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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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Spinning DTI’s Future: DuPont Said in Talks About Sale With Koch

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DuPont's planned divestiture of its textiles and interiors division by yearend could happen sooner in the form of a sale to Koch Industries.

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Alexander McQueen, who knows a thing or two about glamour, combined elements of chinoiserie, futuristic fantasy and just plain luxe in his beautiful fall collection. He also created some terrific furs, like the stunning sequined parka here, worn with...

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The Posh Parka

PARIS — Furs have played an important role in fashion for quite some time. This season, the news was in cropped shapes, along with sportier looks. Alexander McQueen, who knows a thing or two about glamour, combined elements of chinoiserie,…

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Spinning DTI’s Future: DuPont Said in Talks About Sale With Koch

DuPont’s planned divestiture of its textiles and interiors division by yearend could happen sooner in the form of a sale to Koch Industries.

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In Brief: Eyes Ahead … Kohl’s Joins NRF … Luck of the Irish …

EYES AHEAD: Prada and Italian eyewear maker De Rigo announced Wednesday that EID (International Eyewear Distribution), the joint venture created in 1999 between the two companies to produce and distribute eyewear lines for the Prada, Miu Miu, Jil…

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Talbots plans more product-oriented advertising this year.

Financial

Talbot Sees Net Shrink As Comps Decline 6%

Its base of loyal shoppers couldn’t offset declines among fringe customers, cutting into Talbots’ fourth-quarter earnings, sales and comp-store sales.

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Imports from China and Vietnam shot ahead 156 percent versus January 2002.

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China, Vietnam Imports Continue Surge

China and Vietnam had a viselike grip on apparel and textile trade in January, and U.S. trade officials were once again put on the hot seat.

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Financial

Holiday Sales Boost Coldwater Creek

NEW YORK — Strong holiday sales combined with cost controls to lift fourth-quarter profits for multichannel retailer Coldwater Creek.

The Sandpoint, Idaho-based firm, which sells women’s apparel and accessories through catalogs, the…

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Financial

French Connection Profits Surge 37.8%

Despite erosion in North American wholesaling, French Connection saw yearly profits rise to $32.6 million on sales of $385.6 million.

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A look from Versace’s fall collection.

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Versace to Get Own Shop in BG

Bergdorf Goodman and Harrods are installing Versace boutiques in their New York and London stores, respectively.

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Financial

Kmart Exit Plans Continue With Series of Layoffs

Kmart began laying off staff and management this week at its Troy, Mich., headquarters and elsewhere that could top 25 percent of senior positions.

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Leslie Singer, Paulette McCready and Miyuki Takahashi, Nautica Jeans Co.

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Denim Dish

Lee Cooper’s sportif chic…Mexican Denim opens a mill in Miami…Nautica Re-Jigs Its Jeans…Indigo Palms launching women’s.

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Sidelines

ELLESSE BOLSTERS TEAM: Ellesse, the 40-year-old Italian athletic brand, has beefed up its design team for this month’s relaunch.

Newcomers include Carlo Grippo, director of apparel and accessories; Chris Lee, consultant creative director;…

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Welcome to Betseyville

Betsey Johnson moves to Betseyville…Limited Too is turning Sweet 16 and sponsoring a reality show airing Friday on ABC Family.

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Fashion Scoops: L.A. Law … Making an Entrance … Italian Merry-Go-Round?

L.A. LAW: François Pinault watchers may have interpreted his absence from the Gucci show in Milan earlier this month as a sign of chilling relations with creative director Tom Ford. Instead, Pinault was in court — and it wasn’t jury…

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Michael Rayden hands his office over to Heather.

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Limited Too TV

NEW YORK — In celebration of Limited Too’s Sweet 16, the specialty retailer will target tweens through one of their favorite mediums: TV.

Working in conjunction with Dogmatic, a multimedia production and design company that produces…

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Financial

Inventory Control Aids Stein Mart in Quarter

NEW YORK — Inventory management helped Stein Mart Inc. salvage increased earnings from lower same-store sales in the final quarter of 2002, but the uncertain economy prompted a slowdown in store expansion in the new year.

Fourth-quarter…

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Financial

TSA Earnings Soar 238.8% In 4th Quarter

A one-time tax credit offset lower sales, permitting The Sports Authority Inc. to more than triple its earnings in the fourth quarter.

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During spring Break, college kids line up for autographs at Ron Jon.

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Spring Break: A No-Brainer

For college students, packing for spring break is like a gut course – there’s not much thought involved, and stores are stocked accordingly.

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Financial

Foot Locker Net Up on $1.21B in Sales

Moderate sales growth allowed Foot Locker Inc. to report double-digit earnings growth from continuing operations in the fourth quarter.

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Checking in at Tex-Styles India.

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India’s Textiles Adapt to China

NEW DELHI — Like every other textile-producing nation, India is scurrying to compete against China.

Indian manufacturers believe their combination of ancient handicraft traditions and modern technology will help them retain their global…

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Off Price

The WWDList: What’s on sale? Everything, according to a breakdown of the frequency that merchandise types are bought on sale at department stores.

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Tamara Mellon in Tuleh.

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Bag Ladies

Celebrating Jimmy Choo handbags at Plaza Athénée…ushering in the Armory Show at APT…Talking with Seton Smith about her family exhibition.

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Seton Smith

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Seton Sight

NEW YORK — Five stories above Ludlow Street, Seton Smith is leaning out the window of her buzzer-less loft apartment, dangling a set of keys. “Don’t even try to catch them,” she shouts as they sail through the air before crashing on the…

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Yvonne Force in Dolce & Gabbana with a Murakami creation.

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For Art’s Sake

The Armory Show had its official kickoff last Thursday night hosted by MoMA, but Nicolas Berggruen unofficially ushered in the art fair the previous night, throwing a cocktail party at APT in honor of Alannah Weston and “The Family,” her upcoming…

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Inside the DFS  T Galleria Fondaco dei Tedeschi store in Venice.

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DFS Group Opens First European Store in Venice

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