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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.

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Fashion

Brunello Cucinelli’s Fall 2016 Collection Stolen

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

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A Daisy Blooms: Kohl?s and Fuentes in Exclusive Fashion Deal

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Kohl?s has signed an exclusive fashion deal with Daisy Fuentes, hoping to satisfy its current customers and bring in some new ones.

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Message From Michael

NEW YORK — “It’s car-pool couture,” said Michael Kors of the introduction of his latest label, the better-priced Michael Michael Kors. With signature elements like a leather motocross jacket, chunky turtleneck sweaters and…

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A Daisy Blooms: Kohl’s and Fuentes in Exclusive Fashion Deal

Kohl’s has signed an exclusive fashion deal with Daisy Fuentes, hoping to satisfy its current customers and bring in some new ones.

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Fashion Features

Bloomingdale’s Promotes Mast

NEW YORK — Richard Mast was promoted to vice president and general manager of Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship here. He replaces Stephen Spiro, who is retiring after 34 years at the retailer.

Mast was most recently vice…

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Mines Expands West

  • MINES EXPANDS WEST: Herbert Mines Associates’ executive search has hired Mary McFarren Saxon as its first West Coast representative, based in San Francisco. She was the senior client partner responsible for retail, fashion and…

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Clarification

Jennifer Lopez carried a Fendi handbag to the Golden Globes on Sunday. The credit was inadvertently omitted in a caption on page 12, Tuesday.

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Fashion Features

Speculating on Frasch’s Successor

With Ron Frasch reportedly out as Bergdorf Goodman ceo, there was no shortage of speculation Wednesday about who could take this plum post.

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Fashion Features

Norman Norell Name Lives On

NEW YORK — In fashion, all things are cyclical, even the careers of dead designers.

In a highly unusual case that gives new meaning to the idea of a ghost designer, two Manhattan entrepreneurs have apparently won the trademark to the…

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Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Shades Of Paris

SHADES OF PARIS: Designers Diane von Furstenberg, Charlotte Ronson and Alice Roi, Barneys New York creative director Simon Doonan, interior designer Jonathan Adler and photographer Ben Watts are among 22 creative…

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People

Base Instincts

Screenwriter Joe Eszterhas reflects on life away from Tinseltown.

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People

Eye Scoop: Stork Club

Plus a scoop.

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People

Nights In Armory

Hitting parties around New York.

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Fashion Features

Message From Michael

Michael Kors unveiled his Michael better-price label that underscores his ambitions to become the next American megabrand.

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Fashion Features

Joining the Five O’Clock Rush

NEW YORK — The junior line Duchesse Jeans plans to expand into the contemporary market for fall with a new line called 5 p.m.

Bhinda and Eva Rajwans, the husband-and-wife team that run the brand in the U.S., said their goal is to build a…

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Fashion Features

African Woes a Strain on Novel

NEW YORK — Blaming continuing economic difficulties at its operations in South Africa and the nearby island of Mauritius, Hong Kong-based Novel Denim Holdings warned that it expects to post a net loss of $7 million to $7.5 million for its third…

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Philippou Takes Helm at Diesel’s U.S. Arm

NEW YORK — When Renzo Rosso picked a new head for Diesel SpA’s U.S. operations, he didn’t have to wait long for an answer.

“It was two minutes in the back of the car,” recalled Panicko Philippou. “Renzo said,…

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Going Clubbing in Dollhouse Ads

NEW YORK — Junior denim and sportswear firm Dollhouse is aiming to make quite an impact with its spring ad campaign, backed by a $2.5 million budget, which is more than the company has spent previously.

The new ads, which are a…

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Fashion Features

Hip-Hop Hotties

NEW YORK — Watch out guys, the ladies are launching. Pelle Pelle and School of Hard Knocks are set for back-to-school, while Mecca Femme shows off a makeover and Honee gets ready for the spotlight.

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Fashion Features

Oleg Cassini Weekend Bows

NEW YORK — The Oleg Cassini Sport collection has a fresh look and a new sibling.

Rousso Apparel Group, the licensee for Oleg Cassini activewear, has revamped the two-year-old Sport line and launched Oleg Cassini Weekend, a line of casual…

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Fashion Features

Sidelines: Full Exposure At Halftime…Dick’s Addition…Everlast Expansion…

  • FULL EXPOSURE AT HALFTIME: Italian fashion brand GF Ferré is getting in on the game at the Super Bowl Halftime Show this Sunday.

    Janet Jackson is slated to headline the MTV-produced, on-the-field concert, and her dance…

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Profit Gains at Reebok, But Apparel Falls Short

NEW YORK — Reebok International Ltd. reported stellar fourth-quarter results Wednesday, with earnings gaining 70 percent and sales jumping 11 percent, although branded apparel sales were a notable disappointment.

“We are concerned…

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Fashion Features

The Me Generation

The 10 things women between the ages of 14 and 24 are saving up to buy

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Beauty Beat: Beauty Boosts Procter & Gamble … Weiss Named at L’Oréal … New to Coty’s Game

NEW YORK — Procter & Gamble’s double-digit percentage gains in its fourth quarter and year-end results were boosted by strong growth in its beauty care sector.

For the three months ended Dec. 31, earnings rose 21.7 percent to $1.82…

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Fashion Features

São Paulo Fashion Week Draws International Retail Contingent

RIO DE JANEIRO — São Paulo Fashion Week, which is unveil ing winter 2004 collections, is attracting as much foreign buyer interest as?last July’s SPFW, which featured summer collections that traditionally sell best abroad, organizers…

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Financial

Tod’s Sales Gain Slightly

NEW YORK — Buoyed by double-digit sales increases from its Fay brand, Tod’s SpA reported a modest improvement in preliminary consolidated sales figures for 2003.

For the year, the Milan-based luxury goods company reported a 3.7…

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Fashion Features

Iraq Takes Step Toward WTO

GENEVA — Iraq’s interim trade minister, Ali Allawi, told the world community this month that the nation plans to seek observer status at the World Trade Organization, and that the nation of 25 million would exempt clothing imports from the…

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Financial

Fed Talk Sinks Market

NEW YORK — A few choice words by the Federal Reserve following its open market committee meeting sent stocks plunging Wednesday as investors speculated that interest rate hikes would happen sooner than expected.

After a two-day meeting,…

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Primary Action Heats Up

WASHINGTON — The show has really just begun, as the Democratic presidential primary season enters its third week with candidates honing their populist messages in a contest infused with the party’s desire to upset President George…

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Fashion Features

L.A. Fashion Week Chooses Earlier Dates

LOS ANGELES — Fashion week here is moving up.

Organizers of the runway shows have announced they are bumping up the show dates in the calendar more than a week before market begins on April 1.

New York-based 7th on Sixth, which…

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Financial

Tarrant Raises $4M With Public Offering

NEW YORK — Los Angeles-based Tarrant Apparel Group reported it raised $4 million in a public offering of 1.2 million shares of its common stock at a price of $3.35 a share, sold to an institutional investor. Investment bank Sanders Morris Harris…

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Fashion Features

Missoni’s New Comforts for Home

Missoni Home is introducing a tableware collection today featuring patterns that are typical of the house’s zest for color and graphics.

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Fashion Features

Analysts’ Views Vary For Charlotte Russe

NEW YORK — Is Charlotte Russe Holding Inc. poised for a turnaround? Depends on who you ask.

Equity analysts recently offered diverging views — some bullish, others bearish — on the fate of the San Diego-based specialty…

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