It’s the home stretch of Fashion Month Madness. Paris Fashion Week starts on Tuesday, March 1, with several hotly anticipated shows after major designer shakeups at Lanvin, Dior and Balenciaga after the September season.
2. Adidas, Crocs Report Quarterly Earnings
Adidas is hoping to continue its momentum in the latest quarter, riding the buzz of its lifestyle lines and strengthening of Reebok. Its continued pressure point? Taylor Made. The athletic giant reports earnings on Thursday, March 3. Crocs looks to continue its turnaround amidst a slowdown in China. The shoe line reports after-market close on Monday, Feb. 29.
3. Election, TPP Keep Rolling Along
Super Tuesday will certainly take up big headlines tomorrow, March 1, as 11 states head to the polls to vote in the primaries. Donald Trump will look to solidify his lead over his opponents on the Republican side, while Hillary Clinton aims to rake in more delegates, distancing her lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side.
As the Congressional calendar continues to dwindle in days left to address business, Sen. Orrin Hatch and chairman of the Finance Committee is hosting a hearing on the Trans-Pacific Partnership on Thursday, March 3. Those testifying in the hearing range from The Nature Conservancy to Qualcomm Inc.
4. Two Hot Jordan Releases Set For Saturday
Jordan Brand is set to debut two new hot sneakers, including the second colorway of the Air Jordan XXX “UNC” and the Air Jordan 2 Retro “Wing It” are both scheduled for Saturday, March 5.