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Latest in Mens Retail Business

John Lewis Sees Growth in Menswear Category With Own Label Brands

Sales have increased across brands such as Anyday, Kin and John Lewis & Partners.

Dior Men Opens Miami Design District Store

The two-story boutique will offer all men's categories.

Destination XL Extends Contract With CEO Harvey Kanter

The executive will remain at the helm for the next two years.

Energy and Enthusiasm Reign at Chicago Collective Men’s Show

Retailers were upbeat as they shopped the 400-plus brands at the Merchandise Mart last week.

Bruce Schedler, the Architect of the Chicago Collective

The vice president of the men's show systematically set out to upgrade the brands on exhibit — and the…

Snipes, DJ Khaled Team on Miami Flagship

The more than 6,000-square-foot flagship, called We the Best x Snipes, offers unique, interactive experiences.

Lids to Open Paris Saint-Germain Store at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas

This marks the third retail store for the soccer brand in the U.S.

Comfort, Color and Casual Were the Buzzwords at New York Trade Shows

Project and Man showcased collections for spring 2024 in a variety of categories.

Essx Opens on the Lower East Side 

The 7,000-square-foot store offers an array of services to help customers discover new brands.

Bob’s Watches Signs Golfer Kurt Kitayama as Ambassador

The retailer sells vintage and pre-owned luxury timepieces.

True Classic Expands Offering Into Commuter Collection

The line of shirts and pants is intended for guys seeking sophisticated, comfortable alternatives to suits.

Lessons to Learn From Men’s Brands That Broke Out

Vuori, Psycho Bunny, Johnnie-O, Faherty and Bombas have managed to navigate the pitfalls that have destroyed…

John Elliott Opens First International Store 

The new Toronto location is the fashion label's sixth overall store. 

Men’s Showrooms, Trade Shows, Agencies Banding Together in July

United Men's Fashion Association will host a cocktail party in New York on July 18.

True Classic Named E&Y’s Entrepreneur of the Year in L.A.

The men's basics brand has grown into a $250 million business since its founding four years ago.