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The Week in Denim: Performance with Purpose

Guess celebrates 35 years with FIDM Exhibition

Guess continues its 35th anniversary celebration with the opening of an exhibition titled “Guess: 35 Years & Still Dreaming,” at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) Museum & Galleries, in downtown Los Angeles last week. (Read More)

Stefano Rosso named Diesel North America CEO

Diesel named Stefano Rosso as its North America CEO on Tuesday. (Read More)

Dockers flexes its muscles

Jeans are having a fashion moment, but Levi Strauss & Co.-owned Dockers is ramping up its efforts to bring performance, stretch and buzz to the non-denim woven category. (Read More)

Performance with purpose

The consumer love affair with athleisure sealed the fortunes of Lululemon, Sweaty Betty and other gym-to-street brands, but no doubt caused significant hand-wringing at companies like True Religion and Lee Jeans. (Read More)

True Religion names Justine Skye as brand ambassador

True Religion announced musician and model Justine Skye as the brand’s latest ambassador for its ‘This is True’ campaign. (Read More)

G-III Reports Q1 loss despite net sales increase

G-III, parent company to brands like DKNY and Donna Karan, reported a loss in shares despite a net sales increase in the first quarter of FY2018 which ended April 30, 2017. (Read More)

Gap sends an optimistic message in new film

The cast of ‘Bridging the Gap’ along with Edward Enninful (PRNewsfoto/Gap)

Jeans and a white T-shirt are the blank canvas for Gap’s new film “Bridging the Gap.” (Read More)