Category: Clothing

Teens reveal their favorite clothing brands

Piper Jaffray is back with its semiannual survey of teen spending habits, and the results show that teens still can’t get enough of athletic wear. The survey targeted 9,500 teens across the United States, with an average age of 15.8, asking them to pick their favorite…

3 Clothing-Industry CEOs Bet Big on Their Own Stocks

Three CEOs in the rag trade have bet big on their own stocks. They are the chiefs at PVH Corp. (NYSE:PVH), Capri Holdings Ltd. (NYSE:CPRI) and G-III Apparel Group Ltd. (NASDAQ:GIII). PVH PVH was formerly Philips-Van-Heusen Corp. One of its predecessor companies was the first to…

Clothing you don’t have to wash, explained

It’s been a banner few years for people who hate doing laundry. A slew of brands has arrived promising that you can wear their products for days, weeks, or months straight without ever putting them in the wash. Wool & Prince started the trend in 2013…

Why does Amazon have so many clothing brands?

Today, BuzzFeed News posted a reminder of exactly how enormous and inescapable Amazon is. In a single list, reporter Leticia Miranda went through all of Amazon’s various subsidiaries and sub-brands, many of which you probably haven’t heard of. The usual suspects are all there — Mechanical Turk, Twitch, Audible…

Haptic-feedback clothing designed to guide the deafblind

Haptic signing is a process in which a hearing, sighted person conveys information to a deaf and blind individual by touching their back or other parts of their body. It’s effective, but what happens if the deafblind person wants to be more independent? Well, new haptic-feedback…

This sell-out Mango dress is available to buy again

There are always some high-street styles that capture the imaginations of shoppers more than others, and this summer Mango has come up with the secret formula. Its loose-fitting halter-neck dress sold out in 48 hours when it first went on sale and has now been restocked…

This Clothing Line Was Designed By AI

The “little black dress” has been considered a staple in women’s fashion since the designer Coco Chanel popularized it in the 1920s. Since then, it’s seen many iterations, most recently, by machine-learning software developed by two recent MIT graduates, called Glitch. Pinar Yanardag and Emily Salvador met…