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Paris Inspirations: Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear

Paris designers share their inspirations as the spring collections get under way.

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Anthony Vaccarello's Debut for (Yves) Saint Laurent

In addition to some tony basics, a llittle Eighties-inspired bad taste made for an audacious collection of racy party clothes.

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Barneys Prepared to Ride Out Storm at Perry Capital

Amid the luxury malaise, Barneys' ceo says the company is profitable and performing well.

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Ford Rethinks Future: Directing Still a Goal But Designing Is, Too

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Tom Ford takes a walk on the style side in a Beverly Hills celebration and hints at what could be next on his agenda.

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Candy Striper

LOS ANGELES — The surf was up yesterday, as Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week got under way. WWD previewed six emerging and established designers from the forthcoming shows, and it was clear that the distinctive California élan Rudi Gernreich…

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Tom Ford

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Eye: Ford Rethinks Future: Directing Still a Goal But Designing Is, Too

Tom Ford takes a walk on the style side in a Beverly Hills celebration and hints at what could be next on his agenda.

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Far East Boosts Bulgari Net

Bulgari said strong performance in the Far East, where sales grew 20 percent at constant exchange rates, helped fuel a 5 percent rise in sales.

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An illustration of the new Esprit prototype.

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Esprit Remaking Image in U.S.

Esprit Holdings will open its first store in the U.S. in more than a decade, as it aims to convince Americans that it is not a junior brand.

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In Brief: Charron’s Stock Sale … Answer’s Still No … Going Dutch …

CHARRON’S STOCK SALE: Liz Claiborne Inc. chairman and chief executive officer Paul Charron sold off more than 72,000 shares of Claiborne stock for $2.6 million last week, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission….

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Lauren Bush

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Beauty Beat: Evian, Lauren Bush Launch Beauty Ads …

NEW YORK — Bottled water brand Evian has beauty on its mind.

Model and presidential niece Lauren Bush was on hand at the Time Warner Center Friday to introduce “Flowers,” a new ad campaign highlighting the beauty benefits of…

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Michael Kors

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CFDA Announces Nominees

Carolina Herrera, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and Ralph Rucci for his Chado collection led the nominations for the CFDA women’s wear designer of the year awards.

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Mandy Moore

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T-Time for Mandy Moore

LOS ANGELES — The celebrity hyphenate circle has expanded again, as actress-singer Mandy Moore has become actress-singer-designer.

Moore has teamed up with Kaylor Schwartz Inc., parent of 10-month-old 2 Love contemporary T-shirts, for a…

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The Fab 6

Los Angeles designers have always shown a knack for reinterpreting California style. Here are six who are doing it at L.A.’s fashion week.

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Street Fighter

As Michelle Mason sees it, her women are no shrinking flowers. Instead, they’re urban warriors who take their style cues from sci-fi films like “Blade Runner” and “Road Warrior.” To set the stage, Mason showed her…

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This Versace outfit will be on display in “Glamour: Fabricating Affluence.”

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Museum Hopping Across the Spectrum

Fashion in all forms — from reconfigured vintage to Princess Diana’s wedding gown — will star in four upcoming museum shows.

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Katharine Hepburn as pictured in “The Leather Book.”

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Market Basket: The Life of Leather … Cassin Picks Mackintosh … In the Trenches …

THE LIFE OF LEATHER: The T-shirt had its day in publishing two years ago, and now leather is getting the same treatment. Assouline, which published “The T-Shirt Book” in 2002, will release “The Leather Book” ($29.95), in…

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A rendering of 40 Gansevoort Street by Morris Adjmi, the project’s architect.

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Fashion Scoops: What’s It All About Graydon? … Theoretically Speaking … Enchanted Acne …

WHAT’S IT ALL ABOUT, GRAYDON?: It appears as if Graydon Carter’s film debut, in the remake of “What’s It All About, Alfie?” starring Jude Law, won’t end up on the cutting room floor when…

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Levi’s latest ad campaign breaks in May magazines.

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Levi Strauss Gets Real With Story Campaign

NEW YORK — After facing several seasons of criticism that it was trying too hard to be cool in its ads, Levi Strauss & Co. has turned to real people for inspiration in its latest effort.

The campaign, called “A Style for Every…

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Asia Watch: Heading East … Sogo Readies IPO … Retail Sales Surge …

HEADING EAST: Marc Jacobs has reached an agreement with Hong Kong’s Imaginex to open his first freestanding boutique in China. The store, which will bow some time in late autumn, will measure over 2,000 square feet and will be located at…

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Nubby Alpern models a Costco cashmere sweater under the Kirkland label.

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Cashing In on Cashmere

Wal-Mart is reportedly planning to test cashmere sweaters in its apparel mix for fall, which could result in a multimillion unit program by next year.

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Memo Pad: Marie Claire Moves … Lifetime Beefs Up … Fcuk on Air …

MARIE CLAIRE MOVES: Add executive editor Stacy Morrison to the list of those joining the exodus from Marie Claire. Morrison, who’s been there since August 2001, is leaving the magazine on April 30. The move was announced to staffers…

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All You to Bow at Wal-Mart

NEW YORK — Two mass market titans are playing some aces in a bid to make a winner of All You — a women’s lifestyle monthly slated to be launched this September by Time Inc. and initially distributed exclusively in the country’s…

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The Fiber Price Sheet

The last Tuesday of every month, WWD publishes the current, month-ago and year-ago fiber prices….

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