Little is known about the complete history of 511 Inc. as listed in Hoovers. It is a privately held company based in Modesto, CA. They are most famous for being the official pants supplier to the FBI Academy in Quantico, VA. ...more on Wikipedia about "5.11 Tactical Series Clothing"
Abercrombie & Fitch is a specialty retailer encompassing four concepts: Abercrombie & Fitch, abercrombie ( Abercrombie Kids), Hollister Co., and Ruehl no.925. The merchandise is sold in retail stores throughout the United States, in catalogs, and online. As of 2006, the company operated 351 Abercrombie & Fitch stores in all U.S. states (except Wyoming) and in the District of Columbia, and 3 stores in Canada. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abercrombie & Fitch"
Abercrombie Kids, more often simply abercrombie, is a smaller version of the popular Abercrombie & Fitch retailer. It is one of their four concept stores (the others being Hollister Co., Abercrombie & Fitch, and Ruehl No. 925) but is mainly for boys and girls ages 7-14 years old, unlike the other three. Like the original Abercrombie & Fitch, abercrombie sells clothing inspired by the American Lifestyle and is often described as " preppy". The designs of both abercrombie and Abercrombie & Fitch are very much alike; posters of good looking models appear in both stores, and they use the same color scheme. ...more on Wikipedia about "Abercrombie Kids"
The Acushnet Company is a sporting goods company that focuses primarily on golf-related products. ...more on Wikipedia about "Acushnet Company"
Aéropostale ( NYSE: ARO ) is a clothing retailer oriented towards teenagers ages 11-18, selling athletically geared, casual clothing at competitive yet reasonable price. The Aéropostale name originated from a 1920s French/Latin-American airmail firm, Compagnie Générale Aéropostale. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aéropostale (clothing)"
Akademiks (an intentional misspelling of "academics") is an American brand of urban clothing popular with devotees of hip hop music. The label was founded in partnership by two brothers, Donwan and Emmett Harrell. ...more on Wikipedia about "Akademiks"
American Eagle Outfitters is an American clothing retailer founded in 1977 in Pittsburgh's north suburbs and has recently announced a move to a new urban headquarters campus in the city's historic "Steel Valley". It is now commonly referred to by the abbreviation "American Eagle" or simply "AE" rather than its full title. American Eagle sells clothing that is specifically targeted toward the 20-something college student demographic. Widely popular on American college campuses, American Eagle's clothing is most often designed with the style of college students in mind. The trend has also caught on with middle and high school students, although they are not the company's intended wearers. ...more on Wikipedia about "American Eagle Outfitters" My way is http://www.shortopedia.com
And 1 is an athletic shoe manufacturer specializing in basketball shoes and apparel. Founded in 1993, its US headquarters are located in Paoli, Pennsylvania. ...more on Wikipedia about "And 1"
Banana Republic is a chain of "casual luxury" clothing stores owned by Gap Inc., which also operates The Gap and Old Navy stores. Founded in 1969, The Gap is a mid-scale specialty retailer, while Old Navy was launched in 1994 as a value chain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Banana Republic"
bebe stores is an American clothing retailer founded in 1976 by Manny Mashouf in San Francisco. The company designs, develops and produces contemporary woman's apparel and accessories that targets the 21 to 35-year-old woman who "seeks current fashion trends to suit her lifestyle". ...more on Wikipedia about "Bebe stores"
Birdwell is a American surf clothing company, headquartered in California, makers of Birdwell Beach Britches. Founded by Carrie Birdwell Mann in 1961, the company manufactures and sells customised heavy-duty swimsuits, which are sold internationally. With four basic models, various fabrics, including Surfnyl, Tectyl, heavy nylon, sailcloth, and canvas, more than 40 colours, and various other options, the combinations that can be created are nearly endless. Justifiably, the company's motto is "We don't build 1000 things. We build one thing 1000 ways.". ...more on Wikipedia about "Birdwell (clothing)"
Champion is a sportswear producer, and has produced uniforms for National Basketball Association teams. The brand is a subsidiary of the Sara Lee Corporation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Champion (sportswear)"
Charlotte Russe is a chain store in the United States that is mainly dedicated to selling women's clothing and accessories. Based in San Diego, California, the company is led by Bernie Zeichner. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charlotte Russe"
Coach Inc. is an American leather goods company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Coach (corporation)"
Colorado Trading & Clothing CO is a USA company operating in textile industry. The company is based in Denver, Colorado. The company was recently involved in a controversy where it was alleged that they were importing textiles from Burma even when it was under sanctions for human rights violations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colorado Trading & Clothing"
Columbia Sportswear Company is a United States company that manufactures and distributes outerwear and sportswear. Founded in 1938 by present chairwoman Gert Boyle, the company is headquartered in Portland, Oregon. Columbia Sportswear also produces footwear, headgear, camping equipment, skiwear, and outerwear accessories. ...more on Wikipedia about "Columbia Sportswear"
David and Goliath are a clothing company from America, out of Clearwater, Florida. Primarily a clothing company, they also produce sandals with various designs, books, bags, and other accessories. ...more on Wikipedia about "David and Goliath"
Express is an American clothing company owned by Limited Brands. Express was predominantly a women's clothing company. However in early 2000, the Structure brand (another Limited Brands company) was realigned into ExpressMen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Express"
Famous Stars And Straps is a clothing company owned by Travis Barker of Blink-182. ...more on Wikipedia about "Famous Stars And Straps"
Fossil, Inc. is a Richardson, Texas-based designer and manufacturer of clothing and accessories, primarily watches and jewelry, but also sunglasses and wallets. Their brands include Fossil, Relic, Abacus, and Zodiac. Fossil has been very successful with its own brands and this success has led to companies coming to Fossil to create licensed watch lines. The licensed watch lines that Fossil designs, manufactures, and distributes include Burberry, DKNY, Emporio Armani, Columbia, Diesel, Frank Gehry, Philippe Starck, Michael Kors, Callaway Golf, and Davis Cup. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fossil, Inc."
Gap Inc. is the largest specialty retailer in the United States. Their headquarters are located in San Francisco, California. Its namesake chain, Gap (originally The Gap), operates in the U.S. as well as in Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Japan. Gap Inc. also owns and runs the Old Navy, Banana Republic, and Forth & Towne clothing store chains. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gap (clothing retailer)"
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Hollister Co. is a clothing store based in the United States that is popular among people in and around the age group of 13 to 25. The Hollister concept was formed on February 12, 2000, the first store opening in 2002 at the Topanga Canyon Mall in Canoga Park, California. Hollister Co. is a wholly-owned subsidiary under Abercrombie & Fitch Management Co., which includes the lifestyle brands of Abercrombie & Fitch, abercrombie, and Ruehl no. 925. (J.M. Hollister LLC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Abercrombie & Fitch Stores, Inc.) ...more on Wikipedia about "Hollister Co."
Hurley International is a youth clothing company located in Costa Mesa, California founded by the Hurley Family in Williamsburg, Virginia. Hurley is now owned by Nike, Inc.. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hurley International"
J.Crew is a men's and women's clothing and accessories company in the United States. J.Crew was founded in 1983 with the launch of its catalog and expanded into brick and mortar retailing in 1989 with its flagship store in New York City. It has since become an American brand known worldwide for its collections of classic clothes and accessories to live, work, play and get married in. The company sells clothing designed to somewhat imitate (at lower prices) clothiers that traditionally catered to "preppies", such as Brooks Brothers and J. Press. ...more on Wikipedia about "J.Crew"
Lands' End is a Dodgeville, Wisconsin-based clothing retailer specializing in casual clothing, luggage, and home furnishing. The majority of Lands' End's business is conducted through their mail order and Internet sales, but the company also runs more than a dozen retail operations, primarily in the Upper Midwest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lands' End"
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