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Business

Hong Kong Loses Ralph Lauren Flagship, Braces for More Closures

Ralph Lauren quietly shuttered its two-year-old 20,000-square-foot store last week. Other brands are expected to close boutiques in a city that has lost its luster for cash-rich mainland Chinese tourists.

clock 13hAmanda Kaiser and Tiffany Ap

Beauty

WWD Beauty Inc Honors the Industry’s Best for 2016

The 15th-annual awards ceremony recognized the accomplishments of a cross section of beauty executives.

clock 20hLayla Ilchi

Business

Michael Jordan Wins Trademark Case in China

The decision could be a landmark ruling for Western brands in China.

clock December 8, 2016Nyima Pratten

Man of the Week (In Review)

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Overview

A look back at the year’s sartorial hits and misses. SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

The Berluti store in Ginza

Designer and Luxury

Luxury Footwear Labels Target Tokyo

John Lobb, Berluti and Church’s have opened new stores in the city.

clock December 13, 2013Amanda Kaiser and Kelly Wetherille

Janie Bryant

Textiles

Mack Weldon Partners With ‘Mad Men’ Designer

Janie Bryant has entered into a collaboration with the e-commerce retailer to create a line of men’s socks for spring.

clock December 26, 2013Karyn Monget

A VK Nagrani brand experience center.

Retail

VK Nagrani Creates Experience Shops

The designer sells 30,000 pairs of socks each year to specialty stores and branched out into a full lifestyle collection about a year and a half ago.

clock December 26, 2013Jean E. Palmieri

Although they have the same hairline, Prince William and Prince George are both adorable and rank on top of our highly anticipated list of stylemakers of the year.

People

Man of the Week: The Year in Review

A look back at 2013’s sartorial hits and misses.

clock December 26, 2013WWD Staff

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

Sen. Charles Schumer at podium with Leo Gerard of United Steelworkers.

Business

Democrats Help Launch ‘Trump Outsource Watch’

clock 21hKristi Ellis

Social Studies