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Maria Grazia Chiuri's First-Ever Fashion Show for Dior

In her debut collection for Dior, Maria Grazia Chiuri proclaimed her ascent boldly, with a fresh take on on daytime dressing.

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Inside Jonathan Anderson's Loewe's Spring Collection

Jonathan Anderson elaborated on the long, languid silhouettes he introduced for fall, here more organic and unfinished, but just as alluring.

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Bottega Veneta Names Claus Dietrich New CEO

He succeeds Carlo Alberto Beretta, who will take on the new role of chief client and marketing officer at Kering.

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Scent of a Shakeup: Baxter Said Leaving Lauder for LVMH

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Pamela Baxter, president of Est?e Lauder's specialty group worldwide, is said to leaving Lauder to take a top job at LVMH, overseeing the luxury goods empire's U.S. beauty divisions, according to reports.

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Turning East

TOKYO —?Capping a three-year planning period, Aveda will open its first location in Japan this month. The 6,000-square-foot facility — which includes a salon, spa, cafe and retail space — could do upward of $10 million in its first…

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August Comps Lack Power

Value and prestige won over consumers in August, leaving many stores in the middle with a power shortage that outlasted the midmonth blackout.

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PPR Earnings Plunge 58.2%

Hurt by its own reorganization as well as retail turbulence, Pinault-Printemps-Redoute reported a 58.2 percent drop in first-half net profits.

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Barneys latest Co-op store is in South Beach.

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Barneys Co-op Goes to the Beach

Barneys New York continues to perpetuate its image as the drollest of retailers at its newest Co-op store, in South Beach.

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In Brief: Cotton Tents…Nike’s New Shoes

  • COTTON TENTS: Cotton Inc. said Thursday it has signed on as a sponsor of Mercedes-Benz Fall Fashion Week in New York. “With the shows geared toward the spring-summer season, they are a perfect vehicle for the latest fashions in…

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Corrections

In addition to specialty stores, the distribution of Prada men’s wear in a story on page 3, Aug. 29, should have included Barneys New York, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.

A photo of Cayli Cavaco was miscaptioned as Pamela…

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Heidi Klum in the Theory T. A Bloomingdale's exclusive.

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T-Time and Pinups

NEW YORK — Bloomingdale’s expects to raise at least $100,000 to benefit the National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance by selling an exclusive array of limited-edition designer T-shirts, as supermodels pin the “caring star,”…

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Ethan Shapiro Taking Over At Ashley Stewart Parent

NEW YORK — There’s been a sudden change of command at Urban Brands Inc., the Secaucus, N.J.-based operator of the Ashley Stewart and Marianne plus size women’s chains in need of “reinvigoration.” Ethan Shapiro has been…

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Freddie Ljungberg in the new Calvin Klein Pro Stretch ad campaign.

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Calvin’s New Player on the Field

For the fall debut of Calvin Klein Pro Stretch, the firm has turned to U.K. soccer star Freddie Ljungberg as the new “face” of Calvin Klein Underwear.

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U.S., EU Seek Cancun Blueprint

Trade officials said they would settle for a plan to reduce certain subsidies and tariffs in Cancun, a signal that big differences still plague the talks.

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Pamela Baxter

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Scent of a Shakeup: Baxter Said Leaving Lauder for LVMH

Pamela Baxter, president of Estée Lauder’s specialty group, is said to be taking a top job at LVMH, overseeing its U.S. beauty units.

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The two-level selling area includes space for fragrance, makeup and skin care items.

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Printemps Expands Beauty Space

Printemps is set to unveil what it bills as the world’s “biggest perfumery,” in a 43,055-square-foot space at its Boulevard Haussmann store in Paris.

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Gabai-Pinsky Joins Estée Lauder Cos.

NEW YORK — Veronique Gabai-Pinsky, formerly of Symrise, has joined the Estée Lauder Cos. as senior vice president, general manager of the Aramis and Designer Fragrance Division.

In this newly created position, Gabai-Pinsky will be…

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EB Planning to Accept Bon-Ton Offer

NEW YORK — It’s not a done deal yet and there’s time for higher bids, but Elder-Beerman Stores Corp. said it intends to accept the $7 a share merger offer from The Bon-Ton Stores Inc., which on Thursday made a definitive takeover…

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Ross Stores to Launch Lower-Priced Unit

LOS ANGELES — Ross Stores plans to unveil a smaller, lower-priced concept next year to target lower-income households in urban and suburban strip shopping centers.

The new format, which has yet to be named, will be about 25,000 square…

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Memo Pad: In The Closet…Patner’s Clean Slate…TV Talk…New Star

IN THE CLOSET: Just after noon Thursday, an untold number of Condé Nast employees had their appetites ruined when a company-wide e-mail announced that “an object that might possibly be an animal part was found in the 18th-floor…

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The look of “The Sound of Now.”

Tokion’s Take on Magazine Synergy

NEW YORK — “Tokion” is a made-up word that means “the sound of now” in Japanese. It’s also a magazine with sterling hipster credentials, an emporium of cool stuff on the Lower East Side and this weekend it will be a…

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Fashion Scoops: Money Talks…Curtis’ Rap Sheet…Ticket To Ride

MONEY TALKS: Negotiations to renew the employment contracts of Tom Ford and Domenico De Sole at Gucci Group may be conducted in private. But François-Henri Pinault, chairman of Artemis, which controls PPR and Gucci…

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A view of the cafe.

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Aveda Unveils Japanese Flagship

After more than three years of planning, Aveda is about to realize the first stage in a long-awaited Asian strategy next week with its first door in Japan.

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Signs explain Metric’s diagnostic methods.

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Metric: Measuring Skin Care

RIDGEWOOD, N.J. — Pharmaceutical giant Hoffman-LaRoche has been stealthily monitoring the global skin care market.

Philippe Burnham, director of business development, Metric Inc./Roche Consumer Health, speaks as easily about the product…

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Troubled Revlon Strengthens Finance Team

NEW YORK — Revlon is getting more help in the financial department.

The company announced Thursday the addition of two new senior executives. John F. Masten Jr. was named senior vice president, corporate controller and Steven F. Schiffman,…

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The Celine print ad for fall.

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Critical Mass: Fragrances Angle for Holiday Position

It’s a tough road ahead for the mass fragrance business, as retailers are committing to push more designer scents this year.

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Garden Botanika Back in Store

NEW YORK — Garden Botanika is returning to retail. Two years after closing its 281 company stores, the botanically based beauty products, which have only been available via seasonal catalogs and the company’s Web site, will roll out to…

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IsaDora eye shadow and lip gloss.

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Walgreens’ Own Swede Sensation

DALLAS — Walgreens is speaking with a Swedish accent.

To win market share in the fiercely competitive mass beauty business, the $33 billion drugstore chain appears to have landed an exclusive deal in recent weeks to carry IsaDora, an…

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Arden Posts Loss Despite Sales Spike

NEW YORK — Elizabeth Arden Inc. on Thursday reported a minuscule increase in its second-quarter loss despite a 13.6 percent increase in sales.

For the three months ended July 26, the loss was $10.15 million, or 62 cents, from $10.13…

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Amore Pacific’s interior implements metal, earth, tree, water and fire, five energetic properties.

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A Facial Designed to Energize

NEW YORK — It’s easy to become jaded to innovative store design in the heart of SoHo, with the likes of Maximus and Charles Worthington constantly raising the bar of what a beauty environment can resemble. Amore Pacific, one of the…

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Snippets: Branching Out…33 New Flavors…Waiting To Exhale…Clean Therapy…Minty Therapy…Minty Fresh…New Boss…White Out…Kevin’s Show…Environmental Rules

BRANCHING OUT: KMS Research Inc. has embarked on a campaign to raise the profile of the KMS brand among salon professionals beyond the West Coast, the KAO Corp.-owned brand’s home territory. For starters, hairstylist Nick Arrojo has led a…

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