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Marc Jacobs RTW Fall 2017

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Jones’ Better Sequel: Writing a New Script With Signature Launch

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Jones New York's Signature better-priced line bowed Monday, entering a market segment that's starting to burst with a slew of new entries.

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G-III Apparel Sees Profits Reach $2.7M

NEW YORK — G-III Apparel Group Ltd. on Thursday posted second-quarter profits that nearly quintupled.

For the three months ended July 31, net income rose 372 percent to $2.7 million, or 37 cents a diluted share, versus $576,000, or 8…

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Kazu Launches With Rainwear

NEW YORK — In Japanese, “kazu” means number, and a new rainwear company by the same name hopes that translates into robust sales.

Owned by Lana Winer International, the Kazu Apparel Group aims to be a sportswear label, but is…

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Giorgio Armani unveils his brass plaque.

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Fashion Scoops: A Sale In Theory…Shopping In Italy…Giorgio Of Beverly Hills…Making An Impression…

A SALE, IN THEORY: Stretch sportswear line Theory, which has grown into a department store staple since being founded by Andrew Rosen and Elie Tahari in 1997, is expected to be sold today to Link International, the brand’s…

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Beauty Beat: LVMH Confirms Baxter Hire … Fantastic Sams Sold … Burt’s Bees Still in Play

PARIS — LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton confirmed Monday that it has appointed Pamela Baxter as president of the Perfumes & Cosmetics Group for the U.S., a newly created position. She will oversee LVMH’s American beauty…

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Asia Watch: Karan’s Land…Dickson Bullish On Asia

KARAN’S LAND: Donna Karan, working through its Tokyo-based Donna Karan Japan, is opening two directly managed stores in Tokyo in the next two weeks. A Japanese spokeswoman said Donna Karan Japan’s first directly managed shop under…

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Rudi Revisited

PARIS — Rei Kawakubo is channeling Sixties fashion innovator Rudi Gernreich this season. Teaming up with Peggy Moffitt, the late designer’s muse, favorite model and the keeper of his archive and fashion legacy, Kawakubo is reprising or…

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A spring Signature look.

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Jones’ Better Sequel: Writing a New Script With Signature Launch

Jones New York’s Signature better-priced line bowed Monday, entering a market segment that’s starting to burst with a slew of new entries.

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Burberry Opens Flagship in Milan

MILAN — Burberry has shown its Prorsum collection here for the last four years, but only now does the British brand have its own retail space in Italy’s fashion capital.

Today, Burberry opens the door of its newest flagship, a…

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Fashion Features

IT Holding Closing In On Sale of Gigli Brand

Sources say IT Holding is close to signing an agreement to sell its Romeo Gigli business to Go & Create Investment, a Luxembourg investor group.

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Sprousing Up Diesel…Bye-Bye Buley…Red Tag

  • SPROUSE-ING UP DIESEL: People passing by Diesel’s Union Square store in Manhattan Friday morning can be excused if they think a particularly persistent graffiti artist has targeted the store. That’s because on Thursday…

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Trudie Styler lounging at the Chambers Hotel.

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Styler Style

Trudie Styler gets back into the act.

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All Mixed Up

Designing Alain Ducasse’s latest eatery.

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High Wattage

The latest from Venice.

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Trade officials from the 146 World Trade Organization nations are headed to Cancún for a WTO meeting.

Fashion Features

Not-So-Sunny Forecast for Cancún

The stage is set but expectations have dimmed as trade ministers gather in Cancún Wednesday to decide the fate of a global trade pact.

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The “Specially Re-edited for Prada” Holliday & Brown label.

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Prada Goes Psychedelic

NEW YORK — Miuccia Prada knows how to get people talking — even if it’s about a tag on a dress. In stores now, some pieces from her fall lineup feature two tags: one, the signature, navy-stitched Prada, and just below, another in…

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Taroni’s muticolored silk plaid was used on this wrap coat.

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Yeohlee: Conceptually Speaking

NEW YORK — Yeohlee loves to talk fabric. But for spring 2004, her collection is full of textiles that have a language of their own.

“This collection is about duality,” she said. “The fabrics have characteristics where…

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Ellesse USA Taps President

NEW YORK — After 21 years at the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association, Maria Stefan is moving on and will become Ellesse USA’s president.

She will leave her post as executive director and vice president of global business…

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Alice Temperley

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Temperley to Open N.Y. Studio

NEW YORK — Alice Temperley is bringing her party to New York.

The English designer, known in London for entertaining and dressing a roster of social clients and fashion models at her Notting Hill studio, is opening her first showroom in…

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Media

Memo Pad: Falling Star…Stalking Gawker

FALLING STAR: What if you hired Bonnie Fuller to take over your ailing tabloid empire and the newsstand didn’t go up? Well, that may be what’s happening.

In the 10 weeks Fuller has been at American Media top editing…

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Solstiss’ nylon, rayon and metallic polyester.

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Pensez Pink

NEW YORK — Fall 2004 is chalking up to be one colorful season. At next week’s Première Vision — held at Paris’ Parc d’Expositions — color will be popping up just about everywhere, especially pink. Rosy hues and…

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Schoeller’s black, green and white polyester, nylon, polyurethane and spandex.

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Optical Illusions

Get ready to focus at next week’s Première Vision. Many exhibitors will be showing bold, graphic designs on wool, cotton blends, silk and even lace. Abstract in design, many of the looks feature squares, dots and orbs in mostly neutral color…

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Ratti’s gold and ivory wool and Lurex.

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Metal Mix

Metallics are moving ahead for fall 2004. In place of allover patterns, the look is being mixed into a variety of designs, both knitted and woven. Most notable are glossy sheens on men’s wear pinstripes and checks, copper tones peeking out of a…

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Mallalieu’s of Delph’s purple, green, blue and red wool.

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Mad for Plaid

After seasons of dots and stripes, it seems that plaids are back. While some mills have taken a more traditional route with looks borrowed straight from men’s wear, others are recoloring luxurious cashmeres in lilacs and pinks. Also fun are cozy…

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Gerry will be seen at NASTAR events.

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Palmer Ushers in New Era at Amerex

NEW YORK — After 71 years, the Amerex Group, a privately owned outerwear powerhouse, is striving to be nimble in an unpredictable category.

The $200 million-plus company is now looking to leverage its proprietary brands Gerry, Weather…

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Caryn A. Lerner

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Review at Escada Results in Exit Of Caryn Lerner

In setting out on a review of its overall business practices, Escada said Caryn A. Lerner, one of the co-presidents of its U.S. division, will leave.

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