The United States has free-trade agreements with 20 countries around the world, but only 14 percent of the apparel imported into the United States actually takes advantage of them.
Five-day line-up at Orange County Fashion Week, starting March 3
New York–based business application software provider Infor has launched Infor Fashion Product Lifecycle Management to help apparel makers connect all product development functions along the supply chain.
Bologna, Italy–based men’s and women’s collection Imperial has been on a growth track since its launch in 1978 by Adriano Aere and Emilia Giberti.
When field testing its newly introduced Taurus II leather-cutting system, Gerber Technology found the system improved yield results by as much as 10 percent over manual or die cutting.
The world of retail is rapidly changing, but one practice of the business hasn’t changed; the pre-spring sale.
Old Navy makes a donation to help the Philippine victims of Typhoon Haiyan.
Some people just stand out, even in a place like Capsule trade show where you gotta look different. Meet Shamon and Pugs Atoms
Check the time, Meister, a new watch label, exhibited at the Liberty Fashion & Lifestyle Fairs trade show in Las Vegas.
Catherine Martin is being honored for her costume designs for "The Great Gatsby."
The costumers for TV shows Mad Men, Scandal and The Mindy Project kibbitz on costuming
Banana Republic injects California cool into its Spring collection.
Bleu/Rod Beattie has been sold by New York swimwear manufacturer A.H. Schreiber Co. to Amerex Group.
There's a new address for sneakerheads in downtown Los Angeles.
Hip Hop Star Tyga Opens Boutique Fit for a Pharoah
Take a peek at the Fall 2014 collection of Au Vyda
Show Coverage in Las Vegas
Domestic and international retailers navigated the more than 20 events held across the city at this week's Las Vegas apparel, accessories and sourcing shows.
Chief Executive Officer Glenn Murphy, the San Francisco–based specialty retailer and owner of Gap stores, Old Navy and Banana Republic will raise the minimum wage for its U.S. employees to $9 this year and $10 in 2015.
California’s economy next year should be on a positive path, growing slightly more than the U.S. economy as the housing market and other industries forge ahead and grow, according to a recent economic forecast released by the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp.