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US: Oxford Industries discloses Setola exit package just-style.com | 8 Feb 07

Michael J Setola, whose resignation as president and chief operating officer of Oxford Industries took effect 31 January, will remain on the company’s payroll for a full year.

US: Kellwood names Briggs CEO and COO just-style.com | 26 Jan 07

Rick Klimberg has been promoted to chief executive officer of the Briggs New York division of Kellwood, succeeding Richard Rosenberg, and John Windham has been named to the new post of president and chief operating officer of the unit.

US: Duffty to design Ben Sherman suits just-style.com | 16 Jan 07

Two fashion names with deep musical roots are joining forces. Keanan Duffty, the New York-based British men’s fashion designer and musician, has been hired by Oxford Industries’ Lanier Clothes division as design and merchandising consultant for Ben Sherman Tailored Clothing.

US: Tommy Bahama dominates Oxford’s Q2 strength just-style.com | 10 Jan 07

Stellar growth in its Tommy Bahama Group allowed Oxford Industries to increase its second-quarter sales and earnings despite decreases in its Menswear Group.

US: Former Fed officer joins Oxford board just-style.com | 9 Jan 07

Jack Guynn, the retired president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, has been appointed to the board of directors of Oxford Industries, the Atlanta-based apparel marketer.

US: Setola resigns as president of Oxford Industries just-style.com | 21 Dec 06

Michael J Setola has resigned as president of Oxford Industries after a three-year stay.

US: Jimmy Choi named senior VP, MD of Kellwood Global Asia just-style.com | 31 Oct 06

Apparel and soft goods marketer Kellwood Global has appointed Jimmy Choi as its senior VP and managing director of Kellwood Global Asia.

US: Oxford Industries Q1 profit slips 21% just-style.com | 6 Oct 06

Apparel maker Oxford Industries has reported a drop in first quarter profit as strong sales in its Tommy Bahama business were offset by weak sales in its men’s wear division.

US: Strategic progress at Oxford Industries just-style.com | 9 Aug 06

Apparel group Oxford Industries said it was happy with the company’s strategic progress after fourth-quarter earnings from continuing operations rose 7%.

Oxford Industries sees value in branded clothing just-style.com | 27 Jun 06

On the surface, the recent sale of Oxford Industries’ women’s wear division to Li & Fung appears another small deal that shifts yet more textile manufacturing from West to East. However, the sale is significant in that it concisely illustrates a number of trends currently affecting the clothing industry. David Robertson reports.

US: Oxford Industries sells women’s wear unit to Li & Fung just-style.com | 6 Jun 06

Oxford Industries Inc has completed the sale of its women’s wear group to a division of Hong Kong-based Li & Fung Group for US$37.3m.

US: Updated guidance from Oxford Industries just-style.com | 2 Jun 06

Branded and private-label apparel company Oxford Industries has updated its guidance for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2006 after continued poor performance from its menswear business.

HONG KONG: Li & Fung sees revenue growth this year just-style.com | 18 May 06

Expansionist consumer products group Li & Fung expects a revenue rise of at least 18% this year, managing director William Fung was cited by Namnews as saying.

ANALYSIS: Courtaulds sale highlights private label risks just-style.com | 12 May 06

This week’s giveaway of Courtaulds Textiles to Hong Kong investor group PD Enterprises has been an expensive exercise for Sara Lee. But if dumping the former pride of Britain’s textile industry costs over US$500m, does this mean there’s no future in supplying the world’s clothing retailers? asks Mike Flanagan.

HONG KONG: Li & Fung chairman buys men’s wear retail group just-style.com | 4 May 06

LF Asia Investments, a private investment firm controlled by the chairman of the Li & Fung apparel group, has bought several privately held men’s wear retailers with operations in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and the mainland.

US: Oxford sells women's wear unit to Li & Fung just-style.com | 2 May 06

US apparel group Oxford Industries is to sell off its Womenswear Group to a division of Hong Kong-based Li & Fung Group in a deal announced yesterday (1 May).

US: Oxford Industries Q3 profit up 4% just-style.com | 6 Apr 06

Private-label garment maker Oxford Industries said third-quarter profit rose 4%, helped by improvements at Tommy Bahama.

UK: High-street fashion stores turn eco friendly just-style.com | 16 Feb 06

High-street chains Topshop and Oasis are to follow in the footsteps of retailer Marks & Spencer by launching ranges of environmentally-friendly clothing.

US: Boscov's acqires ten stores from Federated just-style.com | 7 Feb 06

The family-owned department store group Boscov's is to acquire ten mall department store locations from Federated Department Stores. All 10 are duplicate locations Federated previously announced for divestiture as a result of its acquisition of The May Department Stores Company.

US: Oxford Q2 profit jumps 21%, women's wear growth just-style.com | 11 Jan 06

Apparel group Oxford Industries has enjoyed a 21% second-quarter profit leap, as increases in women’s clothing partially offset weaker trading within the Ben Sherman business.

UK: Primark to open in central London? just-style.com | 13 Dec 05

Popular value clothing retailer Primark is to open a store on top London retail location Oxford Street - its first outlet in central London, press reports said

UK: Ben Sherman CEO To Quit, Say Sources just-style.com | 12 Oct 05

Michael Buckley, chief executive at men’s wear company Ben Sherman, has quit the company due to a row over growth strategy, according to sources cited by The New York Post.

USA: Tommy Bahama Boosts Oxford Q1 Earnings just-style.com | 7 Oct 05

Private-label apparel company Oxford Industries Inc has more than doubled its first-quarter earnings, boosted by good profit for the Tommy Bahama brand.

Colombia competes with social, marketing conscience just-style.com | 12 Sep 05

Clothing companies in the Colombian city of Medellín have chosen not to compete with low Chinese prices, but instead offer intelligent marketing policies and serious investment in social programmes. It's a gamble that seems to be paying off, as Jozef De Coster reports.

USA: Tommy Bahama, Ben Sherman Drive Oxford FY just-style.com | 5 Aug 05

Branded and private apparel group Oxford Industries Inc has reported a 25 per cent hike in full-year earnings, driven by the success of the Tommy Bahama and Ben Sherman lifestyle brands.

USA: Phoenix Footwear Buys Paradise Shoe Company just-style.com | 4 Aug 05

Phoenix Footwear Group Inc has announced the acquisition of the assets of the Paradise Shoe Company LLC, which licenses the Tommy Bahama line of men's and women's footwear, hosiery and belts.

USA: Oxford Industries Names Tuman As Lanier President just-style.com | 16 May 05

Apparel group Oxford Industries Inc has named Jim Tuman as new president of its Lanier Clothes tailored division, replacing Wayne Brantley who is retiring.

CANADA: Oxford Signs Deal With Rampion For Canadian Market just-style.com | 22 Apr 05

Apparel provider Oxford Industries Inc has signed a distribution and licensing arrangement with Rampion Enterprises Ltd to market and distribute the Oxford Golf apparel collection to the green grass market in Canada.

USA: Oxford Industries Posts 47% Q3 Earnings Hike just-style.com | 1 Apr 05

Private-label manufacturer Oxford Industries Inc has posted a 47 per cent third-quarter earnings increase, attributed to better gross margins after an higher mix of company-owned brands as a percentage of sales.

India races into the post-quota era just-style.com | 14 Mar 05

The first export statistics for 2005 suggest India has made an impressive entry into the quota-less era. Jozef De Coster, reporting from India, finds the industry is booming, with a wave of investment in weaving and processing, students clamouring to train as fashion or textile designers, and record attendance at this year's Tex-Styles India trade fair.








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