By Andrew Asch | May 16, 2013
“Live Fast”, born in 2005, now sees its future in department stores as well as gyms and boxing arenas both in the United States and internationally.
More and more frequently, brands are looking backwards in their history to move their inspiration forward. Designer Jason Bleick rediscovered the famed surf brand Hang Ten on the racks at Kohl’s.
When Brian Hirth started screen-printing in 1977, T-shirts were not the fashion item they are today—but “a walking billboard” for a restaurant or other local business.
Quiksilver Inc., the surf brand based in Huntington Beach, Calif., has seen a trail of red ink on its books in the past few years.
Antex Knitting Mills/div. of Matchmaster Dyeing & Finishing Inc. California Label Products Design Knit, Inc.
Volcom, Inc. has announced the appointment of Mandy Fry as Vice President of Women’s.
David Perry has a business that, in a way, is a matchmaker for fashion companies hoping to produce clothing in the United States.
True Religion Apparel, Inc. has agreed to be acquired by TowerBrook Capital Partners L.P., a New York and London-based investment management firm, for $835 million.
A.Hutching is a new menswear line with a clean, fashion-forward aesthetic made from luxurious materials.
Antonio Barragan has dressed The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith and Bon Jovi, and now the designer has created his own collection
With 45 percent of a major department store’s merchandise being dedicated to private labels and another 40 percent carved out for brands
The recent building collapse in Bangladesh that killed more than 800 garment workers
Guess Inc. has won the second round in a series of trademark cases it has been battling with Gucci.
With 45 percent of a major department store’s merchandise being dedicated to private labels and another 40 percent carved out for brands, there’s not a lot of room left over for new apparel companies.
Otis College of Art + Design is launching the “Otis Sustainability Alliance,” a partnership between industry leaders from the fashion, design, art and higher-education communities who are dedicated in collaborating to create environmental, social and economic change.