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USA: Phoenix Footwear's Q1 Sales Leap 41.6%

6 May 2005 | just-style.com

Phoenix Footwear Group Inc said first-quarter net sales jumped 41.6 per cent despite weaknesses at its Altama and Trotters units.... read more

US: Phoenix looks forward after “transitional” year

24 March 2006 | just-style.com

Footwear and accessories company Phoenix Footwear Group reported record sales in 2005, but showed poor organic growth figures.... read more

USA: Phoenix Footwear Slumps To Q4 Loss

9 March 2005 | just-style.com

Footwear and apparel company Phoenix Footwear Group has posted mixed fourth-quarter and full-year results.... read more

USA: Q3 Top-Line Growth For Phoenix Footwear

4 November 2005 | just-style.com

Shoe, apparel and accessories company Phoenix Footwear has reported good top-line performance for the third quarter of 2005, but said organic growth missed expectations.... read more

USA: Oxford Industries Posts 47% Q3 Earnings Hike

1 April 2005 | just-style.com

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.... read more

USA: Phoenix Footwear Buys Paradise Shoe Company

4 August 2005 | just-style.com

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.... read more

USA: Tommy Bahama, Ben Sherman Drive Oxford FY

5 August 2005 | just-style.com

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.... read more

USA: Tommy Bahama Boosts Oxford Q1 Earnings

7 October 2005 | just-style.com

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

US: Oxford Q2 profit jumps 21%, women's wear growth

11 January 2006 | just-style.com

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.... read more

USA: PETA Attacks Tommy Hilfiger For Fur Use

1 March 2005 | just-style.com

Animal rights activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have lashed out at fashion labels Tommy Hilfiger and Sean John for allegedly using fur obtained by skinning animals alive.... read more

just-style's research roundup

11 February 2013 | Liz Hague

Featured reports from just-style's research store this week include a look at specialist apparel retailers in China and Poland, a report on the Tommy Hilfiger Group, and a global market review of performance outdoor apparel.... read more

Top stories on just-style this week...

9 September 2011 | Leonie Barrie

New research that suggests the global apparel industry is “at a tipping point,” lower estimates for cotton consumption growth this season, and a rise in the monthly export value of textile and garments from China were among the most-read stories on just-style this week.... read more

Tommy Hilfiger launches social change challenge

27 April 2018 | Beth Wright

A new innovation challenge from PVH Corp's Tommy Hilfiger business aims to support entrepreneurial start-ups and scale-up stage businesses that are developing solutions with a positive social impact on the fashion value chain.... read more

Tommy Hilfiger develops 100% recycled cotton jeans

21 January 2019 | Beth Wright

Tommy Hilfiger is to introduce 100% recycled cotton denim styles in its spring Tommy Jeans collection, thanks to support from parent company PVH's Denim Center in Amsterdam – its first hub in Europe dedicated to setting new standards for producing denim in a faster, more consistent and more environmentally-friendly way. ... read more

VIETNAM: Doximex launches $16m knitwear factory

22 November 2011 | Ngo Tuan

One of Vietnam's leading knitwear manufacturers, Dong Xuan Knitting Co Ltd (Doximex) has opened a new $16m factory in the northern province of Hung Yen to produce high quality knitwear for the Japanese market.... read more

USA: Hilfiger Settles Tax Case, Posts Revenue Drop

11 August 2005 | just-style.com

Luxury goods giant Tommy Hilfiger Corp says it will pay out $18.1 million worth of taxes and interest to settle a US Attorney probe into a tax dispute, and has also reported a decrease in preliminary first-quarter revenue.... read more

USA: Tommy Hilfiger Sees FY Sales, Earnings Slumps

15 June 2005 | just-style.com

Luxury goods giant Tommy Hilfiger Corporation has reported decreases in preliminary pre-tax full-year income and revenue, and warned that 2006 revenue will fall below previous predictions as orders on the US market decrease.... read more

US: Hilfiger eyes doubled earnings by 2009

18 January 2006 | just-style.com

Upmarket goods company Tommy Hilfiger predicts a 40% jump in revenue during the coming four years and doubled earnings, according to a filing made with the Securities and Exchange Commission.... read more

US: Hilfiger investor opposes proposed sale deal

24 January 2006 | just-style.com

Sowood Capital Management is opposing the proposed US$1.6bn sale of luxury goods firm Tommy Hilfiger to Apax Partners on the grounds that it undervalues the business.... read more

USA: Tommy Hilfiger Continues New York Consolidation

26 October 2005 | just-style.com

Luxury goods company Tommy Hilfiger’s USA subsidiary is to sell off its building on West 39th Street in New York as part of its consolidation of operations.... read more

USA: 5 Tommy Hilfiger Bids, Forecasts Lower Q2

10 November 2005 | just-style.com

Luxury goods company Tommy Hilfiger has received five separate buyout offers, according to sources quoted in the media.... read more

HONG KONG: Weak department store sales dampen Hilfiger Q3

10 February 2006 | just-style.com

Upmarket goods group Tommy Hilfiger has reported a fall in third-quarter income, driven down by a drop in department store sales.... read more

HONG KONG: Tommy Hilfiger sold to Apax Partners for $1.6bn

23 December 2005 | just-style.com

Upmarket fashion group Tommy Hilfiger is to be bought by private-equity investment group Apax Partners for $1.6bn or US$16.80 per share in cash.... read more

US: Virtual fitting rooms speed Tommy Hilfiger design

30 April 2010 | just-style.com

Tommy Hilfiger has signed a five-year managed services contract with BT to provide a videoconferencing solution between offices that includes ‘virtual fitting rooms’. ... read more

Tommy Hilfiger sustainability targets centre on zero waste

1 September 2020 | Hannah Abdulla

PVH Corp has announced an ambitious set of new sustainability targets for Tommy Hilfiger under the new Make it Possible Program, which has a commitment to achieve zero waste.... read more

Foreign investors have India in their sights

24 February 2006 | just-style.com

Now that direct investment into India is on the verge of opening up, the country could hold increased opportunities for clothing companies who want to source and sell fashion there. Rebecca Danton reports from a recent conference on ‘Sourcing And Selling Fashion In India,’ where speakers discussed the advantages and disadvantages of setting up and trading within India.... read more

Changing relationships key to competitive supply chain

29 May 2013 | Leonie Barrie

There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the need to develop more strategic relationships between retailers and their suppliers to improve flexibility and add value across the supply chain. But according to Mark Green, executive vice president of the global supply chain at apparel giant PVH, the biggest changes in sourcing are yet to come.... read more

Philippines garment exporters seeking SAVE Act

27 March 2013 | Jonathan Dyson

America's Save Our Industries Act, also known as the SAVE Act, which would give a range of Philippines-made apparel duty-free access to the US, looks increasingly likely to be implemented. And the Filipino clothing and textile sector is happy.... read more

AUSTRALIA: AWI ties up Vietnamese wool projects

9 November 2007 | just-style.com

Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) has agreed a range of new projects with mills and garment makers in Vietnam to develop new fabrics and active sportswear using its Merino wool.... read more

EUROPE: Tommy Hilfiger to bring tailored business in-house

25 October 2011 | Petah Marian

Tommy Hilfiger plans to bring its European tailored apparel business in-house from the spring 2013 season, in a move designed to help boost its growth in the region.... read more

Comment: The BFBSA can make a mark on factory safety

4 February 2013 | Ineke Zeldenrust

Has the Bangladesh Fire and Building Safety Agreement (BFBSA) campaign struggled to make a mark? In his most recent Flanarant column, which was published on just-style on Friday (1 February), Mike Flanagan suggests that is the case. Campaigners, however, have hit back to say he misrepresented the Agreement on several key points. We publish their comments below.... read more

Top stories on just-style this week...

5 March 2010 | just-style.com

Here is a roundup of the top five most-read stories on just-style this week. Click on each headline for the full story.... read more

Top stories on just-style this week...

5 October 2012 | Katie Smith

Top stories on just-style this week include news that Gap will introduce new fire safety standards at supplier factories in Bangladesh, a look at the new outsourcing players to challenge existing export giants, and comments from industry experts who say UK manufacturing can work for niche and high street brands.... read more

Viewpoint: Lessons must be learned from Bangladesh inferno

1 December 2012 | Leonie Barrie

Since when did garment making become a matter of life and death? And why, despite the huge amounts of time, effort and resources that have gone into corporate social responsibility, factory inspections and audits, do poorly paid workers continue to toil in dangerous conditions supplying clothing to Western brands and retailers?... read more

PSF 2013: Apparel sourcing at a turning point

3 April 2013 | Leonie Barrie

Apparel sourcing has finally reached a critical turning point. Instead of continuing to chase the lowest costs around the globe, the industry focus is now shifting to collaboration between retailers and their vendors, and the creation of an integrated value chain.... read more