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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 21hDavid 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

Hit the Town

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Overview

A multitude of trade shows in Las Vegas will deliver the key trends for spring.SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

What’s New at the Las Vegas Shows?

Trade show organizers and exhibiting brands discuss their strategies.

clock August 18, 2014Rachel Brown and David Yi

Clothing/Furnishings

Ones to Watch in Las Vegas: Men’s Wear

Two brands to watch in Vegas.

clock August 18, 2014David Yi

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Las Vegas Trade Shows: Ones to Watch

A few fresh faces exhibiting throughout this week’s plethora of trade shows.

clock August 18, 2014WWD Staff

Lifestyle

Las Vegas Scene

When the sun goes down and the show floor closes, there are myriad ways to keep the action going in Vegas. Here, some of the newest and best.

clock August 18, 2014Rebecca Dancer

Trends

Las Vegas Trend: They’re With the Band

With fringe, patchwork, embroidery and all things boho, music festival fashion is now a category unto itself.

clock August 18, 2014Antonia Sardone

Trends

Las Vegas Trend: Tough Love

Cool motorcycle-inspired looks — with an ample shot of red —?are gaining major traction for spring.

clock August 18, 2014Antonia Sardone

Trends

Las Vegas Trend: White Noise

These white looks attract attention with surface interest and texture.

clock August 18, 2014Antonia Sardone

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 21hMisty White Sidell

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