The Week in Footwear: DSW Sees Positive Same-Store Sales

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Dansko and The Walking Company debut the lightest clog yet

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Foraying further into the clog world, Dansko has launched its lightest clog yet, the Dansko XP 2.0, sold exclusively at The Walking Company. (Read More)

Vans expands its apparel collection for women this Fall

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Vans dives deeper into outerwear and apparel with the launch of The Boom Boom Collection for women. (Read More)

DSW sees positive same-store sales for the first time since 2015

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DSW announced its second quarter earnings for 2017, reaching an important goal of same-store sales reaching positive numbers for the first time in two years. (Read More)

ShoeDazzle bows beauty-inspired campaign

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The selfie generation’s obsession with beauty and makeup serves as the inspiration for ShoeDazzle’s campaign for its August collection. (Read More)

Ugg Collective debuts Fall campaign with Kim Gordon & Kyle MacLachlan

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Ugg unveils its second Ugg Collective campaign for Fall ’17 featuring a cast of creative Californians. (Read More)

Timberland celebrates 25 years of Path of Service

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Timberland celebrates the 25th anniversary of its Path of Service program, a volunteer program created by the company for its employees, through a season of volunteer events around the world. (Read More)

SJP Collection targets vacation destinations

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Actress Sarah Jessica Parker opened her second brick-and-mortar boutique for her SJP Collection in Las Vegas last week located inside the Bellagio. (Read More)

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