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The Week in Footwear: Interparfums and Michael Kors Among Potential Buyers of Jimmy Choo

This new footwear app aims to solve fit problems

A new app aims to streamline the shoe fitting and selection process. Find Me A Shoe, an EMBL Retail Inc. brand, launched Tuesday the beta version of its virtual fitting service for footwear called Try Me. (Read More)

Designer Rachel Roy taps Titan Industries for Footwear

Women’s fashion designer Rachel Roy is rolling out footwear with Titan Industries. The launch will support the expansion of the RACHEL Rachel Roy brand and will hit retail in Spring 2018. (Read More)

Interparfums and Michael Kors among potential buyers of Jimmy Choo

Fragrance company Interparfums and Michael Kors are rumored to be among the companies looking to purchase Jimmy Choo, according to a Sky News report. (Read More)

Oboz enhances its website with tools that drive consumers to stores

Oboz launched a new initiative to support its retail partners. (Read More)

Reebok creates lightweight space boots for astronauts

Reebok announced Tuesday that it has applied its Floatride Foam technology to create an extremely lightweight space boot. (Read More)

Primark recalls flip-flops containing a cancer-causing chemical

Fast fashion retailer Primark said on Monday that it has recalled a men’s flip-flop over concerns that they may contain dangerous levels of a cancer-causing chemical. (Read More)

Mery brings Marie Antoinette style to the digital age

Don’t be fooled by the sweetness of Mery Racauchi’s pink and glittery designs—the Argentinean designer means business. (Read More)