The Week in Footwear: UBM Adjusts New York Trade Show Calendar

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Dr. Martens & Tate Britain collaborate to create wearable art

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The British footwear and apparel brand is collaborating with the Tate Britain art museum to bring English painter William Blake’s artwork to life, using their footwear, accessories and apparel as the canvas. (Read More)

Cat Footwear launches Facebook campaign to support Detroit families

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Cat Footwear celebrates the United Nations’ “International Day of the Girl Child,” on Wednesday by launching an awareness campaign in partnership with and in support of The Tricycle Collective. (Read More)

UBM Adjusts New York Trade Show Calendar

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UBM Fashion, the organizers of Coterie, Sole Commerce, Project and more, is making two key changes in the New York trade show lineup to create new and more efficient business opportunities for both brands and retailers. (Read More)

Getting to Know Gen Z

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An even larger generation than Millennials, Gen Z is introducing a host of new quirks and buying habits for brands and retailers to woo and accommodate. (Read More)

Adidas will start selling running shoes made in its speedfactory facility

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The first major project to be created at Adidas’s Speedfactory facility in Ansbach, Germany is ready to launch. (Read More)

Cyndi Lauper launches exclusive line on HSN

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Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award-winning artist Cyndi Lauper is partnering with HSN for an exclusive collection of women’s apparel, footwear and accessories. (Read More)

Foot Locker gives almost 5,000 L.A. kids new shoes

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Foot Locker continues its 29-year partnership with the Fred Jordan Missions, a religious charity organization in Los Angeles, to give almost 5,000 children in need new shoes and socks. (Read More)

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