Michael Kramer, former head of Kellwood, was among executives leaving troubled retailer.
Retailer claims apparel company is in process of selling brand.
The parent of Kellwood Co. is considering taking Vince -- one of the Town and Country-based apparel company's more high-profile brands -- public, according to a news report.
J.C. Penney's attempt to get rid of sales and promotions has backfired
After three years in business, the store in the St. Louis Galleria will close by the end of July.
Kellwood Co.'s new CEO hasn't wasted time she she came on board last month.
Kellwood Co. has appointed Jill Granoff, former head of Kenneth Cole Productions, Inc., to be its new chief executive officer.
Nobody wants to pay full price when you know there's a huge markup and a sale will be coming soon.
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Kellwood Co. is planning to drop Adam, the upscale contemporary sportswear line that it acquired last year, according to a news report.
Kellwood's chief has indeed been lured away by J.C. Penney.
Now that the World Series is over, one of my favorite spectator sports has become watching retailers trying to outdo one another in the run-up to Black Friday and the official start of the holiday shopping season.
It looks like Kellwood's chief may be moving on.
When disasters strike, scam artists and opportunists often come out in full force.
Will Catherine Malandrino be the next contemporary fashion brand to be snapped up by Kellwood?
Some folks have remarked to me about the last two paragraphs in my Sunday business story in which the CEO of Kellwood -- Michael Kramer -- said he wanted to "get out of suburbia" and move the company to another part of the region.
Apparel company shifts emphasis to luxury market, which is one of the fastest-growing retail segments.
The Town and Country-based apparel company is obviously optimistic about the future of fashion. Women's Wear Daily reported that Kellwood acquired Rebecca Taylor today. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Kellwood Corp., the Town and Country-based apparel company, is in an aggressive growth mode and could potentially double its size in the next 6 to 9 months, Michael Kramer, the company's chief executive said Thursday after it completed an acquisition.