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Prada, Carlo Mazzi, Miuccia Prada, Patrizio Bertelli, tax, legal, court, case, investigation, Domenico Dolce, Stefano Gabbana, tax evasion, Matteo Marzotto, Italian Tax Authority, Hong Kong Stock Exchange,

Prada Latest in String of Italian Tax Cases

This fall is shaping up to be a busy one at the courthouse for the Italian fashion industry and ongoing tax investigations.

Holt Renfrew, Toronto, Canada, Mark Derbyshire, Holt Renfrew Men, department store, retail, Bloor Street, Brunello Cucinelli, Paul Smith, Valextra,

Holt Renfrew to Open Men's-Only Store

The 16,500-square-foot, two-level store, opens Wednesday at 100 Bloor Street West in Toronto, a block from Holt’s Bloor Street flagship.

Donna Karan International, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, lvmh, Caroline Brown, ceo, Carolina Herrera, Pierre-Yves Roussel, Marc Jacobs International, Sebastian Suhl, Givenchy, DKNY, Mark Weber,

LVMH Eyeing New Strategy for Donna Karan Intl.

Parent company has tapped Caroline Brown to become chief executive officer of the New York-based fashion house, effective Jan. 15.

Federal Court Judge Rejects Abercrombie & Fitch Pension Fund Settlement

Friday’s decision is connected to a lawsuit filed in August.

American Apparel Names Scott Brubaker Interim CEO

Alvarez & Marsal executive takes over from John Luttrell.

Study: Stores Battling Information Overload

E-commerce and digital technology have flooded retailers with customer data, but only a small number have taken the time to utilize it.

Dov Charney, American Apparel, founder, board, decision, investigation, sexual harassment, lawsuit, Standard General, dismissal,

Dov Charney Presses On as Decision Day Nears

A lightning rod of a libertine, the American Apparel founder still working on his ninth life at the company.

Kevin Plank Invests in Knot Standard

The chief executive officer of Under Armour has made an investment in the online bespoke men’s wear firm through his personal investment arm.

Michael Kors, fashion, brand, ipo, initial public offering, Tory Burch, Marc Jacobs, Diane von Furstenberg, Kate Spade, Michael Kors Holdings, Lawrence Stroll, Silas Chou, John Idol, Vince, LVMH,

The Hunt for Next Michael Kors Continues

The designer and his $15 billion fashion empire are proving to be a tough act to follow, but that isn’t stopping a slew of others from trying.

Nike, Q1, first, quarter, earnings, outlook, stock, converse,

Strong Q1 Sends Nike Stock to All-Time High

On Thursday the sports footwear and apparel powerhouse reported results that surpassed even the most optimistic estimates of analysts.

Sears Canada CEO Douglas Campbell to Exit

Plans to return to U.S. to ‘tend to personal family issues.’

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