Previously, from the DNR you could find men's fashion
news, features, trends, fashion careers and events relevant
Daily News Record (or DNR) was an
American fashion trade journal published by Fairchild
Publications, Inc.. DNR started in 1890
when Edmund Fairchild used the wealth he had accumulated
selling soap to purchase the Chicago Herald Gazette, a
newspaper which focused on the men's clothing business.
Along with his brother Luis,
Fairchild published a mimeographed paper which they called
the Daily Trade Record and distributed at 1893
Chicago World's Fair. The paper was so successful that the
pair decided to continue publication even after the fair
finished. It acquired its current name some time later, and
included a small feature about women's wear. In July, 1910,
this feature was split from the paper, and given its own
publication that is today
Women's Wear Daily.
In 1993, the parent
company of the Daily News Record, Fairchild Publications,
Inc. was acquired by Condé Nast Publications after briefly
being owned by The Walt Disney Company (which had acquired
when it purchased Capital Cities Communications).
The staff was told of DNR's folding
at an afternoon meeting on Nov. 20, 2008,
by editor in chief John Birmingham. Its men's fashion
coverage was absorbed into Women's Wear Daily and is
featured every week.
Here is our description of the paper BEFORE, they closed
DNR is one of the fashion industries leading news
resources. This apparel trade paper is read by new comers
to the industry as well as top-level executives from the
leading clothing companies. The Daily News Record (DNR) is
published each week and distributed to clothing retailers,
manufacturers, the financial community as well as other
people interested in style or the business of fashion. The
DNR specializes in men's fashion."
more about the Daily News Record at the DNR