The Week in Footwear: All Black Aims for Attainable Fashion

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Nike misses Q3 sales, beats on earnings

Nike shares fell after hours Tuesday, on the heels of announcing a mixed Q3 earnings report. (Read More)

Puma designed sneakers inspired by WWE legends

Puma and Foot Locker are gearing up for WWE’s Wrestlemania 33 on April 2 with limited pairs of WWE-inspired Puma sneakers. (Read More)

V&A Exhibit ‘Shoes: Pleasure and Pain’ to open in Atlanta

The Victoria and Albert Museum exhibit, ‘Shoes: Pleasure and Pain’ is heading south. (Read More)

All Black aims for attainable fashion

All Black is the edgy yet unassuming footwear brand you’ve probably admired on trendsetters’ feet. (Read More)

VF Corp wins ethics recognition

Vans and Timberland’s parent company, VF Corporation, was recognized for its ethics from the Ethisphere Institute, a world leader in defining ethical business practice advancements. (Read More)

Madewell teams up with Vans

Madewell and Vans kept it classic for their latest collaboration. (Read More)


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The wool market has battled dwindling demand from the infiltration of high-tech fabrics in the outerwear market for many years and lost supply in its home market of Australia, where growers have increasingly opted for more profitable use of their land.

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Commerce Finds Polyester Fiber Exporters From China, India Unfairly Subsidized

The U.S. Commerce Department issued affirmative final determinations in the countervailing duty investigations of fine denier polyester staple fiber from the China and India.

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Tintex Introduces Naturally Advanced Cotton With Raw Material Strategy

Portugese mill Tintex is switching from the use of conventional cotton and has launched a new fabric range called Naturally Advanced Cotton by Tintex using four different premium and responsibly grown cottons.

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