, media and retail. Prior to that, he cofounded luxury men’s lifestyle and fashion brand Robert Graham, where he served as the brand’s president for almost 15 years.
The initial efforts in men’s will include men’s wear offerings for the H Halston and Highline Collective — the Millennial-focused brand — exclusively at Lord & Taylor and at Hudson’s Bay.
Robert D’Loren, chairman and chief executive officer of Xcel Brands, believes Kusnetz’s expertise will help accelerate the company’s success in the category.
Bret Schnitker, ceo and president of Stars Design, said, “We are encouraged by the success that Xcel has achieved to date and the positive impact [the company’s]

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Tailored Brands Bolsters Marketing, Technology Departments

In a move intended to enhance its marketing and omnichannel initiatives, Tailored Brands Inc. has named Frank Hamlin executive vice president and chief marketing officer and Boris Sherman executive vice president and chief technology officer.
Doug Ewert, chief executive officer of the men’s wear retailer, cited Hamlin’s “deep digital marketing expertise with proven ability to drive traffic, increase brand engagement and enhance customer loyalty programs.” And he also said Sherman is “a strategic leader with more than 20 years of experience driving customer-facing technologies that deliver business value. These executives have the leadership and technical expertise to help us achieve our vision of delivering the best omnichannel experience for men who want to look and feel their best.”
Hamlin most recently served as chief marketing officer for GameStop Corp. where he oversaw the brand portfolio, loyalty, CRM and global omnichannel marketing strategy for the company’s 7,400-plus stores and 40 million loyalty program members. Before that, he was executive vice president and general manager of marketing and e-commerce for Guitar Center Inc. He has a bachelor’s in music from the University of Virginia and an MBA from Harvard Business School and is also a member of the board of directors of Tuesday Morning,

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The Brooklyn Print Studio Fostering a New Generation of Indie T-Shirt Brands

Alex Dondero is dazed and bewildered. The founder of Lqqk Studio — better accustomed to Brooklyn chill — has spent the past 12 hours displaced in Midtown, Manhattan. His print shop has temporarily taken up residence at a high-profile fashion brand based in the Garment District prepping and printing runway samples in the weeks leading up to New York Fashion Week. He phones in at 11 p.m. on the drive home to Bedford-Stuyvesant, remarking, somewhat trancelike, between tollbooths.
This Midtown studio residency — for which Dondero has signed a nondisclosure — is just the latest notch in Lqqk’s ascent. A commercial printing studio, Lqqk (pronounced: “Look”) also produces its own label known for handprinted T-shirts, hats, knapsacks and patterned outerwear that typically sell out within 48 hours of release.
The past year has seen Lqqk lend its distinctly minimal, off-kilter aesthetic to a suite of new partners. The studio has collaborated with Japanese men’s wear brand N. Hoolywood, opened new wholesale channels and devised a sneaker and apparel collaboration with Vans’ tier-one label, Vault, due this spring.
Commercial jobs are but a spoke in Dondero’s wheel. As such, Dondero has used the studio to spin a creative web and establish a Lqqk network

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Russell Brand breached broadcasting rules by making sexual references during a weekend morning radio show, Ofcom has ruled.
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Brands Distancing Themselves From Louise Linton Instagram Post

Valentino has no qualms in denying any ties to Louise Linton after the new wife of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin posted on Instagram an image of herself exiting a government plane and provided a slew of designer hashtags.
A spokeswoman said plainly that “Louise Linton did not receive any gifted merchandise, compensation or loans from Valentino” when asked whether the company had any formal business interest in being tagged in a late Monday post by Linton.
The actress, whose most high-profile role to date is a 2007 appearance on “CSI: NY,” is also not affiliated in any way with and has received no free merchandise from Tom Ford, a brand she also mentioned in her post.
With tags like “#rolandmouret pants,” “#tomford sunnies,” “#hermesscarf,” and “#valentinorockstudheels #valentino,” it seemed like Linton was taking after the growing droves of digital influencers that are compensated for mentioning brands and their products on social media. Instagram is particularly popular for branded influencer-created content.

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Representatives of Roland Mouret and Hermès could not be reached for comment on the post.
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Tailored Brands Names Human Resources Chief

Andrew Iwaskow has joined Tailored Brands Inc. as executive vice president of human resources. He will report to Bruce Thorn, president and chief operating officer, and will serve on the company’s executive management committee.

Iwaskow will oversee all aspects of human resources for the retailer and work to strengthen the company’s ability to attract, develop and retain talent.
“We are pleased to bring Andrew on board to oversee talent acquisition, engagement and development across our organization,” said Thorn. “Andrew is a strategic leader who has a proven track record of developing human resources strategies that enable companies to achieve and exceed their business goals, while developing a great working environment for employees.”
Iwaskow was most recently with Toys ‘R Us as vice president, marketplace human resources. He has more than 25 years of experience in the field including stints at Staples and Party City.
“I am excited to join a leading omnichannel retailer that understands how important engaged employees are to delivering an outstanding customer experience and achieving long-term success,” said Iwaskow. “I look forward to ensuring that we attract, develop and retain top talent to help us execute our strategy to innovate the best men’s specialty store of the future.”
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Intimate Apparel Brands Focus on Innerwear as Outerwear

NEW YORK — As innerwear begins to function as apparel — click through any music festival gallery for proof — brands showing at the Curve New York trade show, which took place at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center this week in New York, continue to think about functionality, duality and Instagram appeal when developing their collections.
“We are seeing a shift with lingerie. It’s becoming the main focal point,” said Jessica Pfister, vice president of Le Mystère. “Girls are wearing bodysuits with pants; bra tops with jackets. The expectation is comfort and quality.”
Le Mystère previewed its Infinite sheer T-shirt bra with an elastic-free, engineered edge that can be worn seven ways. It retails for around $ 65. They also showed a bodysuit anointed “smoothwear,” which retails for $ 89, and a sheer illusion demi scoop bra, which retails for around $ 60. According to Pfister, navy and peach are trending and retailers are looking for larger cup sizes.
“When I started out, everyone was a 34B. Now at minimum everyone is a D. Women are becoming more educated about the fit of bras,” said Pfister.
Evora Russell, the vice president of Curvy Couture, which targets plus-size women with fuller busts, agreed and said retailers and

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Mondelez CEO Rosenfeld to Step Down as Big Food Brands Struggle

Irene Rosenfeld is stepping down after 11 years as chief executive of Mondelez International, as the snack giant faces pressure to improve profitability amid an upheaval in the packaged food business.
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Brands to Ride Wave of Strong Demand at Miami Swim Week

MIAMI — As the retail sector reels, swimwear is sitting pretty. It’s just the good news that vendors and buyers want to hear as they head to the annual Miami Swim Week, whose three trade shows — SwimShow, Hammock and Cabana — begin July 22.
Neck-and-neck with outerwear and ath-leisure for healthy sales, swimwear is one of the few categories still registering growth, according to The NPD Group Inc. The market research firm reported U.S. swimwear sales totaled $ 5 billion from the beginning of June 2016 through the end of May 2017, a 10 percent increase on the same period during the previous year. Innovative fit and fabrics, the wellness movement, and being an early, natural adapter to e-commerce are factors buoying the category when much of the apparel industry is sinking.
“The definitive message on the street is that swimwear is an unstoppable force,” said SwimShow director Judy Stein, of beach-to-boardwalk styles having reached critical mass popularity. “This trend has fueled both start-ups and established brands.”
Marshal Cohen, chief industry analyst for The NPD Group, further cited comfort, durability and improved sizing as reasons consumers feel confident in purchasing swimwear compared to sportswear with its fussier fits and come-and-go trends.
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British Brands Converge on U.S. Men’s Market

With Brexit looming and the potential loss of commerce with other European nations, the U.K. fashion and textile industry is increasing its focus on the American market.
At the men’s trade shows in New York this week, nearly 50 designers and manufacturers of men’s wear brought their wares to the city. Among the brands showing at Project, MRket, Capsule, Liberty Fairs and Man under the tag line “Brits in New York” were Alan Paine, Austin Reed, Barbour, Edward Green, Ettinger, John Smedley, French Connection, Trickers, Derek Rose, Ted Baker London, Troubadour and Richard James.
Paul Alger, director of international business development for the U.K. Fashion & Textile Association, said, “If Brexit happens, we need to make sure we replace the business we’ll lose in continental Europe with other markets. And the U.S. is tops on that list.”
As a result, the UKFT provides grants of 1,200 pounds for brands to show internationally up to six times.
In addition to the U.S., the grants are available to manufacturers showing at Pitti Uomo in Florence, where Alger said 100 U.K. brands were represented at the latest edition in June, as well as at shows in Paris; Lyon, France; Shanghai, and Berlin.
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Canadian Men’s Wear Brands to Watch

Canadian men’s wear brands that focus on elevated basics and athleticwear continue to emerge. Here, WWD highlights newer and more established names that are gaining traction in the market.
Muttonhead
Founded: 2010
Signature: Known for camping and cottage gear, which includes their custom knit and dyed Canadian-made fleece and their waterproof bonded soft shell rain gear.
Biggest breakthrough: Opening bricks-and-mortar stores in 2014.
Fashion philosophy: The focus is on slow fashion that’s made in North America and a 100 percent gender-neutral collection.
Famous fans: Ryan Reynolds, Rachel McAdams, Nelly Furtado, Andre 3000, Neve Campbell and Charlotte Arnold.
Next steps: Opening a traveling store and collaborating with other brands.
 
Wings + Horns

Founded: 2004
Signature: They specialize in knits made in Vancouver, B.C. and sell a lot of 1×1 slub rib fabric henleys, crew necks, zip hoodies and tanks. They are also known for logo-free garments and subtle herringbone details.
Biggest breakthrough: The brand veers away from breakthrough moments and has built a following based on its premium fabrics and high-quality production.
Fashion philosophy: Merge rugged utility with considered simplicity. The line is inspired by the Canadian landscapes and Coast Modern architecture.
Famous fans: Drake, Majid Jordan, Jarod Joseph, Josh Brolin, Ryan Reynolds and John Cho.
Next steps: An ongoing collaboration with Adidas Originals and

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Amazon’s Grocery Ambitions Spell Trouble for Food Brands

Amazon’s deeper push into the grocery business threatens to further pinch packaged-food companies already coping with slowing sales.
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Chanel Apologies to Gabourey Sidibe After She Said She Was Racially Profiled in One of the Brand’s Stores

Gabourey Sidibe isn’t exactly some unknown Hollywood ingénue. After all, this is a woman who was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress after her deeply moving debut role in the film Precious, and has since gone on to star in hugely successful TV shows like American Horror Story and Empire. But famous or not, in an essay she recently penned for Lenny Letter, the actress recounts a completely unacceptable incident of racial profiling while shopping at Chanel, for which the brand promptly issued an official apology.

In the Lenny essay, Sidibe recounts the story of going to a Chanel store near her house in Chicago to pick up a pair of glasses from the brand she’d been coveting. Once there, the saleswoman informed her they didn’t have any eyeglasses, despite them being clearly on display next to the door, instead directing her to a discount frame dealer across the street.

The actress writes, “I’d love to pretend she was being polite, and I’m sure she would love to pretend she was polite, but she was actually condescending. Explaining to me how exactly I should get across the street and out of her sight line, as if I were in kindergarten. I was trying to purchase glasses, and she was trying to get the interaction with me over as soon as possible. Just to be sure of what was happening, I made her tell me to leave, in her pretend-polite way, three times.”

“I knew what she was doing,” Sidibe continues, “She had decided after a single look at me that I wasn’t there to spend any money. Even though I was carrying a Chanel bag, she decided I wasn’t a Chanel customer and so, not worth her time and energy.”

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After her story was published, the French brand was quick to issue an apology, releasing a statement on Wednesday that reads, “Chanel expresses our sincerest regret for the boutique customer service experience that Ms. Sidibe mentioned in this essay. We are sorry that she felt unwelcome and offended. We took her words very seriously and immediately investigated to understand what happened, knowing that this is absolutely not in line with the high standards that Chanel wishes to provide to our customers. We are strongly committed to provide anyone who comes in our boutiques with the best customer service. We do hope that in the future Ms. Sidibe will choose to come back to a Chanel boutique and experience the real Chanel customer experience. ”

Earlier this year the Empire star debuted her memoir, This Is Just My Face: Try Not to Stare, in which she writes about everything from undergoing weight-loss surgery, to her battle with depression, anxiety and bulimia.

“I just didn’t want to worry,” Sidibe, 33, told PEOPLE  in March of her decision to get laparoscopic bariatric surgery after she and her older brother Ahmed, 34, were diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. “I truly didn’t want to worry about all the effects that go along with diabetes. I genuinely worry all the time about losing my toes.”

She’s also taken on a role as body activist. In April, Sidibe penned an essay for InStyle about learning to ignore Internet haters and embracing her inner confidence.

“Ultimately, I like looking and feeling pretty for myself even more than I like pretending to be a queen with subjects. Negative comments don’t have to haunt me,” she wrote. “When it comes to how I look, my opinion is the only one that counts.”

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Brands Bet on Active Underwear

When it comes to men’s underwear these days, it’s all about performance.
Along with a surge of start-ups including Related Garments, MeUndies and Nice Laundry, which are changing the way men purchase underwear and socks via subscription services and “build your own box” purchasing options, the active category is offering underwear brands a means for growth.
According to Marshal Cohen, the chief industry analyst for The NPD Group Inc., sales in the underwear category, which he said is a $ 2.8 billion business in the U.S., are down by 2 percent from last year. But the active underwear category, which makes up 20 percent of the market, is advancing quickly.
“The performance styles are saving the business,” said Cohen. “If you don’t have an active component within your underwear business, you are going to be hard-pressed to find growth.”
Cohen said sales are down because the consumer has shifted from purchasing underwear when they want it to only buying it when they need it — in other words, when those briefs or boxers are no longer wearable. And the active category is expanding because the active and ath-leisure apparel trends, which have slimmer silhouettes, necessitate new, performance-focused styles.
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YouTube Continues Showing Brands’ Ads With Objectionable Videos

A week after Google was forced to apologize for running customers’ advertisements on objectionable videos, triggering a change in policy, its YouTube site is still rife with examples that are ensnaring more big advertisers and causing some to cut spending with the tech giant.
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Tailored Brands Names Bruce Thorn President

Douglas Ewert has relinquished the president’s role at Tailored Brands Inc. to Bruce Thorn.
Thorn, formerly executive vice president and chief operating officer, will report to Ewert, who continues as chief executive officer.
“Bruce has been instrumental in driving Tailored Brands’ operational excellence initiatives through a period of tremendous change for our company,” said Ewert. “Under his stewardship, we right-sized our store base, optimized our supply chain and cost structure and strengthened our omnichannel capabilities. We look forward to his ongoing leadership as we continue to innovate the men’s specialty store experience at Tailored Brands.”
Thorn joined the company in June of 2015 and has been overseeing the supply chain, store operations, information technology, strategic planning, omnichannel initiatives and human resources, among other areas. He will continue to serve on the company’s executive committee.
Prior to joining the men’s wear retailer, Thorn was executive vice president of store operations, services and supply chain for PetSmart Inc. He has also worked for Gap Inc., Cintas Corp., Lesco Inc. and the U.S. Army.
Earlier this month, Tailored Brands reported earnings in 2016 of $ 25 million, or 51 cents a diluted share, up from losses of $ 1 billion a year earlier. Tailored Brands’ total operating income for the year came in at $ 132.8

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Business Media Brands Battling for ‘C-Suite’ Trademark Right

Rival business brands are heading to court to determine which has the right to use the term “C-Suite.” C-Suite Media, the L.A.-based company that publishes “C-Suite Quarterly,” has filed a federal trademark infringement suit against C-Suite Network. Both pitch themselves as multi-platform media companies, with conferences and content aimed at high-level business executives. C-Suite Media,… Read more »

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Tailored Brands Results Hurt by Failing Macy’s Partnership

The marriage between Macy’s and Tailored Brands is on the rocks.
At the same time that it reported sales declines for fiscal 2016 and warned of another tough year ahead, Tailored Brands revealed that its tuxedo rental initiative at Macy’s Inc. has failed to perform up to expectations.
Wall Street was quick to punish the company, pushing its stock down $ 7.53, or 32 percent, Thursday to close at $ 15.84 on the New York Stock Exchange.
In mid-2015, the men’s wear retailer inked a deal with Macy’s to open tuxedo rental shops inside 300 stores. By the end of 2016, Tailored Brands had opened 170 shops.
However, during a conference call with analysts, Douglas Ewert, chief executive officer of Tailored Brands, said: “The results we’ve seen thus far have been disappointing. We anticipated start-up losses of $ 10 million during 2016, which grew to $ 14 million, due in part to most of our stores missing the bulk of the wedding season.
“Based on last year’s results and the early reads on 2017, we now believe that the tux rental opportunity with Macy’s is not likely to be as big as we initially thought. We’re in conversations with Macy’s at the highest levels to look at creating a

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One of New York’s Coolest Clothing Brands Wants You to Have Great Looking Hair

Saturdays NYC has released a lineup of three new styling products.

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Some very big labels are building new narratives by showing men’s and women’s at once.

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Four New Brands to Watch During NYFW

Ahead of New York Fashion Week, WWD scouted emerging brands new to the show calendar looking to break into the U.S. market. From the conceptual and quirky to the blissfully wearable and approachable, here are some fast facts on these designers and their collections, and click through the slideshow for a first look at pieces from fall.
 

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Designer: Ally Ferguson
The name: “The label is Seeker, which derives from the time I resigned from my 9-to-5 job to travel throughout India and the East in search of a new horizon,” said Ferguson.
Origins: “I am a Los Angeles native. I decided to settle back in L.A. after exiting college in 2006, when I devoted my career wholly to fashion. Los Angeles is a manufacturing hub and an ideal place to return to when you spend the majority of your time seeking new adventures. “Additionally, I believe Los Angeles needs creatives to set their roots here to bring like-minded individuals out to inspire a real creative movement. I think we’ve got the ball rolling.”
Background: “Before I founded Seeker, I had quite a few years of strategically working my way up the ladder. My first position was with G-Star, which was an incredible learning experience.

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Walpole Announces Annual Brands of Tomorrow Mentoring Program Winners

WALPOLE WINNERS: Walpole, an association for British luxury labels has announced the lineup of 12 brands that will take part in the Brands of Tomorrow program, WWD has learned.
The 12 brands selected are Agi & Sam, Capstar, Helen Amy Murray, Tessa Packard, Alexandra Llewellyn, Duke & Dexter, Hillier Bartley, The New Craftsmen, Camilla Elphick, Exmoor Caviar, Rory Dobner and Troubadour Goods.
The scheme, in association with Mishcon de Reya and Sloane Point Partners, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Recipients were chosen from a shortlist that presented their business plans to the selection panel. Each brand will be paired with an industry mentor and will attend workshops that are focused on financial planning, distribution, strategy, branding, marketing and business management.
Agape Mdumulla and Sam Cotton, the design duo behind Agi & Sam said they are at a critical phase in their growth. “We are still being recognized as an emerging brand but tipping the line of semi-established,” Mdumulla said. “We need to take advantage of the attention while ensuring that we emerge and cement our place within the faculty of other established British fashion designers. With the help of Walpole and it’s mentors we can critically analyze the various paths available to us

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ESC: Ciara, Bikini Brands Celebs LoveA genuine celeb endorsement on Instagram is hard to find.
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Can Urban Streetwear Brands Make a Resurgence?

Don’t call it a comeback.
Before there was streetwear, there was urban streetwear, which consisted of brands that were a direct product of hip-hop culture.
Walk into any retailer today, whether it’s a big-box chain or a luxury department store, and there are traces, reinterpretations and sometimes replicas of urban streetwear pieces from brands such as Fubu, Phat Farm, Rocawear, Sean John and others that hit their peak during the late Nineties and early Aughts.
While brands including Guess, Nautica and Calvin Klein have capitalized on this Nineties trend with capsule collections targeting a younger consumer — Guess partnered with A$ AP Rocky and Nautica tapped 19-year-old rapper Lil Yachty  — urban streetwear brands have yet to do the same.

Lil Yachty in a piece from the capsule collection. 

In some cases, it’s intentional as former teen favorites have opted to grow along with their customers and stop chasing a fickle young consumer. But for others, the industry says it’s impossible to make a major comeback given the current marketplace.
“I don’t want to make clothes for Millennials,” said Russell Simmons, who founded Phat Farm in 1992. “That’s not my brand.”
Simmons is instead concentrating on his new Los Angeles yoga studio and active line, which are both called Tantris

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Gap Veteran Calandra to Join Tailored Brands as Chief Financial Officer

Jack Calandra will join Tailored Brands Inc. as executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer, effective Jan. 3.
Calandra, who has an extensive background in the retail and consumer products industry, including 10 years with The Gap, will oversee corporate finance, accounting, treasury and investor relations for the Fremont, Calif.-based retailer. He will also serve on the company’s executive committee. Calandra will report to president and chief executive officer Doug Ewert.
“Throughout his career, Jack has demonstrated dynamic and strategic financial leadership at Fortune 500 retail and consumer brands and I am pleased to welcome him to Tailored Brands,” said Ewert. “He will be an exceptional addition to our team as we leverage our position as a leading authority on men’s wear to deliver an unparalleled customer experience in today’s omnichannel world.”
Calandra said he looked forward to “supporting our growth through disciplined financial management.”
Calandra was most recently senior vice president of corporate finance and investor relations for The Gap Inc., where he had worked for the past decade. During his time at Gap, he was cfo of the Banana Republic Global division and of Gap Direct, the e-commerce division. While at Gap Direct, Calandra played a key role in the acquisition of Athleta.
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Tailored Brands Returns to Profitability in Third Quarter

Investors applauded signs of turnaround at Tailored Brands’ Jos. A. Bank division, driving the company’s stock up 39.7 percent to $ 26.44 on Thursday.
But just as the troublesome acquisition of Bank seems to be getting back on track, the firm’s other divisions are feeling the pain of the challenging retail environment.
Tailored Brands raised guidance for the year and is expecting full-year 2016 adjusted earnings per share will hit $ 1.70 to $ 1.85 a diluted share, up from the previous range of $ 1.55 to $ 1.85.
The updated guidance reflects the company’s expectation for Jos. A. Bank’s comparable sales to be up mid- to high-single-digits and Men’s Wearhouse’s comparable sales to be down slightly in the fourth quarter.
Eric Beder of Wunderlich Securities reiterated his “buy” rating on the stock Thursday, raising the target price to $ 30 from $ 20 and increasing the EPS projections for fiscal-year 2017 and fiscal-year 2018 to $ 1.79 from $ 1.70 and $ 2.16 from $ 2.
Moody’s was similarly upbeat, with analyst Mike Zuccaro, saying: “As expected, Tailored Brands is making progress with the Jos. A. Bank turnaround, as well as its store rationalization initiatives and goal to achieve $ 50 million of cost savings this year. With a focus on reducing debt, the company is on track

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Big Brands Help Fund Fake-News Sites

Ads from well-known companies often appear on sites with false or misleading news, helping them generate tens of thousands of dollars in monthly revenue.
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Global Brands Acquires Majority Stake in Sean John

Diddy has a new partner.
Global Brands Group Holding Ltd. has purchased a majority stake in Sean John, the men’s lifestyle brand founded 18 years ago by hip-hop entrepreneur Sean “Diddy” Combs — alternately known as Puff Daddy or Puffy. The deal, the terms of which were not disclosed, also includes Combs’ Enyce brand.
Sean John, which has annual retail sales of around $ 450 million, as well as the smaller Enyce brand, will become part of CAA-GBG Global Brand Management Group, a division that involves a number of celebrity labels including Jennifer Lopez, Eva Longoria and the Bob Marley Estate, as well as Coca-Cola, Jeep and Hershey’s.
Combs will retain a minority interest — believed to be around 20 percent — and will continue to be involved in the marketing and promotion of the Sean John brand. Jeff Tweedy, Sean John’s longtime president, will remain in his position, and the brand’s current roster of licenses — as well as its exclusive relationship with Macy’s for the sportswear line — will also continue.
“When we started Sean John, it was my dream to build it into an aspirational brand for the young consumer,” said Combs, chief executive officer of Sean John and chairman of Combs Enterprises.

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Jordan Brand’s New Space Jam Teaser Has a Warning for Future Superteams

Starring Jimmy Butler and a whole lot of Monstars propaganda.

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Teen retailers have taken a beating in the past year as young consumers eschew uniformity and turn to lesser-known or fast-fashion options.
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GREG LAUREN
He has what can arguably be called the most famous last name in American fashion. But that doesn’t intimidate Greg Lauren.
“It’s a very powerful name and it’s impossible for me to meet anyone without them having preconceived notions, but it’s only part of me. It doesn’t define me,” he said.
His father is Jerry Lauren, the longtime executive vice president of men’s design for Ralph Lauren Corp., And, of course, Jerry’s brother is…Greg’s Uncle Ralph. So the provenance is impressive indeed.
But Greg Lauren is his own man, with design on his mind and art in his heart. And his apparel collection, which launched in 2011, is an extension and evolution of his paintings and paper sculptures.
“I never looked at it as making a jump into fashion,” he said. Instead, he paired the innate knowledge he acquired growing up in a fashion family with his artistic aesthetic.
What that translates into on the runway is a collection that uses repurposed fabrics such as vintage duffel bags, sailors’ uniforms and Army tents to create a military-inspired assortment of deconstructed suits, field jackets, trenchcoats and even a touch of tailored clothing.
Lauren grew up loving “vintage military everything….That led me to experiment and make a

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Tmall Promotion Underscores Heightened Competition in China For U.S. Brands

DEALS, DEALS, DEALS: Tmall.com created an online frenzy with its latest blowout featuring more than 1,000 fashion brands.
The apparel promotion, held twice a year — one for spring and another for fall — this time around boasts a number of brands exclusive to Tmall.com, including Timberland, Decathlon and Zara.
The retailer sweetened the deal to customers with a same-day shipping option, aided by participating stores that will send items purchased online to a customer’s home.
It’s part of a larger strategy to bridge the online and off-line worlds, said a spokeswoman with Tmall.com parent Alibaba Group.
“That’s a very important strategy for Alibaba Group,” the spokeswoman said. “You have a lot of shoppers sometimes when they order online, they want to go in stores and get a sense of the look and feel of something.”
So customers shopping in-store, can make a purchase online with the scan of a QR code or schedule to have product seen in-store delivered to their homes. The option is available in more than 10 cities.
It’s another point of distinction for the online retailer as competition remains fierce to bring U.S. brands to the Chinese consumer.
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5 Brands Refreshing Men’s Denim

With the rise of the men’s ath-leisure trend — the NPD Group said U.S. sales of activewear were up 6 percent in the first quarter of this year — the common narrative is that denim is what’s taking the hit.
While that’s true to a certain extent — NPD also found sales within the men’s denim category were down by 2 percent from last year in the same time frame — it hasn’t stopped brands from entering the market.
“It’s never really a good time to launch a denim brand, but we just felt like consumers are always looking for something new,” said Casey Egan, who cofounded Deconstructed Indigo Garments, a men’s and women’s denim line, in 2014. “No matter what trend comes through, denim will always have a place. We just want to challenge people to think differently about the way they wear it.”
Egan’s line joins four other men’s denim brands that are hoping to refresh the category by offering interesting washes, special details and new silhouettes that move beyond the skinny jean.
 
RON HERMAN
Ron Herman, who owns Ron Herman stores in California and Japan, admits the denim category is crowded.
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How Men’s Wear Brands Stay Relevant

In three years, Brooks Brothers will turn 200. Paul Stuart opened its doors for the first time in 1938. The first incarnation of what is now the Mitchells Family of Stores made its debut in Westport, Conn., in 1958.
But the longevity of these retailers is more the exception than the rule.
For decades, stores like these were the backbone of the men’s industry. But as time passed and the country changed radically, a large number of specialty retailers were unable to survive and are now just a footnote in the industry’s history. The stores that have survived and prospered attribute their endurance to their ability to evolve — without losing sight of their history.
“Everything has to move forward — rust will kill you,” said Tom Mastronardi, chief marketing officer for Paul Stuart.
Arnold Aronson, managing director of retail strategies for Kurt Salmon Associates, agrees: “On a macro level, it has certainly helped that the men’s business has been on one of the more healthy and growing retail categories as men have become more fashion-conscious and eclectic in both their business and casual attire,” he said. “But the major reason that has allowed some, not all, of the venerable men’s retailers to survive

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8 Amazing New Handbag Brands That Will Inspire You to Go Shopping Now

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If there’s one thing we learned from the Mansur Gavriel bucket bag phenomenon, it’s that when you find a bag you love, buy it immediately or risk being waitlisted.

So whether you’re still on the waitlist for a Mansur Gavriel bag or are simply on the hunt for a terrific everyday handbag, scope out these styles from eight new brands we’re beyond excited about.

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The Brand: Gunas New York

The “It” Bag: The Flamingo satchel, $ 165
Why We Love It: This vegan bags hits all the high notes: Great color, silhouette, lots of details and it’s affordable.

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The Brand: Mandy Chang Design Studio

The “It” Bag: The Pushing The Envelope tote, $ 480
Why We Love It: It’s no surprise that this bag earned the top prize at the Independent Handbag Awards earlier this month. It’s angular, but graceful at the same time. It’s an ideal work bag.

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The Brand: Little Liffner
The “It” Bag: The Saddle Up bag, $ 279
Why We Love It: Swedish designer Paulina Liffner delivers luxurious elements, such lizard embossing and custom hardware, at a fair price. This saddle bag’s got them all.

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The Brand: Vaska Bags
The “It” Bag: Sini, $ 345 (converted from euros at current exchange rates)
Why We Love It: The silver foil stamp, smooth periwinkle leather and perfect proportions are all so right now. It’s minimalism at its finest!

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The Brand: Mary Lai

The “It” Bag: The Knox Backpack, $ 458
Why We Love It: The backpack trend is still going strong, but it’s a slippery slope from downtown cool to downright childish. This one has the look of a shopper with those oh-so-convenient straps that make multitasking that much easier.

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The Brand: La Contrie

The “It” Bag: Rohan, $ 805 (converted from the euro at current exchange rates)
Why We Love It: While this is the priciest of the lot, take note that designer Edwina de Charette hand-makes each bag in the color and cord combinations of your choosing. And the quality is terrific; you’ll wear this one for years to come.

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The Brand: OK Autumn
The “It” Bag: Standard Circle bag, $ 350
Why We Love It: London-based designers Hyung-ok Park and Autumn Gaeul Ryu are all about geometry and architecture. This bucket-duffel hybrid is based is based on a circle and folds flat. Perfect for travel!

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The Brand: Kara

The “It” Bag: Large Stowaway Bag, $ 390
Why We Love It: If you love the look of a minimal bag, but prefer something unstructured (a.k.a. the bag you can stuff everything but the kitchen sink into), this is your best bet. Plus, the zip closure is ideal when you’re wearing it cross body, so no one can tell that you’ve packed your gym clothes among other unmentionables in there. Don’t worry, we won’t tell either.

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4 Greek Brands That Will Help You Complete Your Summer Wardrobe

Whether you’re looking for the ideal summer destination, or scrolling through international news, you are sure to stumble upon Greece. In the midst of its struggling financial situation one may wonder what else the country has to offer besides its rich history, culture, and hospitality? Well, the answer is its fashion scene.

Inspired from their country’s roots, four Greek fashion brands show that it is possible to create and promote something unique in times of financial insecurity. Here are four Greek brands that you should know about:

Ancient Greek Sandals

From Emma Watson to Rihanna, many celebrities choose to elevate their summer looks with a pair of Ancient Greek Sandals. Influenced from the widely-worn traditional leather sandals sold in every corner of Greece, the brand’s designers wanted to create a pair of sandals of high quality that would last for summers and summers. Subtle colors and intricate designs exemplify the brand’s originality, as they combine a long tradition with new fashion trends.

Isapera Sandals

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As the brand’s name reveals, Isapera, which is Greek for “straight ahead and beyond,” is inspired from the traditional Greek sandal model but offers an interesting twist on the classic footwear. Each pair of sandals is unique for its striking colors and multitude of textures. These sandals will amp up any outfit and are the only pair of shoes you will be need this summer.

Koku

A splash of bright color makes these bags essential for your summer travels. Fun designs, delicate crafting and made with care in Greece, Koku bags stand out for their originality. Carry them at a summer festival, on the beach or even in the middle of the city, these lightweight bags are ideal for the warm season.

Callista Crafts

The search is over, we’ve found the perfect bag to carry from day to night. Crafted in Greece, Callista bags stay true to their simple yet sophisticated design with fine Italian leather and signature knots. The bags come in every shape and size and in an array of colors, ideal for all year round.

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There Are More Than 100 New Brands at Forever 21: Are You Missing Out?

Get ready to shop Forever 21 in a whole new way. You may know about the retail empire’s in-house lines—like separates-driven Love 21 and plus size-friendly Forever 21+—but did you know that the store also sells other non-Forever 21 brands exclusively on its website? Check out what we found in Forever 21’s Branded Shop.

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Blessed Are the Meek Open-Knit Midi Dress, $ 180, forever21.com

According to a brand spokesperson, the Forever 21 shop-in-shop experience launched in November 2014 (quietly, we might add) with approximately 20 non-Forever 21 labels. To date, there are currently more than 100—and more to follow. They range from more well-known names such as Dolce Vita, Ban.do, and Happy Socks, to up-and-coming brands like Amber Sceats, Rise of Dawn, and Clashist.

While Forever 21 isn’t the first brand to make retail partnerships work—J.Crew’s In Good Company collective started back in 2007 and Target launched a limited partnership with brands called The Shops at Target in 2012—it is interesting to see the company diversify its offerings past what we’ve known for almost 20 years.

Shop our picks from the Branded Shop below then let us know: Are you excited for Forever 21’s new direction?





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Sequential Brands Reveals Details of Jessica Simpson Purchase

JESSICA’S DEAL: Sequential Brands Group Inc., which entered into an agreement last week to acquire a majority stake in the Jessica Simpson brand, including the Jessica Simpson Collection master license and other rights, revealed details of the deal in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission Tuesday. According to the filing, Sequential entered into a purchase agreement with With You Inc., a California corporation; Corny Dog Inc., (“Corny Dog” and, together with WYI, the “sellers”); With You LLC, a Delaware limited liability company (“NewCo”), and Jessica Simpson, in her capacity as the sole stockholder of each of the “sellers.” Sequential will acquire membership interests in NewCo for an aggregate price of $ 117.5 million in cash and 97,087 shares of common stock of Sequential. Consequently, Sequential will own 62.5 percent of the outstanding membership interests in NewCo, and With You Inc. will own the remaining 37.5 percent.

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Sunrise Brands Sells Superdry License to SuperGroup Plc.

Sunrise Brands has sold its North American license for Superdry to Superdry’s parent company, SuperGroup Plc. Terms were not disclosed.
The deal includes the exclusive rights to distribute Superdry products in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. It follows on the heels of SuperGroup’s acquisition of its Scandinavian, Spanish and German licensees over the last 18 months.
Sunrise Brands acquired the Superdry North American license in 2008 and has opened 15 stores around the U.S., including New York, Miami, San Francisco and Los Angeles. A store is also slated for Las Vegas.
Superdry also sells wholesale at Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s and Hudson’s Bay.
“We are proud to have spearheaded the launch of the Superdry brand in North America over these past seven years,” said Gerard Guez, founder and chief executive officer of SDUSA, LLC. “As we hand the reins back to SuperGroup, I remain extremely bullish on Superdry’s future in North America and know it is in good hands. This is an important step in SuperGroup’s long-term vision of bringing the Superdry brand back under one roof, and I couldn’t be happier for the company and its shareholders.”

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Fashion Brands Turning Out for Coachella

COACHELLA’S FASHION PLAYLIST: At this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which starts Weekend One on April 10, there’s been a turnover among some of the major fashion companies that have used the three-day weekend as one long branding showcase. Guess and Lacoste have exited the scene this year, while Pandora jewelry is arriving at the Parker Palm Springs resort with the “Pandora Jewelry Fashion Experience,” four runway shows over three days featuring Siwy Denim, Plenty by Tracy Reese, Nanette Lepore and Whit. The designers, who are creating limited edition Pandora pieces to be worn with their collections, most of which will be shoppable right from the runway, will be on hand for meet-and-greets with the invite-only crowd.
H&M, a six-year sponsor of the festival, will have a pop-up shop/experiential tent for its H&M Loves Coachella collection at the Indio, Calif., fairgrounds, but is skipping a big off-site bash this year in favor of a more intimate gathering at the Parker on Friday evening.
Saturday, April 11, will be a day of dueling fashion events in Palm Springs. The Council of Fashion Designers of America will partner with PopSugar Inc. and guest Mara Hoffman for a brunch to celebrate the April

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Iggy Azalea has sent a “special message” to Azealia Banks on Twitter following a row over Grammy nominations.
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