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Haider Ackermann's Captivating Spring Collection

The collection was ravishing, captivating with its drifting silk, trailing ribbons and delicious tropical colors.

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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 Show for Loewe

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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The Bentonville Boom: Wal-Mart Leads Region To Explosive Growth

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Overview

About 1,000 people a month move to Benton County, Ark., to work with or for Wal-Mart, as the boom in Bentonville attests.

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Here his lean sweater shirt and canvas twill skirt all in cotton

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Prep Rally

NEW YORK — Is preppy the new hipster uniform? Could be. In Tommy Hilfiger’s world, the classic look gets a chic update, giving V-neck tennis sweaters a more fitted look, shrinking trenches and adding cool nautical details to coats and…

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Wal-Mart&#8217s headquarters

Fashion Features

The Bentonville Boom: Wal-Mart Leads Region To Explosive Growth

About 1,000 people a month move to Benton County, Ark., to work with or for Wal-Mart, as the boom in Bentonville attests.

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Wal-Mart Plans to Add 800,000 Workers by ’08

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart better keep its employees happy, because it needs to hire 800,000 more globally in the next five years to man all the square footage it’s adding to the empire. That’s more workers than the entire…

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Sidney Kimmel

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Kimmel Stands Behind Jones

Jones chairman Sidney Kimmel says he supports Jones’ move last week to sue Polo Ralph Lauren, and moreover, supports Jones ceo Peter Boneparth.

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Fashion Features

Unilever Appoints Kevin Boyce President, CEO

NEW YORK — As anticipated, Kevin Boyce has been tapped as president and chief executive officer of Unilever Cosmetics International, filling the posts vacated by Paulanne Mancuso in May.

A company announcement Friday confirmed a report in…

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Joseph Sitt at The Gallery at Fulton Street Beautifying a blighted property

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N.Y.’s Outer Boroughs Provide Retail Frontier

They’d take sites on Fifth Avenue and 34th Street, then hop to the suburbs. Now, retailers are waking up to the inner-city neighborhoods in between.

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Fashion Features

Art Cooper in Critical Condition

NEW YORK — Art Cooper, former editor in chief of GQ, remained in critical condition at press time after suffering a severe stroke on Thursday. He had been rushed to the hospital after collapsing following a lunch at the Four Seasons.

A…

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Fashion Features

Coming This Week

Monday: 31st Annual Fifi Awards, New York.

Tuesday: Luxe Pack New York (through Wednesday).

Licensing 2003 International, New York (through Thursday).

Phillips-Van Heusen Corp. annual meeting, New…

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Spade at Home … Chile on the Plate … Balmain Talking …

  • SPADE AT HOME: Kate Spade LLC has signed three licenses for home products that are slated to bow in stores in 2004. Scalamandré will make and distribute Kate Spade woven fabrics, trimmings and wallpaper; Lenox will manufacture Kate…

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A ring from the new JLo by Jennifer Lopez jewelry line

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JLo Jumping Into Jewelry

NEW YORK — Jennifer Lopez is taking her fast-growing fashion empire into the jewelry arena.

Lopez’s holding company, Sweetface Fashions, has entered into an agreement with costume jewelry maker Miriam Haskell to make and distribute…

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Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne

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Beauty Beat: Fragrance Makers Hopeful for Fall

Questions are rising about the shakiness and sluggishness of the fragrance business as it heads into the crucial fall season.

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Suspended mannequins float through Carlos Miele&#8217s store

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Miele Flagship Salutes Human Form

NEW YORK — Brazilian designer Carlos Miele doesn’t just believe in staying true to his roots — he believes in flaunting them.

Miele, whose first U.S. flagship opened Friday at 408 West 14th Street, channeled his heritage as…

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A new Dior fragrance ad

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Fashion Scoops: He Ain’t As Fly As Me … Image Control

“HE AIN’T AS FLY AS ME”: Sean “P. Diddy” Combs, who walked out, entourage in tow, of Monday’s CFDA ceremony shortly after losing the men’s wear award, has taken to calling himself the Susan Lucci of…

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A look from Scott Kay Sterling

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Showbits

For fine jewelry firms, there could be some sparkle next season, despite the dulling effects of the down economy.

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Vannina Vesperini shows off her lingerie designs at the Salon International de la Lingerie in Paris

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Vesperini Vies for Growth

French lingerie designer Vannina Vesperini plans to roll out a string of boutiques in Europe this year and double sales in 2003 to $6 million.

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Barry Ross and Diane Paccione

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Intimate Notes

HUGGING PACCIONE: Diane Paccione, former vice president and general merchandise manager of ready-to-wear and intimate apparel at Sears, Roebuck & Co., was feted recently at a gala cocktail party hosted by the Intimate Apparel Square Club at The…

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Financial

Change of Plea Delays Rite Aid Suit

NEW YORK — A plea change by Rite Aid’s former chief financial officer has resulted in a delay in the start of the trial against former chief executive Martin Grass until June 23.

As reported, Grass, in a 37-count indictment handed…

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Fashion Features

Industry Continues Losing Jobs

Employment across all apparel and textile sectors fell in May, as the nation’s overall unemployment rate hit a 9-year high of 6.1 percent.

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Inside Tommy Hilfiger&#8217s flagship in Berlin

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Europe Watch: Back in Black … Endangered Species … Booted Out

BACK IN BLACK: C&A, Germany’s third largest apparel retailer, has turned the corner. Two years ago, the chain, which operates 185 C&A doors in Germany and 279 elsewhere in Europe, was mired in losses. But a concentration on moderate,…

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Apollonia Poil&#226ne

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Baker’s Rise

The baker’s daughter takes over.

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Dearraindrop members Joe Grillo and Lara Grant

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Acid Rain

Anime – the Japanese word for animation – is turning up everywhere.

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Lulu de Kwiatkowski Ana Abdul and Liz Cohen at Language

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Eye Scoop: In Any Language

A new vintage market, plus a scoop.

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Stephen Webster&#8217s 18-karat white gold quartz and diamond rings in ruby top and black opal

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Jewelers Rise and Shine

NEW YORK — For fine jewelry firms, there could be some sparkle next season, despite the dulling effects of the down economy.

Coming off one of the most challenging retail seasons in recent memory, jewelry buyers shopping the Couture…

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