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Marion Cotillard, Caroline Scheufele

Accessories

Marion Cotillard Designs ‘Green’ Jewels for Chopard

The Oscar winner said it was the first time she had turned her hand to jewelry design.

– 6:46 PM, EST

Fashion

Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian Moves to Tourneau

C.Wonder’s former executive vice president of e-commerce has found a new post as chief marketing officer and new business development at Tourneau. Katherine Bahamonde Monasebian began at the watch firm in February.

– 6:45 PM, EST

Business

Iconix’s CFO Resigns

Iconix Brands Group’s chief financial officer, Jeff Lupinacci, has resigned to pursue another business opportunity.

– 6:37 PM, EST

John Paul DeJoria

Beauty

Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban Returning to Cosmoprof

Shark Tank investor Mark Cuban will return to Cosmoprof North America in July.

– 6:35 PM, EST

Dan and Dean Caten

Men's

DSquared2 Twins on U.S. Tour

It’s been 20 years since twin brothers Dan and Dean Caten launched their first men’s wear collection, and now it’s time for the retail rollout to begin in earnest.

– 6:30 PM, EST

Aerie, Yellowberry

Retail

Aerie in Programs on Body Image, Eating Disorders

The American Eagle Outfitters subbrand on March 26 launched a limited-edition collaborative bralette collection for the 11- to 15-year-old set called Aerie for Yellowberry.

– 6:27 PM, EST

Dom Pérignon Rosé atmosphere.

Eye

Dom Perignon Celebrates New Vintage

To celebrate the launch of its newest Champagne iteration, the Rosé Vintage 2004, Dom Pérignon hosted a grand cabaret for the fashion set.

– 5:40 PM, EST

Business

M&As Trigger Market Rally

The biggest advancer of the tracker was Yoox.com, which rose 10.4 percent to $25.14.

– 5:09 PM, EST

Business

SEC Charges Lynn Tilton With Fraud

The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Lynn Tilton and her Patriarch Partners firms with fraud.

– 4:12 PM, EST

Converse renamed this longtime classic sneaker, originally dubbed the All Star, after another American icon — basketball great Chuck Taylor — in 1921.

Business

Wal-Mart Hits Back in Converse Case

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., one of several companies targeted by Converse Inc. in a trademark infringement claim, accused Converse of trying to “extort monetary settlements” from a large swath of the industry.

– 3:56 PM, EST