Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...

Fashion

Marc Jacobs Moves Show Time, Venue

Marc Jacobs is moving his spring 2017 show to the Hammerstein Ballroom.

clock 11hJessica Iredale

Retail

Inside Rick Owens’ New SoHo Store

His new New York store is on the corner of Howard Street and Crosby Street in SoHo.

clock August 28, 2016Jessica Iredale

Fashion

Brunello Cucinelli’s Fall 2016 Collection Stolen

The menswear line had been deducted from the brand’s Milanese showroom.

clock 12hSandra Salibian

Retailers Love Milan For Its Sex Appeal And Variety of Styles

No cover image

Overview

From This Issue

Fashion Features

Girl Talk

MILAN — In a runway season full of sexpots, the idea of well-brought-up young girls seems decidedly refreshing. And that was just the effect of the Miu Miu collection Miuccia Prada showed here on Tuesday. Prada’s muse was a charming coed…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Girl Talk

MILAN — In a runway season full of sexpots, the idea of well-brought-up young girls seems decidedly refreshing. And that was just the effect of the Miu Miu collection Miuccia Prada showed here on Tuesday. Prada’s muse was a charming coed…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Retailers Love Milan For Its Sex Appeal And Variety of Styles

MILAN — Are Italy’s spring fashions too hot to handle?

All the microminis stalking Milan’s catwalks in the last week might be giving some retailers major pause, but most praised Milan fashion week’s steamy provocation…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

In Brief

A LOWER GUESS: Guess Inc. Wednesday warned that its third-quarter earnings would likely come in below analysts’ forecasts and last year’s levels. The Los Angeles-based firm said that it expects diluted earnings per share for the quarter…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Fancy Footwork

When it comes to accessories on the runway this season, it’s all about fantasy, drama and even excess. Jeweled feet are no longer just for fairy-tale princesses. For spring, sexy sandals and stilettos are covered in everything from feathers to…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

U.S.-Chile Trade Deal Could Come by Yearend

WASHINGTON — U.S. trade negotiators were expected to complete talks on some outstanding textile and apparel issues Wednesday, as the 12th round of U.S.-Chile free-trade negotiations came to a close in Atlanta.

“I’m anticipating in…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Stensrud Exits Victoria & Co.

NEW YORK — Patricia Stensrud has left her position as vice chairman and chief executive officer at Victoria & Co., one of the largest fashion jewelry companies.

A replacement has not yet been named, but one will likely be announced within…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Financial

Moody’s Rates Revlon Low

NEW YORK — Moody’s Investors Service assigned Revlon Consumer Products Co. its lowest speculative-grade liquidity rating of “SGL-4.”

Revlon became one of the first 37 firms with speculative, or “junk,” credit ratings to be assigned…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Dock Talks Remain Stalled

WASHINGTON — President Bush continued to say no Wednesday to intervening in the West Coast labor dispute that has closed ports, as businesses, including a chorus of retailers, stepped up pressure for White House action.

There’s been…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Denim Dish

Nautica Steps Up

Less than a month into her new post as vice president of sales for women’s jeans at Nautica Jeans Co., Leslie Singer said her initial focus will be on building the brand’s sales to its current retail accounts,…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Von Dutch Makes a Mark

NEW YORK — To collectors of Fifties and Sixties hot rods, the Von Dutch name brings to mind one of the California artist-mechanics who started the car-customization trend.

Known for his pinstripes and flaming eyeball logo, the cantankerous…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Gloria Aims at Contemporary

NEW YORK — Gloria Vanderbilt has something new for the fashion-conscious, moderate customer.

For the spring 2003 retailing season, the New York-based brand is rolling out a new denim line called Gloria. Its design niche is to offer styling…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Chuck Howard, 75, Sportswear Pioneer

NEW YORK — Chuck Howard, an integral figure to the establishment of the American sportswear movement in post-World War II New York, died on Monday at the age of 75.

Howard was a well-known figure on Seventh Avenue in the Fifties and…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Féraud’s Latest Incarnation

PARIS — In an age of one-word brands in fashion, Jean Paul Knott figures it’s time to go back to personalities.

That’s why the Louis Féraud Paris ready-to-wear collection, which Knott is slated to unveil here Wednesday,…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Financial

Comps Mixed at Misses’ Chains

NEW YORK — Female baby boomers apparently made an easier target for specialty retailers last month than did their younger counterparts.

While many teen retailers have sung the blues about recent traffic and sales trends, two stores…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

How Logo Can You Go?

NEW YORK — The luxury market might have its LV, GG and CC. But in the junior world, it’s all about butterflies, black rhinos and cats.

Though many in the world of high fashion claim logomania died a fashion death a few seasons back,…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

The Lighter Side of Winter

NEW YORK — Instead of churning out heavyweight jackets and sweaters, ski and snowboard companies are diversifying their lines by adding more seasonless items that aren’t so reliant on a major snowfall.

Last winter’s mild…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Show Time … Blonde Ambition … A La Tommy …

SHOW TIME: John Galliano had showgirl types on his couture runway in July. Now the fashion flock can see the real thing: excerpts from the “C’est Magique” show at the Lido, where Christian Dior is hosting the launch party for Addict fragrance…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

New Styles Go Swimming Into Manhattan

NEW YORK — Two stylish swim labels came to town last week to show off their latest looks and to check out the New York scene.

After staging the first Rosa Cha runway show under the tents in Bryant Park, Amir Slama, president of Rosa Cha,…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

THE WWD LIST

Global Expansion

Apparel and beauty firms are eager to find new global markets with burgeoning fashionistas, especially in the all-important Far East. With Japan’s economy recovering slowly, the hunt is on for the next big…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Paris Scene.

The fashion pack has descended on Paris. Here are some hot spots for before, between or after the shows.

ROOM SERVICE: The opening of the Park Hyatt on Rue de la Paix has had “tout Paris” buzzing. Located near the Ritz and Hotel…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

People

Portraits of An Artist

NEW YORK — As far as first impressions go, the Italian artist Francesco Vezzoli makes a somewhat disarming one: a man completely obsessed by female icons from the Sixties and Seventies, and in particular those who figure into Andy Warhol’s…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

People

In the House

NEW YORK — Four intelligent, funny, unmarried straight guys living in the city. Sound like urban legend? It’s actually not as rare as you might think.

Anthony Veneziale, Neil Stewart, John Buffalo Mailer (yes, son of Norman) and…

clock October 3, 2002WWD Staff

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

E.l.f. Cosmetics makes cosmetics, skin-care and beauty tools priced between $1 and $30.

Beauty

E.l.f. Cosmetics Files for IPO, Plans Expansion

clock August 26, 2016Allison Collins

Latest Galleries

Social Studies