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Beauty

Elf Cosmetics Files for IPO

The mass-market beauty company had $96.8 million in sales for the first half of 2016.

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Fashion

Burkini Ban Rejected by French High Court

Rights groups applaud the decision as a victory for individual and religious freedom.

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Beauty

Stash SJP Brings Edge to Celeb Scent Game

SJP's unexpected strategy to face celeb fragrance fallout.

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Finally, al Hot Trend: T-Shirts, Cargoes Lead The Stars of Summer

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Overview

What?s fashion?s summer sizzler? It starts with T and ends with shirt, with cargo pants a close second.

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Swimwear: It’s All in the Details

A report from the Cruise 2004 Swimwear Show this week in Miami.

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OP Revs Up Surfwear with Seven2

A look at Seven2, OP’s new line of junior contemporary swimwear.

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Sidelines

MARKETING BURTON: Bryan Johnston has joined Burton Snowboards as vice president of marketing. Having worked in the sporting goods business for the past 20 years, he was most recently marketing director for Salomon North America.

Johnston…

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Fashion Features

Putting on the Glitz

Los Angeles-based young men’s and junior resource Kik Wear Industries is entering the contemporary market with Glitz.

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Stock Watch

The fashion industry’s 10 winners and 10 losers as ranked by market capitalization.

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Bush’s First TPA Pacts Closer to Passage

WASHINGTON — The House is expected to approve the initial two trade agreements — with Chile and with Singapore — negotiated by the Bush administration under trade promotion authority.

Lawmakers scheduled debate on the bills…

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Fashion Features

Wal-Mart Europe Chief David Ferguson Retires

NEW YORK — After slightly less than three years as president and chief executive of Wal-Mart’s European operations, David Ferguson has retired, the company said Wednesday.

While Wal-Mart has had difficulties with its stores in…

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: JLo Goes Glam With New Scent … Valentino, UCI Part Ways … Avon Earnings Up 10.6%

An update on Jennifer Lopez’s Still; Avon said profits rose 10.6 percent in the second quarter; Valentino and Unilever are parting ways.

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The Contenders

DALLAS — Who will take home a coveted Dallas Market Center Femme award? We’ll have to wait for the Oct. 26 gala, but in the meantime, WWD takes a look at the 42 nominees in 15 categories.

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The Contenders

Finalists in the 28th annual Dallas Fashion Awards competition are a diverse group, but they all have one thing in common: sales power. Companies are nominated for a DFA trophy based on their ability to produce fashion that checks at the cash…

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Comfort Zone

NEW YORK — The lazy, hazy days call for a laid-back sense of style. That means plenty of sexy tanks and miniskirts that can take a girl from a morning of uptown shopping to a quick, downtown lunch with friends.

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Fashion Features

Finally, a Hot Trend: T-Shirts, Cargoes Lead The Stars of Summer

The T-shirt and cargo pants are the runaway bestsellers this summer. Here’s what else is hot at stores around the country.

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Liz at Home … VF Legwear on Tap … Cash for the Catos …

  • LIZ AT HOME: Liz Claiborne Inc. is making itself more comfortable in the home market. The firm reported Wednesday it had reached agreements in principle with Lexington Home Brands and Richloom Fabrics Group, which will expand the…

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Corrections

The house of Féraud expects sales of about $54.9 million, or 49 million euros, for 2003 (converted at current exchange). It expects revenues to gain between 5 to 10 percent in 2004. The sales were incorrect in a story starting on page 2,…

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Temp Space for Target To Showcase Mizrahi

Target plans a temporary retail concept in August at Rockefeller Center to showcase the launch of its new Isaac Mizrahi for Target collection.

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Prada Ends De Rigo Eyewear Venture, Signs 10-Year License With Luxottica

In the latest shakeup in the Italian eyewear industry, Prada has ended its four-year joint venture with De Rigo and signed on with Luxottica Group.

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Fashion Features

Hearst Terminates Weill, Rubenstein to Seventeen

Hearst Publications axed Seventeen editor Sabrina Weill on Wednesday and is sending in Atoosa Rubenstein from Cosmogirl to pick up the title.

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Malandrino Inks N.Y. Store Lease

NEW YORK — Catherine Malandrino has signed a lease to open a store on the edge of the Meatpacking district here.

A spokeswoman for the designer said Malandrino in late fall will join Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney and Carlos Miele…

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People

Bonnie’s Belle

Stephanie Day Iverson, is in talks to stage a huge retrospective of Bonnie Cashin’s work.

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People

Come and Getty

Ann Getty’s housewarming.

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People

Turning the Tables

Rockin’ with Ronson.

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Fashion Scoops: Viva Vivier … Priests And Portraits

VIVA VIVIER: Tod’s Group is gearing up for the relaunch of the Roger Vivier brand this fall. WWD has learned Ines de la Fressange, a designer and a former Chanel model, will be involved in the project. Her precise role and more…

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Cacharel Introduces Entertaining Theme

PARIS — If shopping, as retailers have grown so fond of saying, has become yet another form of entertainment, then Cacharel president Jean Bousquet is plotting to move that concept into new territory.

In an interview, Bousquet said the…

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Denim Dish: Chip Shot

People don’t need a five-iron to wear the line of jeans identical twins Chip and Pepper Foster have launched for fall.

The high-energy minds — and David Spade look-alikes — behind the sassy Golf Punk label and vintage-themed…

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Denim Dish: Levi’s Celeb Draw

Pop’s reigning young newlyweds, Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey, turned out to host the opening of Levi’s Santa Monica, Calif., store early this month. Simpson spent her 23rd birthday talking about her love of the 150-year-old…

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Denim Dish: Palindromic Pants

Executives at the two-year-old denim label Tomigo are hoping that tough times might be the right moment to launch a group of reversible jeans.

They have two reasons for their belief. First, the old two-for-one idea that reversible jeans or…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Seeing Double

An official at Los Angeles-based Koos Mfg. said Wednesday the company is preparing to unveil its second new brand of the year, Double A jeans, in October.

This follows the relaunch next month of the Big Star brand in the U.S., as…

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