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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.

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Five Left Dead in Shooting at Macy’s in Washington State

The shooter, thought to be a lone gunman, opened fire on Friday night.

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Fashion’s Story of O: Oscar and Kellwood Ink Deal for Moderate Line

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Oscar de la Renta, through a licensing deal with Kellwood Co., will bring his designs to the moderate customer with the new O Oscar line.

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Fashion’s Story of O: Oscar and Kellwood Ink Deal for Moderate Line

Oscar de la Renta, through a licensing deal with Kellwood Co., will bring his designs to the moderate customer with the new O Oscar line.

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Sweet Thing

NEW YORK — Cotton candy and bubblegum hues reign supreme this season, as designers tint their leathers in the sweetest of colors. They’re also creating girly ruffled shapes and adding playful patterns such as dots.

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In Brief: No Diddy … CFO For TJX … Kreitzman New VP …

NO DIDDY: Sean John will not show its fall collection during New York Fashion Week this season so executives can concentrate on its aggressive expansion plan, beginning with the launch of two new collections, Sean John sportswear, a high-end…

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Correction

Richard Hastings is vice president, retail sector for credit rating and analysis firm Bernard Sands. A story that began on page one on Monday misattributed his company affiliation.

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Polo Focuses on Retail

Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. posted lower third-quarter profits that matched expectations and further cemented its focus on a retail strategy for growth.

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Tommy Exceeds Estimates

Shares of Tommy Hilfiger Corp. shot up 12.2 percent following the firm’s report of third-quarter earnings, which exceeded Wall Street’s expectations.

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LF Brands’ Trademarks Auction Set

Leslie Fay Licensing Enterprises Corp. has set an auction for its trademarks on Feb. 12 at the law firm Jenkens & Gilchrist Parker Chapin.

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Fashion Scoops: Ford Walks … Celeb Watch … Grammy Groove …

FORD WALKS: Good thing the Beverly Hills City Council doesn’t have to concern itself with matters of national security. At a meeting last week, when talk turned to requests for street closures, no less, it slipped out that the next…

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Beauty Beat: Rejig Gives Nestlé 26.4% of L’Oréal … Wella Case Continues …

PARIS — L’Oréal has announced it plans to merge with Gesparal, a holding company owned by the French beauty giant’s two major shareholders, Nestlé and the Bettencourt family.

Although L’Oréal touted the…

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ILO: Child Labor Costs World Economy $5.1T

GENEVA — Eliminating the scourge of child labor would benefit the world economy substantially more than if the debilitating practice was retained, adding a hefty extra $5.1 trillion to the?welfare of affected countries, according to an…

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Armani, Elle To Sing a Song of Style

MILAN — Giorgio Armani is connecting to the new beat.

Mirroring the designer’s strong links to Hollywood, Armani is launching a new media program that links his group to a record company and a fashion magazine. Armani has asked…

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Eye: Dems’ Unelected Party of Fashion

A look at the style and demeanor of four potential First Ladies – Teresa Heinz Kerry, Elizabeth Edwards, Gert Clark and Judy Steinberg Dean.

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Lilly Pulitzer’s New Pad

The orange juice stain dried long ago, but Lilly Pulitzer’s colorful clothes remain fruitful, with sales of $50 million and a string of shops.

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Denim Dish: Glossy Blues … Avondale Posts Loss … Bella’s New Baby …

Ad campaigns from a trio of brands…Bella Dahl’s growing maternity family…Avondale Mills loses $3.6 million in the first quarter.

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Coles Steps Down at Reebok

After fewer than two years on the job, Martin Coles has resigned as Reebok brand president and chief executive officer, citing personal reasons.

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Pony, LA Gear Jump Into Apparel

LA Gear and Pony International, which had their heyday in the Eighties, are banking on interest in retro brands to expand into new arenas.

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Sidelines: Bogner Tees Off … Swim Fan …

BOGNER TEES OFF: Bogner of America is moving from the ski slopes to the golf course. The company, best known for its ski-related apparel, has unveiled a collection of golf apparel for women that will start hitting stores in April. The line is…

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Hue Too: The Top 10 Colors for Fall-Winter 2004-2005

The top 10 colors for fall-winter 2004-2005 chosen by designers participating in New York Fashiion Week.

Forget about your basic black and winter white. A more unusual aesthetic has emerged for fall-winter 2004-2005, with designers choosing…

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