Topics :: clothing recall
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By EDDIE PELLS | Wednesday Jul 25, 2012
Designer Ralph Lauren announced Friday that the uniforms it provides the U.S. Olympic team at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, will, in fact, be made in the United States.
Monday Dec 5, 2011
Recent studies by the EPA show the average consumer throws away 70 pounds of textile products annually, textiles that could otherwise be recycled. Furthermore, recycling textiles preserves America’s environment by reducing its carbon footprint.
Thursday Nov 17, 2011
This holiday season, RibbedTee invites you to try out their stylish line of designer undershirts and reward you for your used undershirts.
By MICHELLE CHAPMAN | Saturday Oct 15, 2011
Financially struggling Liz Claiborne Inc. said Wednesday that it is selling its namesake brand and several others to concentrate on its Juicy Couture, Lucky Brand and kate spade fashion plates, which appeal to well-heeled shoppers.
Thursday Sep 29, 2011
TeesWithTude.com, the subtle, smart, and snarky tees and sweats web site, announced a series of provocative LGBT designs that will bring a smile to the face of gay pride celebration attendees nationwide and a frown to gay marriage opponents.
By MAE ANDERSON | Friday Sep 16, 2011
The "Big Three" teen merchants Abercrombie & Fitch, Aeropostale, and American Eagle once defined fashion for fickle teens. But they lost their mojo by not stocking the jeans and tees that their customers covet.
By ANNE D’INNOCENZIO | Friday Aug 26, 2011
Stores are trying everything they can think of to disguise the fact that you’re going to pay more for clothes this fall. Some are using less fabric and calling it the new look. Others are adding cheap stitching and trumpeting it as a redesign.
By Christine Simmons | Friday Oct 23, 2009
Highly flammable women’s robes sold by Blair LLC are now linked to nine deaths, and the company is expanding a recall to include more products imported from the Pakistani manufacturer.
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