News

Ryohei Kawanishi (Left), and a look from Landlord.

Men's

Ryohei Kawanishi’s Landlord Stands Out in Crowded Men’s Market

Ryohei Kawanishi used to think men’s wear was boring — until he created Landlord.

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Bath & Body Works has steadily siphoned fragrance business.

Beauty

Mass Market Fragrance’s Great Disappearing Act

Can the mass market fragrance business be saved from extinction?

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A design from Valextra's spring 2017 collection.

Accessories

Valextra Widens U.S. Distribution as It Looks to Triple Global Sales

The Italian brand had exclusively retailed through Barneys in the U.S. for a decade, but has widened its reach to chart growth.

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Eye

I.M. Pei, Robert Stern Help Fete William Zeckendorf Jr.

The late developer’s memoir, “Developing: My Life” written with Joan Duncan Oliver, was celebrated in Manhattan.

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Amber Valetta with Mario Testino at the Clio Awards

Media

Graydon Carter Presents Mario Testino with Clio Award, Talks Trump, New Projects

Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter talked upcoming film and theater projects, Donald Trump and Mario Testino at 57th annual Clio Awards.

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Supreme Court

Business

Supreme Court to Hear Case on Credit Card Fees

The case could have implications for retailers embroiled in a separate legal battle against credit card companies over swipe fees.

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The next installment of Madewell x Sézane

Fashion

The Paris Review Helps Celebrate Madewell x Sézane at Metrograph with Brigitte

Brigitte and DJs The Dove & The Wolf performed at Wednesday’s party for the next Madewell x Sézane collection.

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Accessories

Former Graff U.S. CEO Henri Barguirdjian Establishes Fine Gem Investment Firm

Barguirdjian and partner Philip Falcone will purchase fine gems as safe-haven investments.

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Jill Scalamandre and honoree Marc Rey at the 2016 DreamBall.

Beauty

Marc Rey and Daniel Annese Honored at 2016 DreamBall

A total of $1,663,000 was raised to support the Look Good Feel Better foundation.

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Retail

Canada’s Oshawa Centre Marks Major Redevelopment

The revamp involved 375,000 square feet of retail space including growing the center by 260,000 square feet.

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A look from the Brooks Brothers Red Fleece collection.

Retail

Brooks Brothers to Open Red Fleece Café

The retailer is opening its first coffee shop on the lower level of its Flatiron store, which will be converted into Manhattan’s first Red Fleece shop.

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Justin Peck (center) with New York City Ballet principal dancers Sara Mearns (left) and Amar Ramasar (right)

Fashion

Humberto Leon, Justin Peck to Team Again on Ballet Costumes

The Opening Ceremony cofounder and New York City Ballet choreographer-in-residence are to reprise their partnership.

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