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Maria Grazia Chiuri's First-Ever Fashion Show for Dior

In her debut collection for Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri proclaimed her ascent boldly, with a fresh take on on daytime dressing.

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Inside Jonathan Anderson's Loewe's Spring Collection

Jonathan Anderson elaborated on the long, languid silhouettes he introduced for fall, here more organic and unfinished, but just as alluring.

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Bottega Veneta Names Claus Dietrich New CEO

He succeeds Carlo Alberto Beretta, who will take on the new role of chief client and marketing officer at Kering.

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Tina?s Latest Phase

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Troubled Martha Stewart Still in Launch Mode

NEW YORK — Despite Martha Stewart’s personal tribulations, her company continues to add line extensions.

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia will test a new portable, digest-sized publication called Everyday Food, created for the…

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Tina Brown

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Tina’s Latest Phase

NEW YORK — Welcome to the fifth stage of Tina Brown’s career.

It wasn’t immediately clear when Talk closed that there would be another one. While Brown’s resume was undeniably legendary, so was her indefatigable…

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Triple Play

NEW YORK – MAC will attack the fragrance market this spring with not just one, but three scents. All feature vanilla as a key element. The scents will roll into MAC’s full distribution – 401 doors in the U.S. – in March. Sources say the trio could do…

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Chloe: The Next Generation

LONDON — Chloé plans to open its first new-generation flagship here in December.

The store, at 152-153 Sloane Street, was designed by Chloé’s artistic director, Phoebe Philo, and the London-based architect Sophie Hicks….

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The Emporio Armani area.

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Armani Looks to the East With New Retail Concept in Hong Kong

HONG KONG — Giorgio Armani believes in going big, and Asia is his next target.

Armani has opened a retail space here second in size and scope only to his Via Manzoni store in Milan. The store is a physical representation of Armani’s…

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Revlon Loses $22M but Brand Growing

NEW YORK — Revlon Inc. reported Thursday that marketing support helped perk up its flagship brand, but its already crushing debt load grew under the weight of third-quarter losses.

Net losses for Revlon’s operations in the quarter…

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Retro Glow packaging is in the shape of a cameo locket.

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Makeup With a Retro Glow

NEW YORK — Physicians Formula is exhibiting an interest in history.

Its creative vice president of marketing, Ingrid Jackel, is accustomed to traveling the world for inspiration for new products. But for its latest collection, set to…

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Mike Indursky Joins Maybelline

NEW YORK — Mike Indursky has joined Maybelline-Garnier as vice president, U.S. marketing, a new position.

Indursky, formerly senior vice president of strategic planning and marketing at Unilever Cosmetics International, reports to Karen…

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Ads for the centers.

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Brooks Tests Skin Care Counters

NEW YORK — Brooks Pharmacy will announce plans today to expand a test of service skin care counters, featuring prestige brands.

Brooks, a 330-unit chain based in Providence, R.I., already has one store with a counter, called the Derma…

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Jones Net Advances On 2.8% Sales Gain

NEW YORK — Jones Apparel Group Inc. on Thursday posted third-quarter earnings and revenue increases, and upped its full-year guidance for fiscal 2002.

For the three months ended Oct. 5, the company reported a 144 percent jump in income to…

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New Chanel Bows in Hawaii

NEW YORK — Chanel is set to open a 12,450-square-foot flagship in the luxury retail complex 2100 Kalakaua in Waikiki this weekend.

The three-story space, designed by architect Peter Marino, continues Chanel’s store design concept…

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Yves Saint Laurent leaves 5 Avenue Marceau, Thursday, for the last time.

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Fashion Scoops: End of an Era … The Kid Gets Hitched … Montblanc’s Window-Dressing …

END OF AN ERA: Amid the good-byes, some of the Yves Saint Laurent Couture “petites mains” were proudly, yet sadly, working their sewing machines in the atelier atop 5 YSL Avenue Marceau, the fabled couture house that was shuttered…

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Guess Net Improves With Suit Settlement

NEW YORK — A gain from the settlement of a lawsuit helped Guess Inc. more than double its earnings in the third quarter despite an 8.5 percent decline in sales. But the Los Angeles-based company warned the economy remains tough and said it was…

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KoSa Enters Guilty Plea In Price Fix

NEW YORK — A Justice Department dragnet, laid to catch members of an alleged cartel that aimed to fix prices in the polyester staple industry, snared another major chemical company Thursday.

KoSa and one of its executives entered guilty…

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Retailers Praise Chicago For New Vendors, Style

CHICAGO — Retailers came to the StyleMax show at the Merchandise Mart here with a hunger for fresh trends and strong brands, and they seemed to come away satiated.

Patti Brock, owner of Excelsior in Pleasant Ridge, Mich., said:…

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In Brief

NEW MOVADO EXEC: Movado Group Inc. has named Ann Kantra as vice president of product development for its Tommy Hilfiger licensed watch division, a new position in the company. Kantra was most recently vice president of accessories design for Ann…

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Corrections

The following information was incorrect in the Los Angeles Fashion Week calendar that ran on page 8, Wednesday:

Jared Gold is staging only one show, on Tuesday, doors open at 8:30 p.m.

Coalition of Los Angeles Designers (CLAD) is showing…

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You don’t have to be British to get a load of Nicky Haslam. Although London, particularly amongst the most uppity of the upper classes, is where he most brilliantly shines. But he is also such a unique personality that he’s enjoyed and…

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U.S. Heads to Ecuador For FTAA Discussion

WASHINGTON — U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick today is set to begin a two-day meeting with his counterparts from 33 Latin American countries in Quito, Ecuador to try to advance the market-access phase of negotiations aimed at creating a…

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Fraud, Theft Hit J.C. Penney

PLANO, Tex. — Two former employees of J.C. Penney Co. have been involved in separate embezzling cases totaling more than $20 million, with one charged and another found guilty.

One of the retailer’s former store clerks here has…

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A screen capture of Amazon’s new online apparel store.

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Amazon Unveils Apparel Store

NEW YORK — In a giant leap for apparel e-tailing, Amazon.com Thursday e-mailed to its best customers a link to its just-live fashion store — an effort that also represents the Internet behemoth’s first attempt at aggregating the…

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John Demsey

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MAC’s Scent Trio Readies for Blitz

NEW YORK — MAC is basing its new fragrance trio on vanilla —but this isn’t your mother’s baking extract.

“Vanilla has been a signature of MAC since the very beginning,” said MAC president John Demsey. “It’s been…

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Marc Rosen

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Luxe Pack Looks To Future, Innovation

MONACO — A myriad of next-generation beauty ideas — like compacts that open on command, foundation applicators made of neutrons from Venus and DNA-tailored cosmetics — was the buzz at Luxe Pack, the packaging trade show held here…

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Ombre Rose L’Original.

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Ombre Rose’s Second Life

PARIS — Ombre Rose is staging a comeback.

The classic fragrance created in 1981 by French milliner and accessories designer Jean-Charles Brosseau will be back on Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus shelves Nov. 4.

The scent, which…

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Elizabeth Arden’s First Defense.

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Arden Mounts Skin Defense

NEW YORK — Elizabeth Arden is building its defense with antioxidants.

Its newest skin care item, First Defense, is designed to serve as both a skin treatment and a moisturizer.

“We see this as the next generation in antioxidant…

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Sephora’s private label Teint.

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Sephora Builds Private Label Business

PARIS — Sephora is pumping up its private label offer.

At the end of November, the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton-owned perfumery chain will launch a 19 stockkeeping makeup line worldwide within its signature color cosmetics…

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Guerlain’s Happylogy

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Guerlain’s New Pitch Is for Happy Skin

PARIS — Happy skin is beautiful skin. That’s the philosophy behind Guerlain’s newest Happylogy skin care products — targeting the 25-35 set — which will be introduced worldwide in January under the Issima…

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SpongeBob SquarePants

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Critical Mass: SpongeBob Cleans Up Sales

NEW YORK — Retailers are soaking up sales with SpongeBob SquarePants.

While some licensed bath and personal care items are sinking in sales, the SpongeBob character, made popular by the hit Nickelodeon cartoon show, is selling cleanly at…

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Leonard Lauder

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Skin Gala Raises $900,000

NEW YORK — The Skin Cancer Foundation outdid itself this week — by far.

The organization held its sixth annual Skin Sense Award Gala on Monday, raising $900,000 for skin cancer awareness and prevention, an amount that widely…

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TOP NOTES

DIPLOMATIC BEAUTY: Call it lipstick with a message. At the United Nations’ Poverty Eradication Awards on Wednesday night, MAC president John Demsey was given a special award for leadership in the fight against poverty through the MAC AIDS Fund….

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Dominique Conseil, Leonard Lauder and Horst Rechelbacher.

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Aveda Eyes Overseas Growth

MINNEAPOLIS — Aveda’s Congress Festival, held at the Minneapolis Convention Center here Oct. 20 and 21 with a business college on Oct. 22, brought new meaning to the concept of “reach out and touch someone.”

While it’s…

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Kate Spade with Michael Gould of Bloomingdale’s.

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Kate Spade on Tour: Bagging the Business

NEW YORK — Designer Kate Spade is doing her best to make sure her fragrance sales are in the bag.

A recent 10-city tour of in-store appearances netted upwards of $150,000 in cumulative sales, according to estimates by industry sources….

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Evelyn Lauder with company spokesmodels Elizabeth Hurley and Carolyn Murphy.

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Evelyn Lauder Finishes Up Breast Cancer Awareness Tour

NEW YORK — Call it a pink ribbon road trip.

Evelyn Lauder, founder of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and senior corporate vice president of the Estée Lauder Cos., on Tuesday wrapped up an eight-city, monthlong tour to support…

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MEMO PAD

NEW M.E. SOUGHT AT HB: Despite earlier denials, Harper’s Bazaar has a search out for a new managing editor. The job was posted Wednesday on mediabistro.com. In August, Bazaar denied reports that its managing editor, Perry Van der Meer, had…

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Prescriptives Taps Grossman As Exclusive Skin Consultant

NEW YORK — Prescriptives has a new face: dermatologist Karyn Grossman.

Grossman has been named the brand’s exclusive skin care consultant, and will work with the research and development team to develop innovations in skin care….

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