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Links 1 through 10 of 24 by Anita Clarke tagged adidas

The latest research into toxic water pollution released today by Greenpeace International reveals the presence of nonylphenol ethoxylates (1) in clothing items bearing the logos of 14 global brands (2), including Adidas, H&M and Abercrombie & Fitch.

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Rich colors, refined styles and 1970s minimalism are likely trends at New York Fashion Week, U.S. department store buyers say as they look for clothes to entice wary consumers amid a fragile economic recovery.

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NEW YORK — With trendy sports apparel and shoes outselling true performance and athletic products, Adidas will go global in January with ads for its Originals fashion brand.

The line accounts for 20% of Adidas sales. The items, with an average price of $70, include the classic Stan Smith tennis shoe, fleece hoodies, skimpy tennis dresses and shimmery T-shirts.

Ads for Originals, the company's first mass-market campaign in 60 years, are going worldwide after kicking off in the U.S. for the holidays.

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When it comes to China, sportswear giant Adidas AG thinks bigger is better.

At midnight Friday, the company will open its biggest store in the world here. The long, glass-clad rectangular building reflects Adidas's ambition to use China as a battleground

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Adidas AG Strikes Again
NICOLE URBANOWICZ
June 23, 2008

NEW YORK — Adidas AG is prepping to battle Wal-Mart Stores Inc. in the same Portland, Ore., court that last month awarded it $305 million in a trademark infringement suit against Payless

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NEW YORK — Shoe companies defending themselves from trademark infringement charges might think twice now before letting their disputes get to a jury. Especially after Adidas’ $304.6 million award in its battle with Payless ShoeSource.

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Adidas and Puma may be among the most recognized brands in the world, but neither might exist if not for a bitter rivalry between two brothers from a little-known village in Germany. In the 1920s, Adolf (Adi) Dassler, a soft-spoken sports fanatic who spen

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NEW YORK — Adidas AG plans to introduce more cutting-edge product in a bid to entice the fickle athletic consumer. Chairman and CEO Herbert Hainer said last Wednesday at the firm’s eighth annual investor day that Adidas’ growth efforts in 2008 will

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Rockport Eyes Global Growth with Torsion By DAN DURAY July 23, 2007 NEW YORK — Rockport is looking to put some international spring in its step with its new Torsion line this fall. The collection will incorporate parent company Adidas’ sneaker-like ar

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While Dale Earnhardt Jr. was choreographing his move to Hendrick Motorsports, his marketing team at JR Motorsports has been working on an apparel deal with Adidas that could put his own line of ClimaCool wear in major sporting goods retailers, a place whe

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