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British Men's Wear Still Finding Its Footing

With the British government providing tax breaks of 50 percent to start-up brands, the United Kingdom has become a destination for burgeoning labels.

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The Webster Men's Opens in Bal Harbour

The 1,700-square-foot store sports an “edgier” mix of designer men’s brands, including about 10 labels new to the store.

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HBC's Mortgage Deal Values Saks Flagship at $3.7B

Hudson's Bay Co. has revealed plans for a $1.25 billion, 20-year mortgage on the ground underneath its Saks Fifth Avenue flagship in New York City.

Tie Bar Names E-commerce Exec

Tim Grace has been named vice president of e-commerce.

C&A Ups Compensation to Bangladesh Victims, as Michigan Threatens to Drop VF

The aftermath of factory tragedies in Bangladesh has sparked new action.

Hugo Boss Executive Exits

Ingo Wilts, senior vice-president of Boss Menswear is leaving the German fashion giant after only four months.

Chinese Consumers Seen Shrugging Off Interest Rate Cut

Consumer confidence will be minimally impacted by the surprise rate cuts unveiled last week by China’s central bank.

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Newsmaker of the Year: The Nominees

The winner, selected by WWD editors, will be revealed in the annual Year in Fashion issue on Dec. 15.

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Destination XL Sees Q3 Sales Boost Despite Loss

Comparable sales in stores converted to new format rise 12.8%.

Abercrombie Sets Mexican Entry

A&F, Hollister brands to open through Grupo Axo franchise arrangement.

More Caution Than Optimism in Stores' Q4 Views

Retailers reporting third-quarter sales are seeing some hopeful signs for holiday.

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