All proceeds from the shoes will go to the club, which has closed its doors due to COVID-19.
The electronics retailer has changed its dress code.
The Minnesota bag and apparel maker's trademark canvas features on the boot.
It comes as the denim company moves away from its partnership with struggling Sears.
It's rolled out a new line of dinosaur-related apparel.
The brand will open its first pop-up location in the Midwest.
The khaki pants will no longer be compulsory.
The clothing company announced it won't renew its Target partnership in 2020.
The retailer has teamed up for a collection with British bootmaker Hunter.
Forget the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile – L.L.Bean's rolling icon is way more Minnesotan.
The company is in a financial slump.
It's the most body-inclusive brand the retailer has ever created.
The Christmas sweater is still hard to find in Minnesota.
Put it on your holiday list, next to the brontosaurus hoodie.
Prize money will help them replenish wardrobes and classrooms
"Props to Target for carrying girls clothes with something other than ponies and princesses," one father wrote.