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Marc Jacobs Moves Show Time, Venue

Marc Jacobs is moving his spring 2017 show to the Hammerstein Ballroom.

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Retail

Inside Rick Owens’ New SoHo Store

His new New York store is on the corner of Howard Street and Crosby Street in SoHo.

clock August 28, 2016Jessica Iredale

Fashion

Brunello Cucinelli’s Fall 2016 Collection Stolen

The menswear line had been deducted from the brand’s Milanese showroom.

clock 10hSandra Salibian

Countdown to 2005: China Safeguard Ruling Threatens Trade Frenzy

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Overview

The decision was dramatic enough, and the reverberations could have domestic and global implications.

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Fashion Features

Kourakos Exits Warnaco

John Kourakos is leaving as Warnaco Group’s Sportswear Group president, a role in which he oversees the Calvin Klein jeans and underwear units.

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Financial

Calvin Buy Still Hitting PVH Net

NEW YORK — Phillips-Van Heusen Corp. on Wednesday posted third-quarter results that still reflected integration costs associated with its purchase of Calvin Klein Inc.

For the three months ended Nov. 2, income fell by 3.7 percent to $17…

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Fashion Features

Kasper’s Day of Reckoning

Bankrupt Kasper A.S.L. on Wednesday received a Manhattan bankruptcy court’s nod to confirm its plan of reorganization.

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Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Cartier’s Morning Glory…Get Comfy…Eau De Joie…

CARTIER’S MORNING GLORY: It was raining cats and dogs Wednesday morning, but when Sarah Jessica Parker stepped out of Cartier’s Fifth Avenue mansion to kick off the jeweler’s holiday season, the downpour stopped like a…

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People

Peas Pleaser

Fergie (the other one) shows some skin.

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People

New World Order

Dissecting French anti-Americanism in “Windows on the World.”

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People

Block Party

A star-filled auction.

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Fashion Features

Brooklyn Public

NEW YORK — Like many big-city art galleries, Williamsburg, Brooklyn-based NURTUREart is on the lookout for new artists, as well as curators. The gallery, which is a nonprofit entity, was started in 1997 by George J. Robinson, a former high school…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Von Dutch Goes Highbrow

Von Dutch looks to trade up.

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Mavi’s Growth Push

Mavi outlines its strategies for growth.

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Chip and Pepper Enters Canada

Chip and Pepper adds Canada to its retail mix.

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Sales Shift at Lee

Merriam, Kan.-based Lee Co. has reorganized its sales department, naming Kent Pech to the new post of vice president of retail marketing.

Joe Ablan, vice president of sales, as well as national account sales managers Doug Gauert, Mike Lettera…

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Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Profit Drops at Tarrant

Tarrant’s net falls.

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Fashion Features

Sharing Life on the Edge

NEW YORK — Instead of just posing for Eddie Bauer’s current advertising campaign, Jim Whittaker, the first American to climb Mount Everest, has been sharing details of his momentous life with outdoor enthusiasts.

On Tuesday, the…

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Fashion Features

3 Companies Dip Into Swim

NEW YORK — Swimwear has picked up three new players — Liz Lange, AXM and Island Company.

Each approaches the category from a different angle, with specific customers in mind. Lange, a New York designer who has developed a following…

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Fashion Features

G-III Launches NHL-Inspired Line

NEW YORK — The National Hockey League is going back to the days when goalies didn’t wear masks.

G-III Apparel Group, the New York-based apparel company that produces licensed NHL looks, has introduced a vintage hockey collection…

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Financial

Talbots Earnings Fall As Comps Drop 4.5%

NEW YORK — The Talbots Inc. on Wednesday posted third-quarter results that reflected a decline in income, due mostly to weakness during its mid-season sale event.

For the three months ended Nov. 1, income fell by 7 percent to $34.8…

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Fashion Features

Franck Muller, Sirmakes Dispute Heads to Court

PARIS — It’s getting ugly at Franck Muller, the Swiss luxury timepiece and jewelry firm.

Following an acrimonious falling out this fall between Muller, the firm’s namesake, and his business partner, Vartan Sirmakes, it has…

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Financial

Fin.part Close to Added Funds

MILAN — The money isn’t in the bank yet, but Fin.part appears to be a step closer to recovering from its financial turmoil.

A source close to the firm said Wednesday that Fin.part expects its current shareholders and an unspecified…

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Fashion Features

Cotton Inc. Hires New Ad Agency

Cotton Inc. selected DDB Worldwide as its new ad agency, finalizing a three-month search, after being handled for 30 years by Ogilvy & Mather.

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Fashion Features

Long Island Counterfeiters Busted

NEW YORK — About $750,000 worth of counterfeit merchandise was seized and 14 people have been arrested over the past 10 days following an investigation, Denis Dillon, Nassau County District Attorney, said Wednesday.

The defendants have…

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Fashion Features

Obituary: Jane Evans, Former Monet Jewelers CEO

NEW YORK — Jane Evans, former chief executive officer of Monet Jewelers, died Sunday while on a trip to Buenos Aires. She was 59.

The cause of death was a bacterial infection that overwhelmed her immune system, which might have been…

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: L’Oréal to Up Uemura Stake … Mary Kay Criticized

PARIS — L’Oréal will become a majority shareholder in Shu Uemura Cosmetics Inc. by raising its stake in the company to 52.9 percent early next year.

The French beauty giant has held a 35 percent share of the Japanese firm plus…

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Fashion Features

European Exhibitionism

The 10 European trade shows with the greatest number of exhibitors

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Fashion Features

By The Numbers

NEW YORK — When the economy is a little soft and the merchandise in the stores is a little ho-hum, it turns out that even teens will cut back on their apparel purchasing.

Several market-research groups reported that teen spending on…

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Fashion Features

The Mass Experiment

CHELMSFORD, Mass. — With money to burn and a smorgasbord of goods available at Wal-Mart, Target and Kmart, what would teenage girls buy?

In a microscale consumer experiment, WWD gave four girls, aged 13 to 18, $50 each and purchasing carte…

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Fashion Features

Building The Image

NEW YORK — XOXO is about to get some major tender loving care.

The Los Angeles-based junior brand, which turned sportswear, dresses and intimate apparel licenses over to Kellwood Co. from Global Brand Holdings LLC last May, has some big…

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Fashion Features

In The Zone

NEW YORK — When it comes to clothes, teens spend their money freely. Whether she is a hip-hop princess in her newest duds from Lady Enyce or she keeps it underground in her wide-leg Illig pants, this customer knows what she wants. With the help…

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Fashion Features

Wish List

LOS ANGELES — Expectations are high for retailers’ vital fourth quarter this year, and a big chunk of that performance lies with the potency of the teen dollar. Ever hungry for the style and brand du jour, teens continue to latch on to…

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Fashion Features

Beauty In Motion

NEW YORK — The teen beauty industry is here to stay, but like the fickle demographic it serves, it is in constant motion.

Particularly in the mass market arena, where a flurry of teen brands loaded with glitter pots and scented lip…

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Fashion Features

A Pretty Life

NEW YORK — Hallmark may be America’s largest greeting card company, but for those who want a little kick in their correspondence, it’s Rocio Soler to the rescue.

Her one-year-old card line, Jolie Vie, “pretty life”…

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Fashion Features

Art School

NEW YORK — The first pair of jeans was actually cut from canvas. Now, some denim collections are revisiting that notion with splatters of paint and bleach, along with rips and tears. Here, Polo Jeans’ denim shorts worn with a cotton and…

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Government and Trade

Countdown to 2005: China Safeguard Ruling Threatens Trade Frenzy

The news that the U.S. was slapping quotas on several categories of apparel imports from China was dramatic and could have deep domestic and global…

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Burberry Stock Sale…Securing The Ports…Fila Promotes Lieberman…

  • BURBERRY STOCK SALE: Burberry’s majority stockholder, GUS plc, sold 50 million shares of the luxury goods firm Wednesday at 360 pence a share, or $6.11, for a total of $305.5 million, calculated at current exchange. With the sale…

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Fashion Features

Correction

Jack Mitchell’s book, “Hug Your Customers,” has sold 82,500 copies thus far. The number was incorrect in a story on page 19, Nov. 17.

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