Heritage brand Pendleton, known for its stunning Native American-inspired designs in the Pendleton Trade blanket for more than 100 years, is releasing its first-ever for men Signature Coat Collection for fall/winter 2015.Related: 5 Perfect Fall Blankets “Our single biggest challenge came from our own internal scrutiny where we challenged ourselves to find a niche where our collection can play and be successful,” says Marion Pericin, Pendleton Outerwear Sales Director. “We feel for fall 2016, we are excited about releasing a larger presentation of products focused at a “fashion meets function” concept to a fashion conscious customer, a younger consumer with a segment of our collection and an outdoor/ functional consumer. We are also very excited about the technological advances in fabrics that makes our concept market right for fall 2015 and moving forward for fall 2016 with a “natural fiber” story that we are optimistic will resonate with all age groups.”The most affordable of the bunch, the Sante Fe trucker jacket ($275), is made of 80% wool and 20% Melton lambswool bonded with polyester Tricot. It features a detachable premium faux-moulton collar and micro-brushed pocket linings.Then there’s the Maritime ($425), a peacoat constructed from Australian lambswool and featuring genuine leather-bound buttonholes.They’re also offering the Fremont, Pericin’s favorite amongst the collection, a “hybrid coat” with insulated vestie crafted from Italian-designed black/camel herringbone pattern lambswool. That’ll set you back $475.“Taking the ‘novelty woolen’ concept with a versatile, casual piece that a consumer can dress up with a career guy in mind whom would where this piece to work while also appealing to that same consumer at night or on the weekend, where this piece can be casually worn with denim to offer a dressed down look. Versatility in a wardrobe is very important in today’s fashion market and to become a relevant brand to all consumers all these factors are important.”You can purchase Pendleton’s new collection here. It’s Time to Ditch Your Sleeping Bag for a Versatile, Lightweight Camping Quilt 9 Socially Conscious Sweaters for Cozying Up in Comfort This Fall
by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 30, 2014 12:25 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – Amaya Gaming Group’s shareholders have approved a financing that’s key to its proposed acquisition of the world’s largest online poker company, operator of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker.The company (TSX:AYA) said Wednesday it has now obtained all the required shareholder approvals after receiving regulatory support needed to close the deal.Shareholders approved the creation of a new class of convertible preferred shares and warrants as part of the financing. They also approved changing the company’s name to Amaya Inc.Montreal-based Amaya has agreed to pay US$4.9 billion for the Oldford Group, parent company of the Rational Group, whose poker brands have more than 85 million registered players.CEO David Baazov said after the meeting that he was pleased with the “phenomenal and overwhelming support” from shareholders, but acknowledged the hard work that lies ahead.“As hard as you feel you’ve worked historically in M&A (mergers and acquisitions) and until you get the transaction done, the hard part always comes after it’s done,” he said in a brief interview.Analyst Ralph Garcea of Global Maxfin Capital raised his target price for Amaya to $35 from $30 on anticipation of strong results ahead.“We believe the street is underestimating the positive impact of the recent deals as well as the growth opportunities in U.S. online gaming,” he wrote in a report.After hitting an all-time high on Tuesday, Amaya’s shares closed down 12 cents at $29.49 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Wednesday.The Rational Group, based on the Isle of Man off the coast of Britain, is also a producer of live poker events and poker programming for television and online audiences. It employs more than 1,700 people and has online poker licenses in Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Isle of Man, Italy, Malta and Spain.Amaya provides gambling products and services for casinos and gambling companies in North America, Latin America and Europe.Follow @RossMarowits on Twitter Amaya shareholders give OK to deal for online poker company the Oldford Group
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