The Week in Footwear: ACI International Acquires Joe’s Jeans Footwear License

Birkenstock USA CEO David Kahan has a vision and he’s sticking to it

David Kahan, the CEO of Birkenstock USA, has been in footwear and apparel his entire adult life. (Read More)

Nike helps you find sneakers during NYFW

Need a sneaker fix during New York Fashion Week (NYFW)? Nike has your back. (Read More)

ACI International acquires Joe’s Jeans footwear license

Sequential Brands announced that global footwear distributor, ACI International, has picked up the men’s and women’s footwear license for Joe’s Jeans. (Read More)

Decker’s Brands Q3 profit misses estimates

Retail restructuring, a slow start to Ugg season and a $118 million impairment charge for the Sanuk brand led Deckers Brands Q3 profits to miss Wall Street’s expectations. (Read More)

The latest Adidas Superstar shows off boost technology

Adidas is upgrading its iconic Superstar silhouette with exposed Boost technology. (Read More)

Valentine’s Day chocolate for shoe lovers

The quickest way to win a woman’s heart is through chocolate and shoes. (Read More)


Recent News

Retail Roundup: Target Hits Snooze, Amazon and Warby Parker Test New Models

Print PDFPrint PDFWhen times are tough, companies are more willing to test new ideas and Target, Warby Parker and Amazon are pushing the boundaries of traditional retail. Target gets in bed with Casper After failed attempts at an acquisition, Target has instead invested in Casper...

This content is for Annual, Monthly and Limited members only. You can read up to five free articles each month with a Limited Level Subscription. Please log in, or register.
Log In Register
Read more

J.Crew to Get Cheaper as Drexler Admits to Missing the Mark

J.Crew has been shifting in its seat trying to adjust to a new normal of shrinking sales and growing debt, but nothing has quite yet paid off, so the company is cutting its prices.

This content is for Annual, Monthly and Limited members only. You can read up to five free articles each month with a Limited Level Subscription. Please log in, or register.
Log In Register
Read more

Around the Web: Kid’s Apparel, Bankruptcy Comebacks and “Made in China’s” New Face

This week, consumers called for better children's apparel, retailers turned internally to remedy their financial woes and apparel incubators improved China's manufacturing sector.

This content is for Annual, Monthly and Limited members only. You can read up to five free articles each month with a Limited Level Subscription. Please log in, or register.
Log In Register
Read more

Infographic: What do Consumers Really Think About Sustainability Anyway?

Whether and how much consumers care about sustainability may be an ongoing question the industry wants an answer for, but one thing that’s clear is that though some consumers do care, sustainability isn’t the first thing they think of.

This content is for Annual, Monthly and Limited members only. You can read up to five free articles each month with a Limited Level Subscription. Please log in, or register.
Log In Register
Read more

Shuffle Board: Gymboree Taps Former Tilly’s Exec as CEO, J.C. Penney Hires New EVP, Wolford Creative Director Exits

Gymboree tapped former Tilly's executive Daniel Griesemer as its new CEO, JC Penney appointed Marci Grebstein as its new EVP and Wolford creative director Grit Seymour is leaving the company.

This content is for Annual, Monthly and Limited members only. You can read up to five free articles each month with a Limited Level Subscription. Please log in, or register.
Log In Register
Read more