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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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Thalía Teams Up With Authentic Brands Group

ABG and Thalía will expand the Latina star's brand globally.

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Focusing on Spring, Buyers Praise Milan's Creative Energy

The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.

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To Russia With Love: J.Lo to Fly In for Moscow Opening

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J. Lo does Moscow. In what could be the ultimate personal appearance — at least in the burgeoning Russian market for Western designers — Jennifer Lopez will jet into Moscow to unveil the first JLo by Jennifer Lopez store.

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Gucci Group Predicts Gains, but at a Cost

Gucci Group believes it can grow operating profits by at least 20 percent annually in the next two years driven by cost-cutting, it said in an SEC filing.

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Tracey and Michael Ross at Sunset Plaza store.

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Ross Styles Launch

LOS ANGELES — Tracey Ross — whose signature boutique at Sunset Plaza here is as much a magnet for local celebrity clotheshorses, such as Selma Blair and Eve, as it is the international shopping set — is taking the first steps to…

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Cindy Crawford wears an Otis grad's design.

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A-List Boosts Otis School

LOS ANGELES — Students from the Otis School of Fashion here paraded party dresses, streetwear and geometric swimsuits during their annual benefit gala Saturday night, giving many of this city’s established designers a run for their talent….

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West Watch: Shoe In …

SHOE-IN: Hollywould designer Holly Dunlap is adding a third feather to her retail cap by giving her $4 million handbag and footwear business a door on Hollywood Boulevard.

With freestanding stores in New York’s NoLIta and Palm…

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Fin.part’s Facchini Resigns

Gianluigi Facchini has resigned as the chief executive officer of Fin.part, officially ending his reign at the multibrand group he built.

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Polo Ralph Lauren Sets Home Team

NEW YORK — Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. named a team at its Ralph Lauren Home division, including the recruitment of Barbara Deichman from rival Calvin Klein Inc. as its new president.

Deichman, who was senior vice president at Calvin Klein…

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Suzy: Penélope Cruz Turns 30 … Dishing With Sean Connery … A Night With the Basses …

Penélope Cruz turns 30 in style…Dishing with Sean Connery about his memoirs…A night with the billionaire Basses.

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Knit Girl

Sweater girls, whether they prefer tie-dye, Fair Isle or argyle, will have plenty of choices and patterns this fall.

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A rendering of the JLo by Jennifer Lopez store in Moscow.

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To Russia With Love: J.Lo to Fly In for Moscow Opening

NEW YORK — J.Lo does Moscow.

In what could be the ultimate personal appearance — at least in the burgeoning Russian market for Western…

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A Tencel lyocell plant in Grimsby, England.

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Lenzing Teams Up With Tencel

Lenzing AG and Tencel, the two key makers of lyocell fiber, joined forces, with Lenzing purchasing Tencel from CVC Capital Partners.

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In Brief: More Overtime … Sales Tax Delay … Me And My Levis …

MORE OVERTIME: The Senate voted 52 to 47 Tuesday to change overtime pay regulations recently issued by the Bush administration, which critics allege are antiworker. In the changes, the administration would be barred from revising the list of…

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: A New Scent From Paris: Hilton in Fragrance Deal

NEW YORK — Paris Hilton is adopting yet another role — that of fragrance creator.

Fresh from nabbing a high-profile advertising deal with Guess, the hotel heiress has signed a letter of intent with Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based…

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Advance Creates Bridal Group at Fairchild

NEW YORK — Bride’s, Modern Bride and Modern Bride Connections will move under the Fairchild Publications umbrella as part of a restructuring within parent company Advance Publications Inc.

The bridal titles, previously part of…

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With Visual Retailing, creative people can quickly and easily create a virtual store that looks like their own. It can be “walked through” and fixtures and merchandise can be viewed from any angle.

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Virtual Store: Faster Turns, More Style

NEW YORK — Just half a block from the hustle and bustle of Fifth Avenue’s toniest stores is a gracious 1872 town house that serves as the headquarters for the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising. The location couldn’t be a more…

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Buyers Buoyant at Moda, D&A

NEW YORK — Shoppers seem to be loosening their purse strings, putting retailers in a better mood to buy at the Moda Manhattan and D&A Annex trade shows here this week.

Moda, which ended its three-day run Tuesday at the Jacob K. Javits…

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The magazine library at Liz Claiborne’s design resource center.

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Claiborne’s Natural Resources

NEW YORK — Discovering talent in a field of more than 500 design and merchandising employees could be like finding a needle in a stack of fabric samples, but Liz Claiborne claims to have done just that.

The company’s first design…

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Kelly Ripa and Lauren Bacall

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AAFA: From CEOs to Authentic Hotties

The American Image Awards, normally a serious black-tie affair at New York’s Grand Hyatt hotel, took a surprise turn toward the eclectic.

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Anthony Vaccarello's debut at Saint Laurent will surely be received as either "love it" or "hate it" — with virtually no middle-ground reactions. Same case for the dramatic ear jewelry on several models: the first, an ear climber (why didn't they think of that before?) and the next, below-the-shoulder-grazing fringe earrings, shown here in red popping against a teal one-shoulder dress. While leather goods are strong for the house, the designer kept things simple with the shoes — and showed nary a bag. It will be interesting to see where the designer takes those categories.
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Saint Laurent RTW Spring 2017

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