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Evan Clark

Deputy Managing Editor

Evan Clark is deputy managing editor at WWD where he has written about the fashion industry through the lenses of technology, finance, business and politics. In his current role, he helps guide WWD’s financial and technology coverage and writes breaking news and analysis of mergers and acquisitions and business trends. He joined WWD in 2000 as a financial reporter and his career has included positions covering firms such as Jones, Kellwood and Fifth & Pacific as well as in Washington, D.C., covering major political and regulatory issues. He holds a bachelor of arts in English literature from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

More From Evan Clark

Rent the Runway Stock Falls After IPO

The Jennifer Hyman-led rental firm priced at the high-end of its range in an upsized offering that ultimately…

Rent the Runway IPO Goes Bigger

Shares of the Jennifer Hyman-led rental firm priced at $21 in an upsized offering.

WWD Honors: For Corporate Citizenship, Levi Strauss & Co.

CEO Chip Bergh on how the denim brand is keeping the pressure up on purpose over profit.

WWD Honors: For Creative Leadership, VF’s Steve Rendle

The WWD Honor recipient for Creative Leadership on keeping course during the pandemic, managing via screen…

Allbirds Targeting $2 Billion Valuation With IPO

The sustainable sneaker-maker is getting ready to step out soon with its Wall Street debut.

In Fashion: Supply Chain Shutdown, Start Up and Reinvention

The global network that feeds the economy is overwhelmed and evolving.

Steve Rendle on VF’s China Slowdown, Portfolio Power, and More

The CEO sought to highlight the company's breadth and potential in its smaller brands amid a China slowdown…

VF Touts Momentum While Wall Street Takes Cautious Stance

Shares fell as the company's quarterly profits rose strongly, but missed Wall Street projections.

Rent the Runway’s $1.5 Billion Next Step

The fashion rental business is set to ship out to Wall Street next week.

The Spin-off Potential: Saks as Dot-com Test Case

Saks' split and an activist campaign at Macy's is forcing retail to reevaluate its omnichannel positioning.

Ron Johnson’s Enjoy Gets Ready for Wall Street

Marquee Raine SPAC investors signed off on a deal to buy the commerce-at-home firm, giving it an enterprise…

Poshmark Buys Sneaker Verification Firm Suede One

The secondhand platform is building its capabilities to authenticate and spot fakes.

In Fashion: Next Generation Control Freaks With a Dream

CEOs at Allbirds, Warby Parker and RTR are all coming to the market with a kind of iron grip on their…

Levi’s Bounces Back in Third Quarter Despite Pandemic Woes

CEO Chip Bergh told WWD the company reoriented during COVID-19 and is thriving despite supply chain snafus…

The Outside View: Reading Fashion’s Data Science Tea Leaves

Insights about the gathering wave of young fashion shoppers.