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The Top 10 Shows From the Men's Spring 2017 Runways

From Miuccia Prada’s activewear to Demna Gvasalia’s power suit at Balenciaga, here are the 10 most directional shows of the spring season.

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The Markets

Muslim Fashion Industry Reacts to France's Burkini Ban

Designers, including burkini creator Aheda Zanetti, are puzzled over the recent backlash.

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Fashion

Earthquake Rattles Rome, Stirs Designers to Extend Support

Fashion personalities took to social media as the death toll reached 73 following the 6.2 magnitude quake.

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In Focus

Kardashian Beauty Licensee Likely KO’d by Legal Judgment

Kardashian Beauty Fierce Collection

Changing the Guard: Tracy’s Gallen, Allard Sail Into the Sunset

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Overview

Herbert Gallen and Linda Allard, the dynamic couple behind behind Ellen Tracy, are retiring, leaving the brand to its new owner, Liz Claiborne Inc.

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Asia Watch: Costly Site…Retail Boost…New Gem

COSTLY SITE: Tokyo’s Chuo Street at Ginza 5 Chome was ranked as the city’s most expensive area, according to land assessments by the National Tax Administration Agency in Japan. The assessment for 2003 was announced last Friday….

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People

Jet Set

Talking “Dirty Sweet” with Jet.

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Fashion Features

Sun-Kissed

NEW YORK — A dose of girlish charm goes a long way. And for resort, the little sundress lives on in myriad cheery colors and prints. For more, see photospread Sun-Kissed.

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Fashion Features

Changing the Guard: Tracy’s Gallen, Allard Sail Into the Sunset

Herbert Gallen and Linda Allard, the dynamic couple behind behind Ellen Tracy, are retiring, leaving the brand to its new owner, Liz Claiborne Inc.

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Fashion Features

Dyer Fills Tommy’s Need

Tommy Hilfiger named former Lands’ End exec David F. Dyer its new president and chief executive officer, succeeding Joel Horowitz.

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Fashion Features

Hermès Files Handbag Lawsuit

Vittorio Radice, the executive who transformed a dusty Selfridges into a glittering luxury goods store, is training his eye on Marks & Spencer Home.

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Fashion Features

Marks & Spencer’s Alternative Lifestyle

Hermès, protecting its Birkins and Kellys, filed a lawsuit against retailer Steven Stolman over rubber imitations of its signature bags.

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Twice As Nice…Done Deal…Lenzo Leaves Saks

  • TWICE AS NICE: Kellwood Co. and Russell Simmons will collaborate for a second time with the Def Jam University sportswear collection for young men and juniors. The DJU collection will launch at the MAGIC show in Las Vegas later this…

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People

Mill Do

The Watermill art auction benefit in the Hamptons draws an A-list crowd.

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People

WWDPostcard: Oscar de la Renta in San-Francisco, CA.

Postcard from Oscar.

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Fashion Features

U.K. Retailers Catching Consolidation Craze

U.K. retail consolidation is feverish, with the sale of Selfridges completed, Debenhams in play and speculation that New Look is up for grabs.

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Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Shakespeare Redux…Trunk Show…Stitch In Time

SHAKESPEARE REDUX: Gwyneth Paltrow and Joseph Fiennes are teaming up for yet another Shakespeare-inspired performance. The stars of “Shakespeare in Love” are to play Romeo and Juliet in a one-night performance at…

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: Nu Skin’s Antiage Science Project … L’Oréal’s Wendt to Retire … New Item, New Market

Nu Skin’s new antiaging Tru Face Revealing Gel, includes an ingredient used in organ preservation.

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Memo Pad: Inter Office Mail…Stormin’ Norman

INTER OFFICE MAIL: They often say assistants are worse than those they assist.

Exhibit A: Two e-mails from teen darling Atoosa Rubenstein’s slightly overzealous assistant, Charlene Fabbiano, to the staff of Seventeen…

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Fashion Features

Gap’s Thompson Appointed Director of M&S Children’s

In a bid to boost an underperforming division, Marks & Spencer has named Gap Europe executive Anthony Thompson as director of children’s wear.

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Fashion Features

S.C. Sen. Fritz Hollings Plans to Retire in 2004

WASHINGTON — Sen. Ernest “Fritz” Hollings, a staunch defender in Congress of the U.S. textile industry for almost 37 years, said Monday he won’t seek another term and will retire at the end of next year.

While beloved by…

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Fashion Features

Burlington Exit Hearing Set

The next step in the troubled history of Burlington Industries, once the world’s largest mill, will be determined in bankruptcy court by month’s end.

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Fashion Features

80 Years of Burlington History

NEW YORK — Burlington Industries Inc. takes its name from the North Carolina city where it was founded 80 years ago, as Burlington Mills, by World War I veteran J. Spencer Love.

It opened its first mill in 1924, which produced cotton…

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Fashion Features

Japanese Mill in Nano-Tex Deal

TOKYO — American-developed nanotechnology is finding its way into the Japanese textile and apparel industry.

Unitika Fiber Ltd., a major Tokyo fiber producer, has concluded a licensing agreement with Emeryville, Calif.-based Nano-Tex LLC,…

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Fashion Features

Cotton’s New Candy

NEW YORK — Tapping into its on-staff trend spotters, Cotton Incorporated recently introduced the latest additions to its ongoing women’s wear initiative. “We’re lucky in that we have a development team that travels the world…

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Fashion Features

Quota Watch:Vietnam

At the beginning of August, eight apparel and textile quota categories from Vietnam had consumed more than 60 percent of the total quota allocation for the year. The U.S. will give Vietnam increases in some of its categories as early as this…

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Fashion Features

Fall’s Prudent Marketers

Vendors are looking for a better fall by marketing through co-op ads and store catalogs, creating lower-priced lines and doing more trunk shows.

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