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Fashion

French High Court Rejects Burkini Ban

Rights groups applaud the decision as a victory for individual and religious freedom.

clock 1hMiles Socha

Business

Prada Profits Slump 25% in H1

Revenues dropped 15 percent, despite the "first signs of improving trends in Mainland China.”

clock 2hGordon Sirlisi

Beauty

Stash SJP Brings Edge to Celeb Scent Game

SJP's unexpected strategy to face celeb fragrance fallout.

clock 11hRachel Strugatz

Twin Set

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Overview

Currently playing a string of sold-out shows from Alberta to Australia in support of their fifth album, identical sisters Tegan and Sara rock a unified sound and edgy look that belie their separate talents and individual tastes.

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People

Chorus Girls

These up-and-coming artists combine a standout sound with stand-alone style.

clock August 30, 2007WWD Staff

People

Seeing Double

Identical twin rockers Tegan and Sara are two individuals with a unified sound.

clock August 30, 2007Marcy Medina

People

The Italian Job

Beyonce shines as the spokesmodel for Emporio Armani’s Diamonds fragrance.

clock August 30, 2007Michelle Edgar

Beauty Features

Stage Beauties

With more and more artists jumping into the beauty business, it sometimes feels like companies and pop stars are pairing off in an industry game of musical…

clock August 30, 2007Michelle Edgar

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Grammy Fashion

The Recording Academy develops its own label.

clock August 30, 2007Libby Estell

People

Cutting A Deal

Levi’s launches a record label Down Under.

clock August 30, 2007Patty Huntington

Parties

The Invisible Bands

A new label provides the playlist for Ron Herman and Juicy Couture while giving new talent a wider audience.

clock August 30, 2007Jenny Sundel

People

Classical Studies: On a High Note… Keyed Up… A Religious Experience…

These young talents are taking traditional training in a new direction.

clock August 30, 2007WWD Staff

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