Michael Strahan Expands Men’s Wearhouse Partnership With Latest Line, MSX by Michael Strahan

Former Super Bowl champion and current co-host of ABC’s Good Morning America, Michael Strahan, alongside his business partner, Constance Schwartz-Morini, have announced that they are expanding their existing partnership with Tailored Brands.

With the latest expansion, the MSX by Michael Strahan line will be sold at Men’s Wearhouse and Moores, building upon its successful introduction of Collection by Michael Strahan last fall. The athletic-inspired line features exclusive styles to meet the customers wherever they happen to be every day, whether at home lounging, at work, or on the go.

“I couldn’t be prouder to expand our partnership and bring MSX to Men’s Wearhouse and Moores,” says Strahan in a written statement. “The new MSX workleisure styles, combined with our Collection tailored suits and high-quality denim, provide a variety of affordable wardrobe staples for any occasion. It

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Dick’s Introduces VRST Men’s Apparel Line

Dick’s Sporting Goods  (DKS) – Get Report on Tuesday said it launched a men’s athletic apparel line, VRST.

The line will be marketed as a premium lifestyle brand for men, comparable to Lululemon.  (LULU) – Get Report

Its launch follows the success of Dick’s in-house apparel brand for women, Calia by Carrie Underwood. The Pittsburgh sporting-goods retailer said that Calia was the second-best performing athletics brand in 2020, after Nike.  (NKE) – Get Report

The new clothing line will be available online at the Dick’s Sporting Goods website as well as at a stand-alone retail site, It will also be available at over 400 Dick’s brick-and-mortar locations in the coming weeks, the company said.

VRST will include commuter pants, joggers, t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts, and quarter-zips, at prices ranging from $30 to $120. The clothing will be available in several inseam and waist

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Men’s Resort Wear Line Commas Wins Australia’s National Designer Award

SYDNEY — Sydney-based men’s resort wear line Commas has won the 2021 National Designer Award, one of Australia’s leading emerging designer trophies.

Announced Thursday morning Melbourne time at the pre-launch of the Melbourne Fashion Festival, Commas founder and creative director Richard Jarman and his wife and business partner Emma Jarman have won a prize pool that includes 10,000 Australian dollars or $7,909 at current exchange in cash, marketing support and a mentorship program with event partner David Jones. Commas also won the award’s Honorable Mention for Sustainability.

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Jarman, a former property valuer who has no formal fashion training, launched Commas in 2016 as a line of swimming shorts made from recycled polyester and has since expanded into a full men’s resort wear offering. With sustainability a key focus of the company since Day One, the ready-to-wear features organic cottons and deadstock fabrics, all freight is now

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Esthetician launches line of lip gloss

Whether Darika Marie Williams does your nails or eyelashes, she’ll spend the session raising your energy with the hope you’ll spread “good vibes” to others once you leave her chair.

“My goal is to rekindle every strong woman’s high vibration using beauty, mind and soul,” Williams said. “Because when you feel so beautiful, you can make somebody else feel beautiful too.”

Long eyelashes are her signature look, people constantly stop to ask her where she gets them done.

“You know when you love something how you can talk about it so passionately?” Williams said. “I realized every time somebody would ask me about them, I was selling them.”

Entrepreneur Darika Marie Williams models her nails and lashes on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021 at her apartment in Battle Creek, Mich. When the pandemic hit Michigan, the 25-year-old esthetician focused her energy on launching a line of lip gloss and charm bangles.

So the 25-year-old from Battle Creek earned her esthetician license at the end of 2019. She worked third shift at CVS pharmacy as she built a steady base of clients for her beauty services.

Then, the COVID-19 pandemic hit Michigan.


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