History of inspiration.
The PVH Archives is a physical destination and digital platform created to protect and provide access to thousands of compelling historical assets of PVH Corp. and its iconic brands.
This landmark repository honors our past as a source of inspiration, and fuels connectivity by providing access to thousands of assets and enriching, curated content. We seek to reinforce each of our brand's DNA and infuse our future with an authenticity and character that is unique to the business conducted under each.
Our brands’ apparel and marketing archives are an unparalleled and accessible design resource for our global teams.
History on Display
Our team curates multimedia installations of PVH’s impactful heritage, highlighting themes that amplify both our company DNA and our current values and priorities through engaging, immersive storytelling.
Our founders, Moses and Endel Phillips, begin mending and selling shirts for coal miners in the Pottsville, PA area.
Phillips-Van Heusen publishes its first annual Corporate Social Responsibility report.
Phillips-Van Heusen Corporation changes its name to PVH Corp. to reflect the growth and change of the company with the acquisitions of Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger. PVH Corp. is one of the largest apparel companies in the world, generating $9.9 billion in annual revenues with almost 40,000 associates operating in over 40 countries.
PVH celebrates 100 years on the New York Stock Exchange. We are one of only 26 companies and the only apparel company to mark its centennial on the NYSE.