JC Penney's shares plunged Wednesday after a report that CIT, the largest lender in the clothing industry, has reportedly stopped providing financial support to small and large suppliers selling to J

This week has started with major corporate announcements in the international clothing industry. Saks will soon change hands, while Sixty Group is closer than ever to get its financial struggles sort

Puma shares sank to their lowest price in almost two years on Wednesday, after Europe's second largest sporting-goods maker reported substantial steep drops in profit and sales. Its stock fell as muc

In the UK, the week has brought a string of corporate news. Mothercare is allegedly considering to sell its lossmaking Early Learning Centre business, according to Sky News. The TV channel unveils th

European stocks performed strongly on Thursday after the US economic news advanced a better outlook for the international economy and the European Central Bank (ECB) announced more relaxed credit pol

Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor, founders of Juicy Couture brand, are reportedly looking for investors to regain control of the brand they sold to Fifth & Pacific in 2003. The multi-brand

Joe's Jeans, Asos and Tiffany's became the most active stocks within the apparel sector Tuesday. While the former sealed the acquisition of rival Hudson Clothing, Asos saw Kate Bostock, the former he

Leading online fashion retailer Asos was on the foot front of FTSE Thursday, becoming one of the main risers after comments from the Bank of England gave the London benchmark index its biggest gain s

The Gap Inc. (NYSE:GPS) ended 0.05 percent higher Wednesday and complete the day at the stock has traded between 26.57 and 43.35 dollars over the last twelve months. Meanwhile, Chico’s FAS, Inc

Tuesday left Quiksilver, Inc. (NYSE:ZQK) aiming for better times after analyst B. Riley upgraded the stock to "buy" and set a new price target of 9.25 dollars. As recalled by ‘Motley Fool&rsquo

Thursday was led by corporate releases at both sides of the Atlantic, with Debenhams and Nike releasing seasonal figures. Meanwhile, SuperGroup received a thumbs up from Cantor Fitzgerald analysts. B

Ted Baker and Primark led the news in Europe wheres Zumiez had all the looks in the US. Meanwhile, Debenhams releases a trading update covering the 16 weeks or so from March to mid-June on Thursday m

Tuesday left a bitter trace for quoted apparel companies around the globe, with Future Retail struggling to come to terms with the expectations after just 3 days of trading; apparel stocks dragging l

Shares in British fashion retailer Ted Baker reached a record high Thursday after international expansion drove a better than expected spring performance. The retailer is celebrating 25 years in the

Markets closed mixed Wednesday, after European stocks turned lower ahead of a keenly anticipated decision on US monetary policy and a speech from Federal Reserve (FED) Chairman Ben Bernanke. Corporat

British luxury fashion champion Mulberry reported Thursday a decline in yearly profit for the first time in four years, dragged for weaker Asian appetite for luxury goods. Other trade peers such as J

ANALYSIS_ Zara-owner Inditex, the biggest fashion retailer in the world, has posted its weakest profit growth in four years. The slowdown sent shares to a historic hight in Madrid stock exchange, spi

Wednesday closed as a pretty busy session, with Inditex, H&M and Asos capitalising the news with their respective seasonal releases and Men's Wearhouse, BEBE Stores and Prada also attracting a go

Lululemon Athletica was on the cover page Tuesday after the yoga apparel retailer broke the news of its CEO’s departure. Lululemon shares were down 13.5 percent in pre-market trading on the Nas

Most American retailers reported sales increases in May on Thursday at established stores, mainly driven by warmer weather and an increase in consumer spending. Sales were also boosted by the May 12

In Europe, British FTSE plunged 2.12 percent, or 139.3 points to 6419.3, dabbing 35.5 billion pounds off the value of shares. Wall Street big movers were American Apparel, Ascena and Vera Bradley. In

Primark made it to the news Tuesday with the announcement of it giving a try to online shopping by selling clothes via Asos.com. Still in London, New Look positively surprised markets with a comeback

Guess was big news Thursday as the Marciano brothers’ brainchild reported adjusted operating earnings for the first quarter of fiscal 2014 down by 65.1 percent to 13.7 million dollars. Comparab

Wednesday session was heavily weighted by corporate releases including Michael Kors, Chico's and Brown Shoe. Macroeconomic news drowned European markets while some big players within the fashion indu

Wet Seal Inc. shares rose after hours Tuesday after the teen apparel retailer released an outlook that topped Wall Street estimates. Guess, Michael Kors and Tiffany & Co. were the main market mov

In the first three months of this year, turnover in fashion was up in the UK, Germany and France compared to the last quarter of 2012. Spain, the Netherlands and Belgium saw trade fall in double digi

ANALYSIS_ Gap Inc. is back on trend after a long struggle to strike the savvy’s consumer’s chord. The owner of eponymous label Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic has reported a 43 percent

Ralph Lauren Corp. was down more than 4 percent after releasing weak fiscal fourth quarter results and in sharp contrast with the stock's trade in the past 12 months, when it gained 33 percent. Ralph

American Eagle Outfitters (AEO) shares rose in early trading in the stock market after the US-based apparel retailer posted better-than-expected first-quarter sales and profits Wednesday before the b

Tuesday was a good day for trading for the leading apparel quoted companies such as Burberry or Marks and Spencer that became gainers in London Stock Exchange. Also a good session for Giorgio Armani