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The Week in Denim: Pepe Jeans Assumes Management of Façonnable

Khloe Kardashian’s denim sells out again

Good American sold out of its popular ‘Good Waist’ silhouette Thursday for the second time since its October debut. Fans scooped up the jeans almost as quickly as Khloe’s half sister, Kylie Jenner’s lipkits. (Read More)

When will shoppers flood stores to do their holiday shopping?

RetailNext, an analytics team that focuses on brick-and-mortar stores, released its predictions for the busiest (and least busy) days during the holiday shopping season in 2016. (Read More)

Bangladesh Denim Expo focuses on the future

Bangladesh Denim Expo in Dhaka closed out its 5th edition on Nov. 9 with over 5,000 visitors in attendance. The two-day trade show welcomed visitors from 46 countries with the concept “Natural Denim.” The theme shone a spotlight on environmentally-friendly materials and promoted a more responsible denim culture and market in Bangladesh. (Read More)

Levi’s tests new “Shop Now” feature on Instagram

Already a proven driver of trends and a hub for fashion influencers, Instagram is hoping to turn said influence into dollar signs with a new mobile shopping program launched last week. (Read More)

Pepe Jeans assumes management of Façonnable

Only a year after its acquisition by M1, Pepe Jeans is now taking control of french apparel chain Façonnable, according to Modaes. (Read More)

Pedal cab drivers are free to wear denim in Indianapolis

During a period of great political contention in the U.S., Indianapolis has made a ruling every American can agree on: the freedom to wear jeans on the job. (Read More)