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Retail

Speculation Grows About Baker's Chase for Neiman's

A deal to sell the Dallas-based luxury chain would be difficult to execute.

clock 20hDavid Moin

Fashion

Inside Giorgio Armani's Chic Spring Collection

Dubbing his collection ‘Charmani,’ Giorgio Armani’s spring line radiated a chic charm that felt fresh and alluring.

clock September 23, 2016Bridget Foley

Fashion

Versace Rethinks Ath-leisure for Spring 2017

Donatella Versace played an athletic hand for the win for spring.

clock September 24, 2016Jessica Iredale

Green Goddess

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Overview

"The awesome thing about being a vegetarian," says Alicia Silverstone, "is that you are taking care of the environment, the animals and your health at the same time."

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Textiles

Don’t Blame the Messenger

Mauro Bianucci never set out to be a “green” designer. The 35-year-old architect and founder of Carga, a line of wool felt bags, didn’t have soil pollution…

clock October 30, 2007Catherine Hong

Lifestyle

Wriggle Me This

Earthworms, celebrities and luxury hotels make strange bedfellows, but not at The Mount Nelson, the grande dame of Cape Town, South Africa, hotels.

clock October 30, 2007Bambina Wise

Beauty Features

Secret Ingredients

Gamila Hiar isn’t your typical tree-hugger, but she does love her olive trees.

clock October 30, 2007Jessica Steinberg

Fashion Features

Pioneer Spirit

Green might be one of Australia’s national colors (the other is gold) but, to date, eco-awareness hasn’t been a national fashion priority.

clock October 30, 2007Patty Huntington

Denim

Green Jeans

The denim market faces unique challenges in the drive for eco-conscious apparel.

clock October 30, 2007Kavita Daswani

Textiles

Cleaning Up Their Act

For companies that produce and source goods outside the U.S., insuring eco-friendly production processes requires a lot of oversight.

clock October 30, 2007WWD Staff

People

Green Goddess: Change Agent… Green Getaway…

“We all sit around talking about things we want to change, but unless you change, it ain’t going to happen,” says Alicia Silverstone. “I used to say, ‘What…

clock October 30, 2007Marcy Medina

Retail Features

Leading the Way

Recognizing the potential for cost savings and new markets, European retailers are taking a leadership role in the green movement.

clock October 30, 2007Ellen Groves

Intimates and Activewear

Swimwear Makers Dip Toe in Green Scene

For many, summertime evokes images of sunning on the beach and swimming in the ocean. Now, a number of companies are starting to offer eco-friendly and…

clock October 30, 2007Melanie Lasoff Levs

Fashion Features

Brazilians Build Business While Battling Nature’s Foes

Early this year, Oskar Metsavaht, the designer and founder of Brazilian beachwear and casualwear brand Osklen, gathered together a group of biologists,…

clock October 30, 2007Michael Kepp

Fashion Features

Fin Takes ‘Nice’ to Earthly Extreme

Fin plans to take “nice” to another level.

clock October 30, 2007Ellen Groves

People

Abode: Environmentally Aware Home Cooking

Nestled in a courtyard on Santa Monica, Calif.’s, Ocean Avenue stands Abode, a fine dining restaurant that brings an eco-conscious outlook to the dining…

clock October 30, 2007Diana Ryu

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

The candidates and their families wear George W. Bush-era fashions, conjuring adversarial, provocative styles that could emerge during either party’s administration: From left to right: Chelsea Clinton as Paris Hilton, Hillary Clinton in Juicy Couture, Bill Clinton as Blink-182’s Travis Barker, Melania Trump as Avril Lavigne, and Ivanka and Donald Trump as Britney Spears and Kevin Federline.

Fashion

Could the Election Be Good for Fashion?

clock 20hMisty White Sidell

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