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American Apparel set for Australian comeback

Inside Retail

American Apparel is relaunching in Australia and expanding into New Zealand, releasing its new season range online online. “We will also be bringing our newest collections and styles of American Apparel to those markets and will be supporting the brand with our Craft the Culture campaign. .

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Apparel label The Upside partners with pilates chain in sustainable collection

Inside Retail

Apparel brand The Upside has partnered with fitness franchise Strong Pilates to launch a sustainable activewear collection. The post Apparel label The Upside partners with pilates chain in sustainable collection appeared first on Inside Retail Australia.

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sala hars envisions apparel store in mexico as ‘industrial bunker’ with overlapping forms

Design Boom

The post sala hars envisions apparel store in mexico as ‘industrial bunker’ with overlapping forms appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine. the architects create a dynamic display system through a procession of enfilades for tiempos flagship store.

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How Walmart’s partnership with Unspun is reshaping apparel retailing

Inside Retail

According to Walmart, while traditional methods of apparel production require the fabric to be cut and stitched, Unspun’s first-of-its-kind 3D weaving technology skips these steps, going straight from yarn to garment, eliminating waste generated by the process: fabric offcuts, discarded unsold inventory and transport emissions.

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Ann Taylor, Loft and Talbots to merge into new apparel group KnitWell

Inside Retail

American apparel brands Ann Taylor, Loft, and Talbots have merged into a new group, Knitwell. ” The new company said it will continue to extend its shared services to Lane Bryant, a plus–size women’s apparel brand. Combined, these companies generate more than US$3 billion in annual sales.

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SPANX Launches First UK Apparel Pop-Up in Selfridges, London

Retail Focus

SPANX has launched its first apparel pop-up in London today. Located in the prestigious Selfridges Denim Studio, the exclusive space showcases SPANX’s revolutionary apparel & activewear for women. The post SPANX Launches First UK Apparel Pop-Up in Selfridges, London appeared first on Retail Focus - Retail Design.

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Mountain bike apparel startup debuts sustainable clothing range

Inside Retail

Mountain bike apparel startup, Norman, has unveiled its first range of sustainable and ethically-produced clothing that combines “support and utility with a modern minimalist aesthetic”. Norman’s sustainable bike apparel range is available at SRP between $89.95

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