The Week in Footwear: Lukewarm results for Steve Madden’s 4Q

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Pendleton debuts heritage-inspired rain boots at OR

As a Portland, Ore.-based brand, Pendleton Woolen Mills has a grip on rainy day fashion. (Read More)

Lukewarm results for Steve Madden’s 4Q

With a mild start to winter blunting sales in cold weather apparel and an increasingly difficult retail market, Steve Madden announced its fourth quarter results and updated its guidance. (Read More)

Footwear maker shares plummet due to false sales data

Pou Sheng International Ltd., one of the world’s biggest producers of branded shoes, saw shares fall as much as 37 percent after the company’s chief financial officer published inaccurate sales numbers last week and was consequently let go, reported the South China Morning Post. (Read More)

Ivanka Trump steps down from eponymous label

Ivanka Trump is resigning from her self-named label and role in the Trump Organization. (Read More)

Reebok, Sam Edelman among brands at Active Collective NYC trade show

Active Collective is expanding its trade show to New York City. The event, featuring a host of footwear and sport sock brands including Reebok, Sam Edelman and LabellaMafia, will take place Jan. 26-27 at the Metropolitan Pavilion. (Read More)

Nine West and Bandolino division appoint new CEO

Nine West Holdings, Inc. announced the appointment of Joel Oblonsky as CEO of Nine West and Bandolino division, starting immediately. (Read More)

Flip Flop Fanatics, Flojos, acquired by The Courtney Group

The Courtney Group, a private equity and investment banking group, acquired Flojos, a family-owned sandal brand, the company announced Monday. (Read More)


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