The Week in Footwear: Inditex’s Footwear Company Had a Record Year

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Vionic upgrades men’s dress and casual collections

Vionic takes a page out of its own playbook in order to grow its men’s business. (Read More)

Nike brings back everyone’s favorite Flyknit

Nike Flyknit is technically too young of a concept to have vintage styles, but the brand is reviving an old fan favorite. (Read More)

U.S. Polo Assn. expands kids business in Asia

U.S. Polo Assn. brand, the official brand of the United States Polo Association (USPA), announced the addition of three new licensing partners set to expand the brand’s footprint in Asia. (Read More)

Inditex’s footwear company had a record year

Inditex Group footwear subsidiary, Tempe, reached a new milestone. (Read More)

Greats launches fifth collaboration with Nick Wooster

The fifth installment of the Greats + Wooster + Lardini sneaker collaboration has arrived, offering men and women a reflective option for spring. (Read More)

French brand Cop Copine launches US e-commerce

Paris-based apparel and footwear brand Cop Copine is launching e-commerce in the U.S., bringing its European designed and manufactured collections to well-dressed Francophiles. (Read More)

ISlide inks four new online distribution deals

Affordable custom slides might be the next “it” item in Neiman Marcus holiday book. (Read More)


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