Deborah Belgum

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Israeli Clothing Company Acquires P.J. Salvage Brand

After 20 years of making women’s pajamas and loungewear, P.J. Salvage has been sold to an Israeli clothing company for an undisclosed price.

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Showroom Profiles: Nicasa Showroom

Showroom Profiles

For eight years, Nicole Odenwald was the national sales director for Wildfox, working out of the Los Angeles clothing company’s third-floor showroom in the Cooper Design Space.

COS Opening Its Second California Store


Up until now, there have been only two COS stores in the United States—one in New York and one in Beverly Hills.

Industry Focus Finance: How Will Mergers in the Factoring Business Affect Clothing Manufacturers?


In recent months, there has been some consolidation in the factoring and banking business, with CIT Group acquiring OneWest Bank and Sterling National Bank purchasing a factoring portfolio from First Capital Corp.

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Cashmere Sample Sale in Santa Monica


With a move to a new office, 360 Cashmere is selling some of its samples.

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Athleta Opening Fifth Store in LA Area


Athleta one of many stores opening at The Point in El Segundo.

CIT Merging With OneWest Bank


CIT Group, the largest apparel factor in the United States, is merging with One­West Bank in Pasadena, Calif., in a deal worth $3.4 billion.

P.J. Salvage Hires New Executive to Focus on International Expansion


P.J. Salvage—the Irvine, Calif., company that specializes in making fashionable loungewear, pajamas and women’s intimates—has hired Emma Wessman to make the venture more global.

Z Supply Hires New Chief Operating Officer


Z Supply hires on Heidi Muther as chief operating officer to further promote the company's aggressive growth path.

Levi’s Expands Recycling Program


Levi's, the San Francisco clothing company recently announced it has expanded its used-clothing recycling program to include all its stores instead of a limited number of outposts.

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