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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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Trade War Fears Grow Over U.S. Quotas on Chinese Imports

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China turned up the volume of protests to the Bush administration's plan to impose safeguard quotas on certain categories of Chinese imports.

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Hard Candy’s updated packaging.

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Updating The Indies

NEW YORK — The overhaul of Hard Candy and Urban Decay is continuing.

Nearly a year after LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton sold the brands to the Falic Group, a Florida-based firm known for its strength in travel retail channels…

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Three products from Prescriptives’ new Moonbeam Reflective Gloss line.

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A Prescription for Shine

NEW YORK — Prescriptives is planning on adding a little shine to its lip lineup this spring with the addition of Moonbeam Reflective Gloss, a new lip gloss collection launching in mid-February.

“The trend we’re seeing in lip…

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L’Oréal: Portrait of a Woman

NEW YORK — As L’Oréal’s slogan “Because I’m Worth It” reaches its 30th anniversary, the company is planning a celebration. An exhibition called “Because I’m Worth It: A Celebration of Women”…

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A makeover session.

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Printemps Unveils Parisian Perfumery

PARIS — Between the interpretive dancers, kung fu demonstrations and otherworldly painted people — not to mention zillions of beauty products as far as the eye could see — it was sensory overload last week here when Printemps feted…

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Packaging Beauty at Luxe Pack

MONACO — Luxury was the buzzword at Luxe Pack Monaco, the high-end packaging trade show held here from Oct. 22-25.

Everyone present, from its exhibitors to its organizers and conference speakers, strove to define the term and maintain the…

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A view of the new counter style.

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Chanel’s Counter Update

NEW YORK — Call it counter intelligence.

Chanel has begun a two-year counter overhaul strategy for its corporate installation counters — about 200 of the brand’s U.S. department and specialty store doors for beauty. About 30…

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NYC New York Color adds liquid lipstick, eye dust and cosmetic kits.

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Del Labs Readies 1st-Half Rollouts

In a spin-off of its Sally Hansen Healing Beauty Fast & Flawless Airbrush Makeup, Del is launching Airbrush Legs, the mass market’s first leg makeup.

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Del Aims to Dress Up Legs With Spray

UNIONDALE, N.Y. — Del wants women to show a little leg — sans pantyhose.

In a spin-off of its popular Sally Hansen Healing Beauty Fast & Flawless Airbrush Makeup, the company is introducing Airbrush Legs, the market’s first leg…

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

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New Dana Plans to Sell Scent Brands

NEW YORK — New Dana Perfumes plans to sell off its fragrance portfolio to the similarly named Dana Classic Fragrances Inc., a company principally owned by Isaac Cohen, the current president and chief executive officer of New Dana…

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Paul Sephowitz surrounded by Jessica Hanson, Heidi Richardson and Jacqueline Singer.

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Critical Mass: Healing Garden Attacks Cellulite

Coty Beauty, which brought aromatherapy to the mass market in 1997, is progressing with plans to evolve The Healing Garden beyond the bath.

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Bobbi Brown

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Top Notes: Happy Holidays…Antique Road Show…Colorful Language

HAPPY HOLIDAYS: Makeup artist Bobbi Brown made a personal appearance on Tuesday, Nov. 18 that drew about 350 women to Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship, where Brown and 30 of her makeup artists were on hand to answer questions about…

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Anew Clinical 2-Step Facial Peel

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Avon Delivers At-Home Facial Peel

Under its recently formed Anew Clinical franchise, Avon has said it wants to develop products that will deliver dermatologist-like treatments at home.

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Aveda’s new German Institute features a chakra room for treatments.

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Aveda’s German Expansion

BERLIN — With the opening of the Aveda Institute in Berlin, the plant-based hair and beauty brand finally has a Haus to call its own.

Located on a prime stretch of Kurfürstendamm here, the new two floor, 2,375-square-foot institute…

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Ole Henriksen's skin care lineup.

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Ole Henriksen Cleans Up

NEW YORK — Last year, Ole Henriksen was on the verge of selling his company to Gurwitch Products, the parent company of Laura Mercier, which is itself partly owned by the Neiman Marcus Group. Although the deal fell apart at the 11th hour,…

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Obituary: Loris Azzaro, Celebrity Designer, 70

PARIS — Loris Azzaro, a designer whose sexy gowns have been a magnet for celebrities across several generations, died Thursday of cancer at a Paris clinic. He was 70.

He leaves behind a small but recently percolating fashion house,…

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Customs Issues Additional Cargo Rules

Apparel and textile importers and exporters have more things to add to their security check lists – and will shoulder more costs.

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Memo Pad: Not Loving New York…Excuses, Excuses

NOT LOVING NEW YORK: How do you keep your staff at an upmarket magazine when you’re about to be sold? That seemed to be the problem this week when Vogue poached New York Magazine’s fashion director, Mark Holgate, to become…

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Queen Sofia of Spain

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Suzy: Queen Sofia’s Special Night…The Sophie Dahl Green Tea Diet…Kim Cattrall’s Humble Abode

Celebrating with Queen Sofia of Spain…Queen Elizabeth’s party for the Bushes…A sticky wicket for Kate Moss and Jefferson Hack.

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The Naked Truth

NEW YORK — The Healing Garden is budding again. The aromatherapy line is heading into botanical-based body treatments with new anticellulite and body-toning creams. Due on counter in March, the products could yield retail sales of $12 million to…

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Government and Trade

Trade War Fears Grow Over U.S. Quotas on Chinese Imports

China turned up the volume of protests to the Bush administration’s plan to impose safeguard quotas on certain categories of Chinese imports.

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Lawrence Stroll, John Idol, Silas Chou and Michael Kors on Tuesday.

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Kors Concludes Idol Chatter

One of the industry’s worst-kept secrets was confirmed Thursday when Kasper chairman and ceo John D. Idol was named ceo of Michael Kors (USA).

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

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Nordstrom Net Soars 146.8%

NEW YORK — Nordstrom Inc. is back in the fast lane, building its bottom line even more rapidly than sales.

The Seattle-based better department store chain could seemingly do no wrong in the third quarter as it more than doubled its…

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

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Estée Lauder, Missoni Said Near Beauty Deal

Estée Lauder and Missoni are said to be in the late stages of signing a joint worldwide beauty pact.

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

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In Brief: New To Amerex…Ann’s Improved Attitude…Neiman’s Bears Rings

NEW TO AMEREX: The Amerex Group said Renee McGovern has joined the company as president of its women’s and men’s group, replacing Kevin Mahoney, who has left the outerwear maker. She reports to chief executive Glenn Palmer. Most…

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

The Carrie Bradshaw window at Barneys New York.

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Icy Illusions

WWD takes a glimpse of holiday windows – a Manhattan retail tradition, their storytelling visages a kind of lost art.

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

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Gap Leads Specialty Pack

With a parade of fall fashion hits to its credit, Gap Inc. continued to make huge strides in its comeback as third-quarter profits nearly doubled.

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

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Fashion Scoops: Egged On…Italian Delight…Book Night

EGGED ON: Eggs were a big theme of the Bush state visit to London Thursday — and we’re not talking Nigella Lawson’s lunch menu. While protesters were busy pelting eggs at the effigy of George Bush in Trafalgar…

clock November 21, 2003WWD Staff

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Ward’s Settlement Stirs Kmart Lawsuit

The Kmart Creditor Trust’s attempt to recover some of its losses through a lawsuit might get some help from the recent Montgomery Ward case.

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