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Report: J. Crew Plans Men’s Stand-Alone Store

BY CSA STAFF

New York City, J. Crew Group revealed plans for the company’s first stand-alone men’s store, according to the Daily News Record.

“We’re taking a more-leadership role in men’s wear,” Chairman and CEO Millard Drexler told the publication. “We think it’s an important opportunity in the marketplace. We’ve done it with women’s wear and accessories, and we’re trying to make the same impact in men’s over the next year or so.”

“We have no location yet, but we know we can articulate J. Crew Men’s in its own store and express it in its own environment,” Drexler added.

The company has just started searching for a site and has no timetable on when the first store will open.

The report said the idea for a men’s-only store came from the success the company has had merchandising men’s wear on separate floors in some of its larger stores.

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Yahoo! chief to speak at CES

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LAS VEGAS Yahoo! ceo Jerry Yang has been added to the list of high profile speakers who’ll appear at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) scheduled for Jan. 7 to 10 in Las Vegas.

Yang will kick off the Industry Insider Series with an address on Jan. 7 at 11 a.m. at the Las Vegas Hilton Theater. Yang co-created the Yahoo! Internet navigational guide in 1994 and co-founded the company in 1995.

“Jerry Yang co-founded and leads one of the most influential and ground-breaking Internet navigational sites in history, making information instantaneously accessible for consumers across the globe,” said CES president Gary Shapiro. “We look forward to hearing Yang’s views on the evolution of Internet technology and its impact on consumer technology products.”

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Tesco launches fashion networking site

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LONDON Tesco has jumped on the social networking bandwagon with the launch of “fashionfile,” an online community that enables fashionistas to customize, store and share fashion tips with others.

According to reports, the actual social networking aspect of the program will be available in late November, when users will be able to share tips with friends via the site. Until then, users can upload pictures and information to their personal fashionfile page, which they can view on demand.

In order to promote its new fashion initiative, Tesco is offering vouchers to be used in stores to those who sign up for the program and recommend it to their friends.

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