The Week in Denim: Guess Misses Mark in Q4, Sees Drop in Americas Sales

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Supreme collaborates with Lacoste

New York street label Supreme tapped French prep label Lacoste as its latest co-conspirator. (Read More)

Are skinny jeans causing health problems?

Skinny jeans have more enemies than the boyfriend jean. (Read More)

Streetwear designer Benny Gold designs for Teva

For its fourth iteration of its Artist Series, Teva turned to San Francisco-based graphic artist turned streetwear designer Benny Gold. (Read More)

Guess misses the mark in Q4, sees drop in Americas sales

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The Americas are not doing Guess any favors. (Read More)

Twin Dragon reduces water and chemical usage

Twin Dragon announced ecological improvements to its Mexican mills and Asian facilities, by introducing Liquid Indigo and Eco-Finishing. (Read More)

Hudson Jeans goes to the movies

Hudson Jeans debuted a capsule collection in collaboration with Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures in conjunction with the upcoming release of Ghost in the Shell, an anticipated dystopian film featuring Scarlett Johansson. (Read More)

Lucky Brand delivers men’s footwear this Fall

The denim brand inked a licensing deal with Genesco to produce its first ever men’s footwear collection ready for retail this fall. (Read More)


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