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Barneys Prepared to Ride Out Storm at Perry Capital

Amid the luxury malaise, Barneys' ceo says the company is profitable and performing well.

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Thalía Teams Up With Authentic Brands Group

ABG and Thalía will expand the Latina star's brand globally.

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Focusing on Spring, Buyers Praise Milan's Creative Energy

The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.

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Another Deal Cooking: VF Corp. Said in Talks For Nautica Acquisition

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VF Corp. could be the next company to land a big designer name, as sources say it is involved in intense negotiations to acquire Nautica Enterprises.

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Making a Mark on Fibers

TOKYO — A trio of Japanese manufacturers have developed a process that makes it possible to laser-print nearly invisible markings onto synthetic yarns, a technology that could be used by apparel manufacturers to help identify counterfeit…

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Leather for Spring 2004: Fantasy Meets Reality

NEW YORK — Leather’s getting real.

Trends for the spring 2004 season will take their cue from real life, in place of focusing on the artificial, according to European trend consultant Angelo Uslenghi at a recent presentation for the…

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Study Finds Dirty Cotton a Growing Problem

GENEVA — A new global industry survey has found that approximately 26 percent of raw cotton sold in the past two years were seriously or moderately contaminated with foreign particles, a problem that poses a major?operational concern for the…

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Bankruptcy baron Wilbur L Ross is also an avid collector of contemporary photographs like this one by Mariko Mori

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Ambiguous Images

Wilbur Ross has a passion besides investing in troubled firms: He’s an avid art collector, and recently gave a tour of some of his trophies

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Beauty Beat: Harris Inspired by Tuberose … Unilever Cuts Sales Outlook: … Stella, The Perfumer:

Lyn Harris is ready to launch her second fragrance, called Noix de Tubéreuse, from her Miller Harris collection in September

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Tax And Spend

Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi on Monday indicated during a session of the Japanese Diet’s budget committee that he would be in favor of allowing each local government in Japan to charge its own consumption tax. The current rate of the…

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Here a cotton mini and scarf

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Eye Candy

NEW YORK — Sweetness can be quite sexy in the right hands. Marc Jacobs, of course, understands the appeal of Lolita looks, and he’s taking his Louis Vuitton collection on a romp through all things girly and seductive this season. That…

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Fashion Features

Another Deal Cooking: VF Corp. Said in Talks For Nautica Acquisition

VF Corp. could be the next company to land a big designer name, as sources say it is involved in intense negotiations to acquire Nautica Enterprises.

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Emanuel’s Aim: Upper Bridge

G.A.V. confirmed it will relaunch the Emanuel/Emanuel Ungaro collection, but this time around it will be an upper-bridge resource with more exclusive distribution.

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Cerruti Sells Maska for $30.3M

Cerruti parent Fin.part sold Maska last week for $30.3 million to a group of private investors, and said it was renaming Cerruti as Cerruti 1881.

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Idol Mulls Post-Kasper Career

NEW YORK —?With an end in sight for the recovery of Kasper ASL, speculation has heated up once again about the next career step for John Idol, its chief executive officer, once the company is sold.

Speculation continues to surface that…

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Fashion Features

In Brief: German Appointment … Star Search … PEI Gets Men’s President …

  • GERMAN APPOINTMENT: LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton on Monday said it appointed Heinz Buchmann president of its German operations, effective July 1. It is a new post. Buchmann, who joined Parfums Christian Dior 25 years ago, has…

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J.Lo’s Newest Role: Modeling for Vuitton

PARIS — Yes, she arched her back and lifted her famous derriere to the heavens. And with her legs kicked out so effortlessly, there’s no mistaking she’s a dancer.

But Jennifer Lopez, the star of Louis Vuitton’s fall…

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More Designers Expected At São Paulo Fashion Week

Next week’s São Paulo Fashion Week is expected to bolster the event’s status as the biggest and most influential fashion stage in Latin America.

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Memo Pad: More Flook … Invisible Eden …Surreal Simple

The district attorney overseeing the investigation into Christa Worthington’s murder has been asked by the victim’s kin to remove himself from the case, but the state attorney general’s office has said the district attorney will…

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Agents of Change

Literary agents go from casual to sleek fashion choices.

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Larry Clark with Tiffany Limos in Ossie Clark

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Limos And Clark

Tiffany Limos is ready to roll.

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Britta Phillips and Dean Wareham

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Two of A Kind

The musical romance of Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips.

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Fashion Scoops: Copy Right … Isaac Targets L.A. … Nine Lives

Marc Jacobs, who attended opening festivities for the 50th Venice Biennale last week, wasn’t only interested in the art. He also was marveling at all the counterfeit Louis Vuitton handbags his collaboration with Japanese artist Takashi…

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J Mendel combines fur and knits

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Coats Hang on Runway Direction

Retailers say outerwear firms are jumping on trends faster than in the past and are creating merchandise that spurs impulse buys.

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A double-faced wool dress from Anna Vi Andrea&#8217s debut collection

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Anna Vi Andrea Gets Own Label

NEW YORK — After working as a technical designer and patternmaker for her entire career, Giulietta Graci decided to head out on her own and launch Anna Vi Andrea, a bridge-priced line featuring suits, cocktail dresses and a small selection of…

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Jewelry designer Lou Willard Nicole Miller Ademola Olugebefola and Cynthia Holiday

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Miller’s New Beat

Nicole Miller teamed up with the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce to celebrate Black Music Month by hosting a cocktail party in her Seventh Avenue showroom Thursday night.

Artist Ademola Olugebefola created a jazz-inspired design, which…

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For Eloquent Textivision S de RL de CV&#8217s brown and black hound&#8217s tooth in acetate and Lycra spandex

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Celanese’s Color Spin on Spring 2004

NEW YORK — Celanese acetate predicts a “nostalgic and pretty” spring 2004, according to James Siewert, manager of trend direction, in his recent Directives presentation.

“The season ahead is comprised of intense color…

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Buyers check out trends at Expofil

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Tough Times Tighten Yarn Biz

Buyers at the Expofil yarn fair said they’ll keep a tight rein on spending since they expect business to remain tough through yearend.

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Anthony Vaccarello's debut at Saint Laurent will surely be received as either "love it" or "hate it" — with virtually no middle-ground reactions. Same case for the dramatic ear jewelry on several models: the first, an ear climber (why didn't they think of that before?) and the next, below-the-shoulder-grazing fringe earrings, shown here in red popping against a teal one-shoulder dress. While leather goods are strong for the house, the designer kept things simple with the shoes — and showed nary a bag. It will be interesting to see where the designer takes those categories.
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Saint Laurent RTW Spring 2017

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