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PacSun Rises in West: $1 Billion in Sales, 1,100 Units on Horizon

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Overview

Pacific Sunwear is riding high in the surf these days, with major plans to expand its chains and continue its solid growth.

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Here her trenchcoat and stretch shorts both in cotton

Fashion Features

The Light Stuff

NEW YORK — Want to look clean and fresh for resort? Well, Linda Allard has worked up an array of all-white pieces for Ellen Tracy this season. She’s showing cool shorts, cropped jackets and even a sleek Mackintosh. The result: a notably…

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Greg Weaver and Tim Harmon

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PacSun Rises in West: $1 Billion in Sales, 1,100 Units on Horizon

Pacific Sunwear is riding high in the surf these days, with major plans to expand its chains and continue its solid growth.

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Tommy Hilfiger

Fashion Features

Weighing Tommy’s Choices

With about $420 million in cash, Tommy Hilfiger is eager to buy a brand. WWD surveyed executives about what companies might be a good fit.

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A St John display at Saks

Financial

St. John Net Falls 73.3% in Qtr.

NEW YORK — Lower sales and higher costs depressed St. John Knit International Inc.’s profits in the second quarter.

For the three months ended May 4, the Irvine, Calif.-based apparel and accessories manufacturer and marketer…

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Comparatively Better … Guiding Versace … London Fog Cuts …

  • COMPARATIVELY BETTER: Federated Department Stores Inc. said its second-quarter comparable-store sales could come in better than the 2 to 3 percent drop expected if trends continue to exceed expectations, the firm reported in a filing…

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Fashion Features

Correction

The American Image Awards, most recently held on May 19, were started in 1977 by the Men’s Fashion Association, which subsequently was renamed The Fashion Association and later became part of the American Apparel & Footwear Association. Their…

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Princess Yasmin Aga Khan

People

Suzy

Couple news from Hollywood; Another Barbie comes to town; Getting ready for the Central Park Conservancy’s biggest block party ever.

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PVH and Kellwood executives teamed up for the debut party last week of Izod women&#8217s wear From left Kenneth Wyse Hal Upbin Suzanne Karkus Bruce Klatsky and Stephen Ruzow

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Kellwood Rolls Out Izod Sportswear

Izod women’s wear bows.

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A sketch of Eric Gaskins’ line for QVC, Jolie.

Fashion Features

Gaskins Turns to QVC

Eric Gaskins hits QVC with day-to-evening separates for under $100.

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The film &#8220SpongeBob SquarePants&#8221 will be released next year

Fashion Features

Cartoon Chic: The Next Wave

A report from the Licensing Show.

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Here Plenty&#8217s silk dress for resort by Tracy Reese

Fashion Features

Feeling Pretty

NEW YORK — Sitting somewhere between trendy junior lines and higher-priced collections, contemporary is one of the fastest-growing segments of the $39 billion sportswear market. This season, contemporary designers are keeping things young and…

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Hot Stuff

There’s no doubt about it, contemporary brands are on a roll at retail. Juicy Couture and Joie are among the hottest, but newer labels such as Citizens of Humanity and LoyandFord are turning up the heat. Here, some of the best-selling brands at…

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Fashion Features

Saks Seeks Head Merchant

Saks Fifth Avenue has launched a search for a head merchant, following two key executive departures in the past year.

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Looks from Diane Von Furstenberg top and Joie are selling out at contemporary retailers in New York and Los Angeles

Fashion Features

Hitting Their Stride

The contemporary crowd has become a hangout for trend-thirsty women and retailers are inviting them to run up a tab.

From rugged to refined, from cargo pants to miniskirts, overdyed denim to washed satin, stores are serving up looks for…

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Fashion Features

Apparel Prices Decline From Import Pressure

Surges in apparel imports fueled more price-cutting at retail and, in turn, more deflation in women’s and all apparel retail prices in May.

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: Boots Sets Sights on U.S. … Grass Pleads Guilty:

The U.K.’s Boots could soon be expanding its franchise across the Atlantic, with plans to expand its retail concept to the U.S.

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Fashion Features

Vendors Force Clothestime Into Chapter 7

NEW YORK — Three of Clothestime Stores Inc.’s vendors have hauled the discount juniors’ specialty retailer back into a California bankruptcy court.

The three suppliers — Ms. Bubbles Inc., Rigo International Inc. and Big…

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Kate Hudson

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Break Out … Prussian Couture … Coach to Build U.K. Business …

After little more than three seasons, freelance designer Erica Davies has split from Tyler, the secondary line she cocreated with her one-time mentor, Richard Tyler, to launch her own line, Davies. The Welsh-born, Los Angeles-based…

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Fashion Features

DuPont Awarded $16M in Dispute With Unifi

NEW YORK — The arbiter hearing DuPont’s complaint that Unifi Inc. was not living up to the terms of a polyester manufacturing alliance between the two companies has ruled in the Wilmington, Del.-based fiber giant’s favor, awarding…

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Two looks from Vince&#8217s holiday collection

Fashion Features

Two For The Show

Lifestyle line Vince and basic knit line Kokoon are quickly establishing themselves as players

VINCE
After only two seasons at retail, stores are making room for Vince.

Founded in December 2002 by Christopher LaPolice and…

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Financial

Barneys New York Loses $1.2M

NEW YORK — Barneys New York Inc. reported Tuesday that its first-quarter bottom line sank $1.2 million, or 9 cents a share, into the red.

A $700,000 rise in interest and financing costs helped drag down results for the quarter. The…

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