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Maison Margiela, Lanvin and Dries Van Noten Spring 2017

At Paris Fashion Week all three houses offered exhilarating collections that were a heady exploration of creative unsettling.

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Fenty x Puma by Rihanna RTW Spring 2017

Rihanna's second collection for Puma merged the worlds of 18th-century French fashion and current gender-fluid street style.

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Study: Influencers Rule the Social Media Beauty Landscape

Advertising technology firm Pixability found brand-generated digital content is falling behind the content produced by individual creators.

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After ‘Perfect Storm,’ Luxury Titans Foresee Some Sunshine Ahead

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Overview

Italian luxury executives said they saw a strong pickup in June's sales at the Altagamma conference in Rome on Friday.

From This Issue

Here, one of the hits of a feminine season, Lacroix’s frothy ruffled dress in the most girly of shades, pink.

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Fluff Piece

PARIS — Christian Lacroix has been on a couture roll recently, creating striking collections that temper his trademark fairy-tale fantasy with an unexpected degree of restraint. And he continued his winning ways for fall. There were beautiful,…

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Domenico De Sole and Umberto Angeloni

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After ‘Perfect Storm,’ Luxury Titans Foresee Some Sunshine Ahead

Italian luxury executives said they saw a strong pickup in June’s sales at the Altagamma conference in Rome on Friday.

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China Dominates Apparel Trade in May

For the first time in decades, only China’s apparel and textile exports to the U.S. grew, surging 66 percent, while the rest of the world’s declined.

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Job Doubts Mar Second-Half Prospects

Angst over the job market has replaced fears about war and terrorism to hold second-half optimism in check.

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Kohl’s June comps fell on Thursday, but the stock rose on Friday.

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Retailers Look Past June Comps

NEW YORK — The real fun begins in July.

That was that day-after reaction on Friday to June comparable-store sales results. While analysts were pleased with June’s modest increases, the June comp numbers generally were viewed as a…

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Coming This Week

TUESDAY: Turkish Fashion Fabric Exhibition, New York (through Wednesday).
Burberry annual meeting, London.
U.S. Commerce Department releases its June retail sales report.

WEDNESDAY: European Preview fabric fair, New York…

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In Brief: Wal-Stock … NRF Conference Chief …

  • WAL-STOCK: Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s chairman, S. Robson Walton, sold 1.3 million shares of his firm’s common stock, or 17.7 percent of the common stock he controlled indirectly, in several transactions last Tuesday and…

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Kristin Scott Thomas, Louis Beneiche and Valentino.

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Midsummer Night’s Dream

Valentino threw this season’s to-die-for party after his couture show last week at his Chateau de Wideville. Here are the details.

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Exactly when Quiksilver started using the Roxy label is at the center of a trademark dispute between Quiksilver and Kymsta Corp.

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Court’s Roxy Decision Key to Trademark Suit

NEW YORK — A long-simmering battle over the origin of the Roxy name might finally get its day in court.

Just when Quiksilver Inc. began using its Roxy trademarks is the issue before a federal district court in Los Angeles. The answer will…

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Daniel Annese, Paul Starr and Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne.

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Beauty Beat: Lauder Launches Starr-Powered Program …GOING FOR THE GOLD … TURNER’S BEAUTY FORAY

Estée Lauder has unveiled the latest step in its continuing strategy to modernize the brand: a new national makeup artist program.

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Fashion Scoops: Diesel Dash … Sexy Shopper … Under the Mallorcan Sun

DIESEL DASH: On Aug. 29, one week before he celebrates Diesel’s 25th anniversary in Italy, founder Renzo Rosso is jetting to Sydney to kick off his first freestanding store in the southern hemisphere — a three-level,…

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Desmo’s Redo

Desmo, one of the most established Florentine leather goods firms, is taking a more upscale path to sales growth.

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Evita Peroni sells hair accessories like these.

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Findings

HAIR FLARE: With many American women obsessing over the latest hair-straightening techniques or styles created to look naturally mussed or shattered, hair accessories have been on hiatus for some time.

Hair accessories firm Evita Peroni…

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Apparel Prices Continue to Decline

WASHINGTON — Wholesale prices for domestically produced women’s apparel in June remained stuck in a deflationary pattern and fell 0.2 percent after dipping 0.3 percent in May, the Labor Department reported Friday in its Producer Price…

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Elyse Kroll

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ENK International Heading to Calif. For Trade Shows

LOS ANGELES — New York-based trade show producer ENK International is getting serious about the West Coast market.

The organizer behind the Fashion Coterie, Intermezzo and Accessories Circuit shows has committed to producing shows at the…

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Here, his polyester and spandex corset and briefs.

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Go Glamour

Go Glamour, a special WWDLyonPreview report.

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Aubade cross-merchandises a bra, pants and jacket.

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Lyon Expected To Shine

A plethora of new ideas, exhibitors, seminars and trend forecasts will be showcased at the fall-winter 2004-2005 edition.

NEW YORK — Despite the fear factor of terrorism compounded by the weak American dollar and strained…

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Vannina Vesperini’s silk satin and lace bra and shorts.

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Go Glamour

In the Thirties, Forties and Fifties, lingerie mirrored the femininity and glamour of what women were wearing on the outside. Right now, designers are hitting rewind and coming up with classic silhouettes, such as corsets, slips and cami and brief…

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Jenna de Rosnay’s yellow, blue and green polyamide and Lycra spandex bikini.

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Hawaiian Punch

Surf, sand and sun — three important elements of summer. They’re just as key for swim, too, where bright Hawaiian prints are just the thing to make waves.

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Feel Zen

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Intimate Trends

DAILY BLISS
Nostalgia relating to family, friends, hearth and home. Colors and patterns are back as the important tools of communication and expression.

SEDUCTION
Body fashion as an accessory. This trend reflects modern…

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Interfiliere Trends For Fall – Winter 2004-2005

The intimate apparel and bodywear textile segment of the Lyon, Mode City fair will feature 330 exhibitors and a plethora of trend ideas and new product. Three themes will outline a broad and precise summary of inspiration gleaned from geopolitical and…

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Piazza Sempione’s fall campaign.

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Europe Watch: Big Time … Weston’s Home Stretch … New Look Up Next…

BIG TIME: French retailer Carrefour SA last week said second-quarter revenues grew 6.8 percent to $21.62 billion, or 19.14 billion euros, from $21.04 billion, or 18.62 billion euros, in the year-earlier period. Boosted by the inclusion of…

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