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A’gaci readies to exit bankruptcy in coming weeks

The women's apparel retailer is set to leave Chapter 11 with 20 fewer stores as it looks to boost its e-commerce game.

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Rue21 puts post-bankruptcy team in place

With a new CEO and new financial and marketing chiefs tapped this week, the teen apparel retailer now has a short window to turn things around.






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Old Navy to open 60 stores this year, driving Gap’s growth

The apparel retailer is meanwhile trimming back its Gap and Banana Republic locations.






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American Eagle sees ‘tremendous opportunity’ in Aerie

The apparel retailer posted 12% top-line growth — and a mind-boggling 34% same-store sales increase at its lingerie brand — but holiday discounts and e-commerce costs hit margins.






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Gap Brand CEO Jeff Kirwan to leave retailer

Gap said on Tuesday that Jeff Kirwan, president and chief executive of its eponymous brand will leave the apparel retailer.






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Untuckit pilots RFID on New York’s Fifth Avenue

The fast-growing men's casual apparel retailer is buttoning down its inventory optimization and tracking with RFID.






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Christopher & Banks taps Dick’s exec as CEO

The struggling women's apparel retailer is trying to increase fashion offerings without alienating its core base of older customers. 






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Abercrombie & Fitch lifts guidance, bids farewell to longtime exec

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Women’s fashion retailer A’gaci files for bankruptcy

The apparel retailer entered Chapter 11 with plans to close 65% of its stores, saying that physical over-expansion and 2017's devastating hurricanes destroyed its bottom line. 






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ThredUp launches a ‘Goody Box’

As a second-hand apparel retailer, ThredUp's hands are tied when it comes to an actual subscription service, but these curated boxes aim to get a stream of steady orders.






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