The Week in Denim: PVH Corp. Sees Positive Q2, Raises Full Year Guidance

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PVH Corp. sees positive Q2, raises full year guidance

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PVH Corp., parent company to brands like Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, raised its full year guidance and announced a $10 million investment in marketing for the rest of the year. (Read More)

Munich Fabric Start readies the industry for digitization

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E-commerce is just the starting line for a more digitized apparel industry, according to Munich Fabric Start. (Read More)

Edwin Jeans taps Adriano Goldschmied for North American re-launch

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Iconic Japanese denim brand Edwin Jeans is re-launching in North America with Adriano Goldschmied at its creative helm. (Read More)

Tagged US organic cotton expected at retail for Spring’18

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For the first-time, organic cotton fibers will be tagged, tested and tracked throughout a certified global supply chain, ensuring from field to store shelves, the organic cotton fiber is 100 percent, DNA-authenticated organic. (Read More)

DEN/IM 2.0 enhances knit denim

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All-stars in the denim supply chain will share their latest development in integrating performance benefits into the authentic denim world at Munich Fabric Start’s Bluzone on Sept. 5-7. (Read More)

Guess tops analyst expectations in Q2

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Guess released its second quarter results for fiscal year 2018 Thursday, reporting a positive second quarter and beating analyst predictions. (Read More)

Everlane announces new denim collection

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Everlane, the ethical direct-to-consumer brand, announced the upcoming launch of a new denim collection for men and women. (Read More)

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