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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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Marc’s Long-Term Deal: Jacobs Signs New 10-Year Contract

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Overview

Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy signed new employment contracts Monday that will keep them with LVMH for the next decade.

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Ticket to Ride

For those who ride in fancy regalia or just dress that way for fun, designers have come up with equestrian-inspired silhouettes and details.

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Designer and Luxury

Marc’s Long-Term Deal: Jacobs Signs New 10-Year Contract

Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy signed new employment contracts Monday that will keep them with LVMH for the next decade.

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Financial

Stock Sell-Off Drops Dow Below 10K

Expectations of an interest rate hike in June and jitters over the progress of the war on terrorism and in Iraq prompted a sell-off on the stock market.

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Galyans Appointment … Bulgari Takes Scents … CFO Shuffle …

GALYANS APPOINTMENT: Galyans on Monday named Rick Leto president and chief merchandising officer, effective mid-June, confirming a WWD report. Leto will be responsible for the marketing, merchandising, planning and allocation and will report to…

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Fashion Features

No Kidding: Beyoncé’s a Designer

Beyoncé Knowles has signed a pact with Kids Headquarters to produce a women’s line under the A Touch of Couture label.

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Fashion Features

Field Gets Political

NEW YORK — Patricia Field wants to make politics trendy.

Not only can customers buy hip merchandise at Hotel Venus, Field’s West Broadway boutique, they also can register to vote and purchase a limited-edition “Let’s…

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Fashion Features

Coalition Tables China Petition

WASHINGTON — A coalition of business, labor and agriculture trade associations, regrouping after the Bush administration said last month it would reject a planned petition on China’s currency policies, said it will shelve the filing for…

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People

Teen Angst

Talking with two young stars bringing “Hamlet” into the 21st century.

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People

Mojito Madness

A Brazilian party in London.

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Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: Family, Friends Remember Estée Lauder…

NEW YORK — She was surely beauty’s grandest dame, and befitting that status, Estée Lauder was celebrated by this city’s elite from the stage of the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center Monday morning in a final…

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Fashion Features

Canadian Furriers Ride the Wave

A report from the NAFFEM, where fur retailers said they were looking for a third straight year of strong sales this fall and winter.

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Fashion Features

Pellat-Finet Readies West Village Flagship

NEW YORK — Lucien Pellat-Finet, the Paris-based designer known for his cashmere sweaters, is setting up shop in the West Village here.

The company has signed a lease for a 2,800-square-foot space at 14 Christopher Street and plans to open…

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Fashion Features

Saga’s Changing of the Guard

NEW YORK — Steve Gold is moving on after 30 years of plugging Saga Furs of Scandinavia, a major force in attracting American designers to fur.

The marketing firm that bears his name will stop representing Saga, a co-operative of fur…

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Fashion Features

Guess Launches Dressier Retail Line

Guess Inc. is rolling out a more sophisticated, dressier retail concept called Marciano, and the first test store is set to open in September at The Grove shopping center in West Hollywood, Calif.

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Fashion Features

Material World Focus on China, RFID

Two key issues in the apparel industry — China and RFID — will be the focus of the upcoming Material World trade show.

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Fashion Features

Guatemala’s Makers on Modernization Course

Apparel makers in Guatemala are working to boost capacity, to become more service-oriented and to develop the country’s textile production.

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Fashion Features

PacSun Net Rises 90%

Pacific Sunwear of California Inc. shone brightly in the first quarter as earnings vaulted nearly 90 percent to $15 million on sales of $245 million.

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Fashion Features

Vandevelde to Exit M&S

LONDON — Luc Vandevelde will step down from his post as chairman of Marks and Spencer Group plc, responding to pressure from institutional shareholders who say he isn’t paying enough attention to the British retailer.

M&S, the…

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People

The Jazz Singer

A Q&A with jazz phenom Jamie Cullum.

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Fashion Features

Hermès Sales Gain 7.7 Percent

PARIS — Hermès, driven by strong sales in Asia and the Americas, said on Monday that first-quarter revenue increased 7.7 percent to $371.1 million, or 314.5 million euros. All figures are converted at current exchange.

The results,…

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Fashion Features

Von Furstenberg Signs License With Mantero

MILAN — Diane von Furstenberg’s petite valise, or little suitcase, is getting a bit fuller.

The New York-based designer has signed a licensing deal with Italian silk giant Mantero for the production and distribution of a beach line…

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Memo Pad: Genre’s Model Muddle … Shop Away … Post-er Girl …

GENRE’S MODEL MUDDLE: Does Ford Models discriminate against gay magazines? Bill Henning, editor in chief of Genre, thinks it does. The 120,000-circulation gay lifestyle title abandoned plans to feature a male Ford model on the…

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