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Beauty

Elf Cosmetics Files for IPO

The mass-market beauty company had $96.8 million in sales for the first half of 2016.

clock August 26, 2016Allison Collins

Fashion

Burkini Ban Rejected by French High Court

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

clock August 26, 2016Miles Socha

Beauty

Stash SJP Brings Edge to Celeb Scent Game

SJP's unexpected strategy to face celeb fragrance fallout.

clock August 26, 2016Rachel Strugatz

Reflections

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House Backs Justice Probe of Martha

WASHINGTON — Martha Stewart can’t seem to shake the feds.

On Tuesday, a congressional panel asked the Department of Justice to look into whether the chief executive officer of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia deliberately lied or…

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Fashion Features

In Brief

EU LAUNDRY LIST: A draft of potential U.S. products that could be hit with punitive European Union duties is being circulated among EU members, and it includes man-made and cotton apparel and textiles. The draft, sent Tuesday to EU members, is a…

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Fashion Features

Corrections

In 1976, Macy’s set off its first Fourth of July fireworks extravaganza for the nation’s bicentennial. This was incorrect in a story on page 5, Tuesday.

The name of New York-based firm Ballinger Gold was misspelled in a…

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Fashion Features

Reflections

NEW YORK — A year ago, the third day of the spring runway shows here was just getting under way in Bryant Park when two planes crashed into the World Trade Center towers, just a few miles away.

In the minutes leading up to their ultimate…

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Fashion Features

SoHo: Survival of a Neighborhood

NEW YORK — Downtown is on the rebound.

In the aftermath of Sept. 11, retail neighborhoods south of Houston Street experienced a dramatic falloff in business. Their proximity to Ground Zero, the acrid stench of smoke that hung in the air…

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Fashion Features

Chinatown in Tatters: Makers Stagger Back

NEW YORK — Chinatown’s garment industry has changed dramatically since the Sept. 11 attacks that altered the perception of what it’s like to work in the city.

The neighborhood’s workforce is much smaller than it was, but…

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Fashion Features

A Nationwide Struggle: West Weathers Impact

LOS ANGELES — Fear and uncertainty have affected West Coast retailing and manufacturing sectors as much as other areas of the country, compounding difficulties in some pockets, like Silicon Valley and Hawaii, where business was already hurting…

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Fashion Features

The Consumer View: New Priorities and Patterns

NEW YORK — America’s apparel shopping binge is over, and robust consumption may not return for at least another year.

The terrorist attacks of last September may be a full 12 months in the past, but their effects on Americans are…

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Fashion Features

New Cargo Security Plan Irks Importers

WASHINGTON — Following last year’s terrorist attacks, retailers and importers of apparel and textiles have rallied behind a U.S. Customs Service effort to keep weapons or biohazardous material from being smuggled in the 6 million cargo…

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Fashion Features

Coping With Catastrophe

NEW YORK — In the 365 days since last Sept. 11, the American fashion and retailing industries have faced their greatest challenges in modern times.

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Fashion Features

NMG Bounces Back to Black

NEW YORK — Inventory management and strong full-price selling turned Neiman Marcus Group’s final quarter into a profitable one and helped it beat Wall Street estimates.

For the 14 weeks ended Aug. 3, the Dallas-based parent firm of…

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