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The fashion community is in wait-and-see mode as President Trump kicks off his agenda.
January 22, 2017
• Evan Clark
As Dior and Schiaparelli mark anniversaries, Versace has canceled its Atelier Versace couture show in favor of client events.
• Joelle Diderich
Consolidations are said to take place this week in advance of a trove of annual meetings.
• Alexandra Steigrad
For cosmetics companies, beauty bloggers can mean big, big business.
The company said November comps rose 6 percent.
Strategic investment in product, marketing, digital content and infrastructure dented the bottom line over the past year.
Comps also fall in the quarter.
Sales rose 3.8%.
July comps were positive.
Results were impacted by costs related to the brand’s March acquisition by TPG Capital and Leonard Green & Partners and merchandise issues.
If Black Friday weekend sales at brick-and-mortar stores were good, then online sales were even better.
Ullman cites more ‘value’ for creditors.
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NEW YORK — In the midst of a $240 million effort to buy Italy’s GFT SpA, first quarter earnings and sales at Plaid Clothing Group were down sharply.A report sent to Plaid bondholders and filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, said…
NEW YORK — When the folks at Ralph Lauren announced in September that they would tour college campuses in a blazing red 18-wheeler truck, they said it was a two-sided adventure: On one side, a romantic take on hitting the road, Jack Kerouac and all…
No-nonsense bons mots are legendary in the technology and operations halls at David Yurman, the luxury jewelry brand.
Holiday sales for department store chain Karstadt helped reverse Arcandor Group’s recent losses in the first quarter.
The jobs front still presented a mixed picture in March: those who said jobs are “plentiful” rose, as did those who said jobs were “hard to get.”