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USA: Oxford Industries Announces Fourth Quarter Sales and Earnings Company Press Release | 18 Jul 00

Oxford Industries, Inc. (NYSE: OXM) announced today financial results for fourth quarter and full year ended June 2, 2000. Consolidated net sales for the fourth quarter increased 9.4 per cent to a record $246.4 million from $225.3 million last year. Net earnings increased


USA: Oxford Industries Declares 161st Consecutive Cash Dividend Company Press Release | 11 Jul 00

The Board of Directors of Oxford Industries, Inc (NYSE: OXM - news) today declared a cash dividend of $0.21 per share on Common Stock payable September 2, 2000 to stockholders of record on August 15, 2000. This is the 161st consecutive quarterly cash dividend since Oxford became publicly-owned in 1960.Oxford Industries, Inc is a diversified international manufacturer and wholesale marketer of branded and private label apparel for men, women and children. With manufacturing and sourcing operations in over 40 countries around the globe, Oxford provides retailers and consumers with a wide variety of apparel products and services to suit their individual needs. Major licensed brands include Tommy Hilfiger, Nautica, DKNY Kids, Geoffrey Beene, Slates, Oscar de la Renta, Izod Club and Robert Stock. Oxford's private label customers are found in every major channel of distribution including national chains, specialty catalogs, mass merchandisers, department stores, specialty stores and Internet retailers. The company's stock has traded on the NYSE since 1964 under the symbol OXM.Safe Harbor Statement. This press release contains certain forward- looking statements with respect to anticipated future results, which are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from anticipated results. These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, general economic and apparel business conditions, continued retailer and consumer acceptance of company products, and global manufacturing costs.


USA: Dickies And JCPenney Partner To Serve Booming School Uniform Market Company Press Release | 3 Jul 00

With over 13,000 public schools nationwide instituting uniform programs, JCPenney (NYSE: JCP) and Dickies have joined forces to serve a booming apparel market by offering branded standardized boys attire in the JCPenney Fall/Winter 2000 Catalog and its online counterpart, jcpenney.com."We are very excited about this new opportunity to reach millions of American households," says David Hein, general manager for Dickies Schoolwear for the Williamson-Dickie Mfg Co.


Innovation Is Survival just-style.com | 14 Jun 00

The last 12 months have seen accelerated change across the British clothing industry, with factory closures and the loss of thousands of jobs decimating what was once a thriving sector. But what does the future have in store for those companies that remain? And how can they reinvent themselves to meet the challenges of the future? These were the questions tackled recently by some of the leading names on the UK manufacturing and retailing scene who concluded that added value, branding and innovation are the keys to success, fueled by new revenue streams such as e-commerce.


USA: Larry Gatlin is Hanging His Name on His Men's Clothing Store just-style.com | 17 May 00

The Oxford Shop -- clothing the men of Austin in style since 1988 -- is changing its name. Partners Larry Gatlin and Buddy Estrella are hanging a new sign outside their shop at Bee Caves and Loop 360 that reads, "Gatlin & Estrella Clothiers," to more accurately reflect the changes that have gradually taken place inside its four walls.


USA: Larry Gatlin is Hanging His Name on His Men's Clothing Store just-style.com | 17 May 00

The Oxford Shop -- clothing the men of Austin in style since 1988 -- is changing its name. Partners Larry Gatlin and Buddy Estrella are hanging a new sign outside their shop at Bee Caves and Loop 360 that reads, "Gatlin & Estrella Clothiers," to more accurately reflect the changes that have gradually taken place inside its four walls.


UK: High Streets Stage A Comeback just-style.com | 2 May 00

London's Oxford Street is the best place in the UK to set up shop, according to a new report which says the traditional high street is staging a recovery after years of decline. Retail consultancy Verdict has ranked the UK's top 100 places to set up shops, from the point of view of shopkeepers and investors, in its publication 'Verdict on the High Street 2000'. Oxford Street is followed by Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Nottingham before the highest ranked out-of-town centre, Bluewater, in sixth position, ahead of Kingston-Upon-Thames and Leeds. "Verdict believes that the high street's position has stabilised, with the slowing down of out-of-town development and reinvestment in traditional high streets and covered malls leading off them," says the report. "Gradual growth in sales and space is predicted over the next five years," it adds.


UK: Arcadia axes 400 stores to save £160m just-style.com | 14 Apr 00

Arcadia, the troubled Top Shop-to-Miss Selfridge clothing chain, yesterday took drastic action to improve its fortunes by axing almost a quarter of its trading sites with the loss of 3,500 jobs.In the shake-up, dubbed BrandMAX by John Hoerner, chief executive, Arcadia is closing 400 stores, at an estimated cost of £90m, including the whole of its 99-store Principles for Men chain.


Designs on CAD Company Clothing | 18 Dec 98

As the world's major clothing retailers continue to narrowtheir supply base and build closer, long term relationships, the importance of making agood first impression has never been more critical. And it is here that advances inCAD/CAM come into their own.

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