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Fashion Crowd Raises Record Amount at amfAR Gala

Heather Graham, Adriana Lima, Dita Von Teese and Lottie Moss were among the evening's guests at the 2016 amfAR gala at Milan Fashion Week.

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Inside Bottega Veneta's 50th Anniversary Show

Tomas Maier eschewed trends in favor of a design ethos of “private luxury” for a collection that was effortlessly sophisticated.

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Ghesquière ‘Dives Deep’ Into Louis Vuitton

Designer and Michael Burke reflect on progress, next steps in creative retooling of luxury megabrand.

clock September 23, 2016Miles Socha

Bad News by Voice Mail: LF Brands Shuts Down, Tells Workers by Phone

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After 56 years in business, LF Brands, formerly Leslie Fay Co., has apparently laid off all it workers and shut down its operations.

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Rosy Outlook

NEW YORK — Diana Vreeland once opined that pink is the navy blue of India. But this spring, she might have amended that to “Pink is the new black.” Shown on its own or as a flirty accent, it’s the anchor of the season’s…

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Fashion Features

Bad News by Voice Mail: LF Brands Shuts Down, Tells Workers by Phone

After 56 years in business, LF Brands, formerly Leslie Fay Co., has apparently laid off all it workers and shut down its operations.

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Fashion Features

CITA Sets China Quotas

The U.S. has taken the next step in the China trade dispute by requesting consultations and imposing quotas on three apparel categories.

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: Sephora Explores Canada Units … A Scent Honoring Feraud

MONTREAL — The Sephora cosmetics chain is considering opening outlets in Canada based on the positive response to its e-commerce business that began fulfilling orders in Canadian dollars in October.

Few details are available, and a New…

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Fashion Features

Congestion Charge Dents London Retail

LONDON — Retailers here have faced more than their share of transport-related adversity this fall and winter, from President Bush’s traffic-stopping state visit to terrorism fears and threats of yet another subway strike.

On top of…

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Witt To Sean John…May’s Mate…Done Deal

  • WITT TO SEAN JOHN: Paul Witt, director of advertising and communications for the Diesel Group, will join Sean John as director of marketing/communications. He takes over the duties handled by Dao Yi Chow, formerly marketing director,…

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Fashion Features

Shanghai Tang Expanding Tradition

Raphael le Masne de Chermont, executive chairman of Shanghai Tang, is refocusing the store’s image and expanding on a number of fronts.

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Fashion Features

Little League

LONDON — For Anton Edelmann, the future of cooking is all about shrunken pleasures. The Savoy’s longtime chef — who jokes that he’s shortened many a man’s life with his rich dishes — says it’s time to scale…

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Fashion Features

The Windsors’ Fabergé Feast

LONDON — New Year’s Day may be just around the corner, but at Buckingham Palace, they’re already celebrating Easter.

The Queen’s Gallery at the palace is showcasing some of the finest and most colorful works by the…

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Fashion Features

W2W: What to Watch – Quota Countdown, Reinventing Invista, The Politics Of Trade, The Ross Factor

Countdown to 2005 and the end of quotas…The future of Invista…Tracking the trade pacts…Wilbur Ross makes his mark.

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Fashion Features

W2W: What to Watch – Do The Trade Show Shuffle, Suit Sayers, Designers Paint New Coats

Suit brands battle for career…Big names take over the outerwear scene…New York Fashion Council looks to solve the trade show saga.

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Fashion Features

W2W: What to Watch – Asserting Their Status, High Altitude, Levi’s Laments

Asserting Their Status

For much of the past couple of years, the excitement in the jeans business has focused on extremes.

Dozens of companies crowded into the rarefied high end of the market, selling jeans that retailed for $100…

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Memo Pad

W2W: What to Watch – The Fall Of Martha Stewart, The Tough Go Shopping, Maturation Or Saturation?, The Primitivist Movement

Picking up after Martha…Trying to get Lucky…Sink or swim for the celebrity weeklies and lad magazines…Nothing slick about these mags.

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Fashion Features

Asia Watch: Growth Sport…Port Proposal…Chinese Mills To Close…

GROWTH SPURT: The 10 economies of East Asia, excluding Japan, are expected to register growth of 6.7 percent as a whole in 2004, or a 0.8 percentage point higher than the 5.9 percent this year, spurred by the “continuing strong…

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