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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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Media

Jenna Dewan Tatum Tapped as Danskin Brand Ambassador

Actress and dancer Jenna Dewan Tatum is Danskin's newest brand ambassador, appearing as the face — and body — of its fall ad campaign.

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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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In Focus

Issey Miyake’s Homme Plissé Gains Global Following

Looks from Issey Miyake’s Homme Plissé line.

Perelman Pumps Another $125 Million Into Ailing Revlon

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Billionaire Ronald O. Perelman has again come to Revlon's rescue. Today, he's expected to announce a $125-million infusion to keep the firm solvent.

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Fashion Features

Rainbow Coalition

NEW YORK — With Color ID, its latest foundation line, Lancôme is aiming to match nearly every skin tone under the rainbow. Set to bow in March in Lancôme’s 2,200 U.S. department and specialty store doors, the line includes 20…

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Fashion Features

Perelman Pumps Another $125 Million Into Ailing Revlon

Billionaire Ronald O. Perelman has again come to Revlon’s rescue. Today, he’s expected to announce a $125-million infusion to keep the firm solvent.

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Fashion Features

Euro Luxe Numbers Mixed

Four European luxe houses posted earnings Thursday, all bearing the scars of a difficult 2003 as well as high hopes for holiday and the year ahead.

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Fashion Features

Levi Strauss Lowers Outlook

Citing lower-than-expected orders from retailers, Levi Strauss & Co. on Thursday lowered its sales expectations for the year.

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Fashion Features

Wal-Mart Sees Rare Earnings Miss

Wal-Mart again reported double-digit bottom- and top-line growth Thursday, but apparel markdowns hurt its consolidated gross margin.

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Losing Ground…Talent Scout

  • LOSING GROUND: In the latest shakeup at Fin.part, Silvano Storer has stepped down as co-chief executive officer of the Italian fashion group. A successor to Storer, who served in the position for less than two years, has not been named….

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Fashion Features

Clarification

Louis Vuitton is no longer involved with Style.com’s Holiday Shop, as reported on page 16, Tuesday. The luxury firm withdrew from the online venture on Wednesday.

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Fashion Features

Correction

Karen Murray, group president of men’s wear at Liz Claiborne Inc., said Enyce’s women’s business could grow to be as large as its men’s. She was misquoted in a story starting on page one, Thursday, due to a typographical error….

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People

Suzy

The magnificently designed (of course) 20th anniversary party of Peter and Jane Marino; lots of news from filmdom and even some early Oscar bits.

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Fashion Features

Lancôme’s New Color ID Aims for a Perfect Match

NEW YORK — Lancôme is aiming to build a broader foundation under its makeup category with the addition of a new line aimed at its widest ethnic audience yet.

With Color ID Precise Match Weightless Makeup SPF 8 launching in March,…

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Fashion Features

Very Sexy for Her Raised to the Second Power

Victoria’s Secret Beauty is expecting a new addition to its Very Sexy family, Very Sexy for Her 2, which will round out its fragrance portfolio in March.

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Fashion Features

Claiborne Rolls Out New Curve

NEW YORK — Liz Claiborne Cosmetics is throwing a new curve into the market.

With Curve Crush, a new masterbrand aimed at capturing a slightly younger consumer, the brand is hoping to take a bigger share of the fragrance market this…

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Fashion Features

Physicians Gets a New Partner

NEW YORK — Boston-based investment group Summit Partners has acquired a majority stake in Physicians Formula, previously owned entirely by Pierre Fabre Inc.

Pierre Fabre Inc. will retain a minority interest in the cosmetics firm and will…

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Fashion Features

Lancôme Looks Into Its Future

Lancôme is aiming to build a broader foundation in makeup with the addition of a new line aimed at its widest ethnic audience yet.

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Fashion Features

Clinique Explores Skin Immunity

NEW YORK — Clinique is building its immune system for a stronger business.

At a Skin and Immune Protection symposium on Tuesday at the Soho House here, Richard Granstein, M.D., chairman and professor in the dermatology department at Weill…

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Fashion Features

Coty Hits High Note With Dion Scent

NEW YORK — Celine Dion is topping the charts.

The Coty Beauty fragrance, designed to compete head-on with the prestige fragrances that have been flooding the mass market, was the top-selling scent in mass doors in both August and…

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Fashion Features

Critical Mass: Looking for a Few Good Scents

Searching for ways to revive the sluggish mass fragrance market, The Northern Group is on the hunt for scents with strong histories.

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Fashion Features

Beauty Takes Center Stage at L.A. Fashion Week

LOS ANGELES —?With more than 70 runway shows, most within six days, the second official Los Angeles Fashion Week, which ended Nov. 3, proved a marathon for more than the legion of buyers and editors swarming the city in search of the next hot…

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Fashion Features

A Spa Line Formulated to Fix

NEW YORK — Caleel+Hayden is aiming to give the spa market an afterglow.

The privately owned, Denver-based beauty marketer and distributor has expanded its three-year-old Glo Minerals cosmetics brand into bath and body. Appropriately…

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Fashion Features

Alberto VO5’s Hair Care Oasis

NEW YORK — Alberto VO5 is expanding its role in hair care with Nourishing Oasis, a restorative, heat-activated shampoo and conditioner range that looks to fill a gap in the midpriced hair care arena.

For the first time, Alberto-Culver is…

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Fashion Features

Snippets: Fekkai Launch Parade…Bliss For The Mister…Hair Tome…

FEKKAI LAUNCH PARADE: Frédéric Fekkai will be speaking to the British press next week to promote the launch of his hair care products to 15 Space NK stores in February. Fekkai is also in the process of putting together a day of…

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Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Let It Snow…The Feat Of Love

LET IT SNOW: What’s more minimalist than snow? For Calvin Klein’s holiday window display at its Madison Avenue flagship, the company commissioned Czech artist Roman Deingruber to design an installation that makes the store…

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Fashion Features

Women’s Apparel, New Stores Take Toll on Kohl’s Earnings

Slumping women’s apparel sales and higher costs from a bevy of store openings pushed third-quarter results down for Kohl’s Corp.

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Fashion Features

Outfitters: One Up, One Down

American Eagle Outfitters suffered a whopping 62.5 percent evaporation in third-quarter profits, while Urban Outfitters’ income jumped 75.5 percent.

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Fashion Features

Contract Dispute Leaves Bebe in Flux

A messy contract dispute has left Bebe in the hole for a chief merchant and Gregory S. Gemette without a job.

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A Wolff in Wolf’s Clothing

NEW YORK — Since coming to New York magazine in 1998 as its media columnist, Michael Wolff has emerged as a kind of media world op-ed columnist on a really good (and really strange) acid trip with some sodium pentathol mixed in. His columns are a…

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Memo Pad: Back At The Times…Naming Names…No Longer US

BACK AT THE TIMES: The ongoing nonsaga of the new, New York Times rolls on. The latest major voluntary staff change will be that Charles “Chip” McGrath is stepping down from his post as the editor of The Book Review to become…

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Fashion Features

A Dose of Fashion for Blossoming Bellies

LONDON — Two sets of sisters are offering more than a sympathetic ear to pregnant women who feel fat, frustrated and ugly.

Tania and Lara Khreino and Basma and Yasmin Alireza opened Blossom, a one-stop shop for fashion in Brompton Cross…

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Fashion Features

Calypso’s Growth Spurt

Blossom offers style and sympathy for pregnant ladies; Calypso’s empire expands.

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Fashion Features

Zara Heads West In Time for Spring

LOS ANGELES — Spanish fast-fashion chain Zara is heading west with a store slated to open at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, Calif., by spring.

The 10,000-square-foot men’s and women’s unit at South Coast Plaza will bow in…

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Fashion Features

New Tiffany Concept to Bow

Lower margins and a one-time benefit in 2002 offset skyrocketing U.S. sales to lower Tiffany & Co.’s third-quarter net income 20.3 percent.

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Fashion Features

Solidarity to Sell Gildan Shares, Citing Honduran Worker Firings

An investment fund plans to sell its stake in Gildan Activewear over charges Gildan fired workers who were trying to unionize a factory in Honduras.

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Fashion Features

China Imports Up 71.5% in 9 Months

China increased its share of the entire U.S. apparel and textile import market to 18.8 percent in the first nine months of the year.

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