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Haider Ackermann's Captivating Spring Collection

The collection was ravishing, captivating with its drifting silk, trailing ribbons and delicious tropical colors.

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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 Show for Loewe

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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Beyonc?’s Fashion Song: Star Said in Deal With Ecko Unltd.

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Beyonc? Knowles can now at last add the title of designer to her r?sum?. At least it appears that way.

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Bianca Jagger in Calvin Klein and Jade Jagger in Louis Vuitton, both with Garrard jewelry.

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Party Politics

The lions roared, the Jaggers swaggered and the ladies lunched at a smattering of events that split the New York social scene into factions.

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Toiling in Tulle

NEW YORK — Brides-to-be aren’t always the easiest people to please, but some designers are doing just that and building their businesses.

The $32 billion bridal industry is better known for gowns than big names — with the…

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Nicolas Ghesquière, outside the Carlyle Hotel.

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Ghesquière Misses New York’s Buzz

After opening stores in New York and Paris last year, Ghesquière shelved further locations in Milan, L.A. and Tokyo.

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Memo Pad: Blyth Indifference … Lost Face …

BLYTH INDIFFERENCE: The media elite turned out in force Monday at More magazine’s luncheon in honor of “Alpha Woman of the Year” Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D., N.Y.). Those packed into the Four Seasons pool room…

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Beauty Beat: Wella, P&G Truce Raises Offer Price … Aventis Boards OK Offer …

BERLIN — Score one for the Wella AG minority shareholders.

On Monday, Wella and Procter & Gamble inked a “domination and profit transfer” agreement, which not only meets a long-standing demand for such an agreement by the…

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California to Revamp Workers’ Comp

LOS ANGELES — California insurance officials on Thursday will take a first step toward implementing an overhaul of the $22 billion-a-year workers’ compensation system, which retailers and apparel manufacturers say may help boost the…

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Sean John Taps Store Designer

NEW YORK — Sean John, which will open its first store on Fifth Avenue and 41st Street this summer, has partnered with design firm Yabu Pushelberg to create the look of the flagship.

“Yabu Pushelberg is working directly with the…

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WTO Rejects U.S. Cotton Subsidies

GENEVA — A World Trade Organization dispute panel late Monday issued an interim ruling finding U.S. cotton subsidies breached global trade rules, according to trade sources. Brazil had filed a complaint in September 2002 over subsidies to U.S….

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Fiber Firms Brace for Invista Sale

With the pending sale of DuPont’s Invista fiber unit to Koch, competitors are eyeing any vulnerability in the changing landscape.

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AAFA to Laud Industry Notables

NEW YORK — Several people who know a few things about the importance of keeping up appearances will be on hand for Monday night’s American Apparel & Footwear Association’s American Image Awards at the Grand Hyatt here.

The…

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Kerry Report Criticizes Bush on Trade Policies – Notably Textiles

Democrat John Kerry said President Bush has failed to fight unfair trade practices at the expense of U.S. workers and businesses.

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Importers Wary of Logjam

Pressure is building in the apparel pipeline that stretches from the factories of Asia to the shelves of U.S. stores, an AAFA conference warned.

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Ethnic Patterns Focus on Africa

NEW YORK — The sophisticated and the whimsical had equal footing at last week’s pair of summer 2005 textile design shows: Directions and Printsource, both held at the Hotel Pennsylvania here.

The shows featured fresh offerings such…

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Tom Ford at the Spindler memorial.

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Amy Spindler: Outspoken, Opinionated and Revered

NEW YORK —?The things Amy Spindler loved, as recounted by Elizabeth Stewart, her close friend and a stylist at The New York Times Magazine, included a good steak, salty things like her language, Bob Mackie fashion shows and Manolo…

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Ribbon Development

NEW YORK — Talk about the ties that bind. Ribbons have captivated ready-to-wear designers of late, and now those charming details are being translated into bridal looks, too. Here, Monique Lhuillier’s jeweled silk satin, lace and tulle…

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Ecko Unlimited already produces a men’s line for G-Unit.

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Beyoncé’s Fashion Song: Star Said in Deal With Ecko Unltd.

Beyoncé Knowles has apparently signed a deal with Ecko Unlimited to produce a line of women’s clothing under the A Touch of Couture label.

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Prada’s Patrizio Bertelli with New York Yacht Club commodore Lawrence Huntingon and a model of the Luna Rossa yacht.

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Knot Too Shabby

NEW YORK — The Prada-sponsored yacht Luna Rossa has found a place in yachting history. A model of the sleek silver-and-red vessel, loser of the 2000 America’s Cup competition, has become part of the New York Yacht Club’s permanent…

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Fashion Scoops: Selling Out … Guess Goes to Paris … Continental Confidential …

SELLING OUT: Sources close to Fendi in Milan say that Carla Fendi, president and head of communications at Fendi, is negotiating the sale of her 16 percent share in the Rome-based luxury goods firm to parent company LVMH Moët…

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Kmart extended Martha Stewart’s licensing deal through 2009. Here, Everyday’s 4-Star towels.

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Kmart to Overhaul Apparel

On the same day Kmart extended its licensing deal with Martha Stewart, the discounter said it was revamping its women’s apparel line this fall.

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LVMH Confirms Menichetti Pick for Celine

LVMH confirmed that Roberto Menichetti would succeed Michael Kors as artistic director at the house of Celine.

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In Brief: LVMH Upgrade … Urban Investment … Pacsun’s New VP …

LVMH UPGRADE: Standard & Poor’s, the debt ratings agency, on Monday upgraded its outlook on LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton from “negative” to “stable,” saying the French luxury conglomerate had improved its…

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Corrections

The silk and lace dress at left, which appeared on Monday, is by Morgane Le Fay. The caption was deleted due to a printing error.

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Jacqueline Singer is group marketing director, Coty Beauty U.S. Her title was incorrect in an article…

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