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The Week in Denim: Vicunha Aims for Retro Futuristic Performance

Guess focuses on performance fabrics for European market

Guess is placing an emphasis on performance denim in its Spring ’17 collection for European markets. (Read More)

Mott & Bow expands to denim shirts

The direct-to-consumer brand announced Wednesday that it is expanding its repertoire to include denim shirts for men. (Read More)

Calvin Klein’s international sales outperform North America

Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger’s parent company, PVH Corp., maintained its upward trend with better than expected Q4 earnings and sales results. (Read More)

Vicunha aims for retro futuristic performance

The blurred line between digital and reality influences Brazilian-based mill Vicunha’s direction for Spring/Summer ’18. (Read More)

Levi’s and Rolling Stone celebrate 50 years of music and denim

Levi’s and Rolling Stones both reached major milestones this year and are celebrating together in style. (Read More)

Jean Shop founder launches online denim shop repair service

Jean Shop Founder Eric Goldstein wants to keep you in your favorite jeans. (Read More)

Tonello fosters innovation with new creative area

Experimentation, creativity and innovation are intrinsically linked. Italian garment finishing technology company Tonello aims to fuel all three with the opening of its new Creative Area. (Read More)