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Sunday, February 1, 2015
BCBGMAXAZRIA Group advances omni-channel strategy  (2015-01-29)
  Fashion retailer BCBGMAXAZRIA Group has expanded its relationship with Demandware to advance its omni-channel initiatives and enhance the in-store customer shopping experience.
Next's head of menswear design to join M&S  (2015-01-30)
  Next's head of men's wear design, Simon Hawksworth, is to join UK retailer Marks & Spencer in the same role.
Kate Spade to shut Saturday and Jack Spade stores  (2015-01-30)
  US retailer Kate Spade & Co. has revealed plans to close its Kate Spade Saturday and Jack Spade stores as it focuses long-term investment on its flagship Kate Spade New York brand.
UK consumer sentiment rebounds in January  (2015-01-30)
  Confidence among UK consumers increased in January, rebounding from the nine month low it reached last month.
PLM to optimise Petit Bateau product development  (2015-01-30)
  French clothing brand Petit Bateau is adopting Lectra Fashion PLM to accelerate product development cycles and reduce lead times.
Apparel firms call for passage of tariff bill  (2015-01-29)
  US textile and apparel manufacturing companies are calling on Congress to pass the Miscellaneous Tariff Bill (MTB), which they say would eliminate or reduce import duties on products not available in the US.
Top stories this week on just-style...  (2015-01-30)
  The most-read stories on just-style this week include a look at the latest innovations and technology that were on show at the Outdoor Retailer trade show, Gap's decision to close its Piperlime fashion brand, and Canadian men's wear firm Kanati Co to pull out of Pakistan over supply chain issues.
Deckers lifts Q3 profit on Ugg growth  (2015-01-30)
  Ugg boot business Deckers Brands recorded a double-digit third quarter profit rise thanks to revenue boosts from Ugg and the company's other brands.
Jones New York latest casualty to shutter stores  (2015-01-30)
  Jones New York has become the US apparel industry's latest casualty, revealing it will close all 127 of its stores and end its wholesale business as the women's clothing brand seeks strategic alternatives.
Coach Q2 profit slumps on strategic revamp  (2015-01-30)
  Luxury accessories business Coach said its transformation strategy was on track despite a 33% slump in second-quarter net profit.
Retailers set to consolidate commerce platforms  (2015-01-30)
  Retailers are increasingly looking to consolidate multiple systems into unified commerce platforms, according to a survey of companies in the US, Europe and Australia.
Oeko-Tex updates textile test criteria  (2015-01-30)
  Testing body the Oeko-Tex Association has issued its annual update of test criteria and limit values for product certification in line with Oeko-Tex Standard 100.
International growth drives Hanesbrands Q4 profit  (2015-01-30)
  Strong international sales, fuelled by acquisitions, helped apparel group Hanesbrands to nearly treble third-quarter profit on a double-digit sales increase.
Gap removes creative director Rebekka Bay  (2015-01-30)
  US retail giant Gap Inc has made a number of key leadership changes that it hopes will intensify the brand's customer focus, but will see the removal of creative director role Rebekka Bay.
Sears Holdings cuts 115 corporate jobs  (2015-01-29)
  US department store group Sears Holdings is to cut 115 corporate jobs, the majority at its head quarters in Illinois, as part of cost cutting efforts.