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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

Ladies Buy Design: As Celebs Wane, Socialites Rule Front Row

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Overview

Socialites are returning to the front rows of New York's runway shows, seizing not only the best seats but the glare of the spotlight that goes with them.

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Fashion Features

Exhibit Pays Tribute to Fashion Walk of Fame

NEW YORK — All of a sudden, Valerie Steele realized she was walking all over the perfect choice for a Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology exhibit.

Steele, who is the director of the museum, had been the chairwoman of the Fashion…

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: McEvoy Book Levels on Beauty

NEW YORK — Trish McEvoy has attempted to eliminate the intimidation factor.

In her first book, “The Power of Makeup: Looking Your Best at Every Age” from Simon & Schuster, McEvoy has developed a system to help women identify…

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Fashion Features

Invitation-Only Trade Show

NEW YORK — The Channel, a new invitation-only buying event linking select specialty store retailers with designers and manufacturers, will debut Feb. 5-8, 2004, at the Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa in Phoenix.

The event is being organized…

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Fashion Features

Trial Date Set for Kmart Execs

NEW YORK — Two former Kmart executives will have to answer to charges that include securities fraud beginning on Oct. 14.

On Tuesday, a federal district court judge in Detroit rejected a request that the indictments against Enio Montini…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Tyte Expands

Doubling its sales in the past 18 months, junior denim line Tyte is hot to sustain its momentum. It’s launching a knit bottoms line for holiday 2003 and has two licenses in the works along with its first national ad campaign hitting for…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Loeb Cuts Warnaco Stake

Investor Daniel Loeb, who last month blasted Warnaco Group Inc.’s top officials in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, has reduced his stake in the firm —and toned down his rhetoric. This followed a meeting with…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Mavi’s Indian Movement

The folks at Mavi American Sportswear Inc. think beyond their Turkish heritage when it comes to art. The company recently changed the art exhibit at its store near Manhattan’s Union Square, installing a multimedia collection called…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: True Religion Names European Crusader

The Los Angeles jeans supplier, True Religion Apparel Inc., has named Massimo Cavallari, of Savona 7 Intercompany, to handle its distribution in Italy, Germany and Spain.

The 14-year-old Milan-based company will warehouse True Religion…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Benetton Income Slips

Adverse currency exchange rates coupled with a drop in revenue from Benetton’s now disposed sports equipment division cut into the company’s first-half sales and profits.

For the six months ended June 30, Benetton said its…

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Fashion Features

Berardi Launches Second Line

MILAN — Even in bruised economies, Antonio Berardi believes that fashion hounds will always find something to die for — a good enough reason to call his new diffusion line 2 die 4.

The first collection, which is comprised of 120…

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Fashion Features

Big Push — Italian Style

NEW YORK — The Italian Trade Commission is promoting Italian culture and style through an ambitious three-month campaign through early December called Italia: Life in “I” Style, involving 48 independent stores around the country, as…

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Fashion Features

Branquinho Heads Home for Inaugural Boutique

Véronique Branquinho has returned to her home turf, Antwerp, to open her first boutique.

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Fashion Features

Too Cool for School

Sure, summer is fading into fall, but with miniskirts and skimpy tops being all the rage, schools across the country are reworking their dress codes to fit today’s trends.

A spokeswoman for Concord Academy, a private, co-ed boarding…

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Oscar’s Gift…Dupont’s Guidance

OSCAR’S GIFT: Oscar de la Renta has made good on a promise to send leftover fabric from his design house to fashion students at Marymount University, a tiny Catholic school outside of Washington, D.C., with a thriving fashion department….

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Fashion Features

Corrections

Captions on photos of Mario Boselli and Rosano Soldini were transposed on pages 28 and 25, respectively, in the Italy In Depth section Wednesday.

Due to an identification error from a wire service, a picture of Princess Caroline of Monaco was…

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Fashion Features

Kamali’s Ethereal Escape

NEW YORK — Freshly bathed in white and light, Norma Kamali’s newly renovated Midtown store now looks more like an art installation than a place to shop.

Located at 11 West 56th Street, it is also a launching pad for her new spa…

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Fashion Features

Fila USA Names Noland as CFO

NEW YORK — As part of its plan to bolster its senior management team, Fila USA has named vice president and controller Sharon Noland as chief financial officer.

She continues to serve as controller and is based at Fila’s Sparks,…

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Fashion Features

Chinese Market Data Indicates Luxe Potential

For years, the luxury goods industry has been calling China the next big thing. Now there’s some hard data showing the actual potential.

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Fashion Features

Obituary: Ray H. Jordan, Ex-Penney Pres.

PLANO, Texas — Ray H. Jordan, a former J.C. Penney president, died Tuesday in Vero Beach, Fla. He was 98.

Jordan was instrumental in transforming Penney’s from a chain of Main Street merchants serving primarily small towns into a…

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Fashion Features

Calendar: Today’s Shows

All listings are current as of press time. Attendees are urged to confirm times and locations. NOTE: For updates, check http://www.7thonsixth.com/

9 a.m.: Gottex, Bryant Park.
9 a.m.: m.r.s., the Boxtree Restaurant, 250 East…

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Fashion Features

WWDList: Fashion by Numbers

The 10 designer collections with the most editorial photo credits in September issues of Vogue, W, In Style, Elle and Harper’s Bazaar

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Fashion Features

Island Hopping

NEW YORK — A little indulgence, a little luxury was in order this season, and Michael Kors, as always, answered the call. Working glamorous looks in beautiful materials like linen, cashmere and suede, Kors delivered sporty yet refined pieces…

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Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: What’s Next for Daryl K? …Burst Bubble…Shop Talk

WHAT’S NEXT FOR DARYL K?: Buzz was building Wednesday that Daryl Kerrigan could be tapped as the next designer for Celine. Kerrigan, who showed her collection Wednesday night, has returned to the business after a two-year hiatus. Now…

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Fashion Features

Ladies Buy Design: As Celebs Wane, Socialites Rule Front Row

Socialites are returning to the front rows of New York’s runway shows, seizing not only the best seats but the glare of the spotlight that goes with them.

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People

Chics of the Week

No jeans and heels for these two. Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Moss put on their party dresses, grabbed their boys — Chris Martin and Jefferson Hack, respectively —and rushed to Hue for a dinner in honor of Another…

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People

Eye Scoop

OH, HUGH: Happily for the female contingent, next week’s New Yorkers for Children gala falls on a Monday night. Guests including Dayssi Olarte de Kanavos, Nina Griscom, Cornelia Guest and Aerin Lauder will have a chance to…

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Fashion Features

Good News – Michael Kors, Narciso Rodriguez, Proenza Schouler and Halston’s Bradley Bayou

Feelin’ good. Lookin’ good. These designers didn’t disappoint in a season of simply beautiful clothes.

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Fashion Features

Kozberg-Led Group Derides Cone Deal

NEW YORK — Dissident Cone Mills Corp. director Marc Kozberg on Wednesday denounced the company’s proposal to sell its assets to bankruptcy baron Wilbur Ross in a deal that would wipe out shareholders’ equity.

As reported,…

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Fashion Features

From Anne Klein to Ann Taylor, Smaldone Returns to Retail

NEW YORK — One day after showing his first and only Anne Klein spring collection, Michael Smaldone has opted to return to retailing as senior vice president of design for Ann Taylor Stores Corp.’s Ann Taylor Stores…

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Fashion Features

Balenciaga: No Show

PARIS — Lately, Nicolas Ghesquière has been electrifying audiences in New York and Paris with his runway shows for Balenciaga.

But this season, the designer will not stage a runway show in any fashion capital. “There is no…

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Fashion Features

Simple and Sweet – Tyler, Cynthia Steffe, VPL, Peter Som, Heatherette, Catherine Malandrino and Vivienne Tam

The feminine mystique rules. Designers are staying the course, whether playing it simple and chic or flirty and girly.

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Fashion Features

Tod’s Set to Outfit an Easy Rider

MILAN — Tod’s is building on its famous “driving shoe” theme with its first piece of apparel: a limited-edition motorcycle jacket. Just 333 units will be made, and they land in Tod’s main stores at the end of…

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Fashion Features

Fashion Flashbacks – Kembra by Karen Black, Vasseur Esquivel, Nanette Lepore, Tess Gilberson and Palmer Jones

From little Sixties-style dresses to bustled shapes and arts-and-crafts details, many spring collections show a strong sense of the past.

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Fashion Features

BG: Branding With Editorial

NEW YORK — Somewhere, in a distant setting, Bergdorf Goodman will photograph the 2003 holiday-resort edition of its namesake magazine to capture the season’s mood — which for holiday will be “surfer chic.”…

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Fashion Features

Fashion Troupe

NEW YORK — All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players, Shakespeare once wrote, and while he may have been describing the cycle of any person’s life, he could also have been referring to this season’s New…

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Fashion Features

Electric Youth

New York – Just in case you’ve been living under a rock or summering in a media- proof bubble, let us enlighten you: Teens are ! While the world of entertainment has its Hilary Duffs and Olsen twins, Seventh Avenue has the “Teens in Fashion” show….

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Fashion Features

Playboy Celebrates 50 With Style

LOS ANGELES — Proving that turning 50 can still be cool, Playboy Enterprises is marking its half-century anniversary next year in a very haute way.

Versace, Garrard, Sean John, Vivienne Westwood, MAC, Wolford, Philip Treacy and other…

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Financial

Wholesale Dip Hits St. John Knits’ Net

Declines in its wholesale business outweighed gains at retail as St. John Knits International’s earnings slid by nearly two-thirds in the third quarter.

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Fashion Features

Ferragamo Watch Line To Bow in November

MILAN — Salvatore Ferragamo is expanding its accessories offer with its first watch collection, to launch in mid-November, exclusively in its 140 company-owned stores around the world.

The Florence-based company has direct control over…

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Fashion Features

Original Penguin Thaws Out

NEW YORK — Nearly 50 years after it first started turning up on polo shirts worn by country club golfers, the Original Penguin is readying for a comeback.

This time there will be a healthy dose of fashion when its women’s collection…

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