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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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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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Brunello Cucinelli’s Fall 2016 Collection Stolen

The menswear line had been deducted from the brand’s Milanese showroom.

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Smashing Stereotypes: Lingerie Brands Chase Ethnic Markets

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The potential of the $12.4 billion ethnic market has lingerie firms scrambling to take advantage of the growing opportunity.

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Winning Stripes

Designers are taking a sophisticated but relaxed approach to resort, with looks ideal for sailing the Mediterranean or lounging around Palm Beach.

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Smashing Stereotypes: Lingerie Brands Chase Ethnic Markets

The potential of the $12.4 billion ethnic market has lingerie firms scrambling to take advantage of the growing opportunity.

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Financial

Strong Sales Propel Inditex in 1st Qtr.

Inditex Group, the Spanish operator of the Zara, Bershka and Oysho stores, saw first-quarter profits expand 20 percent.

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Chinese Executives Denied Visas

NEW YORK — Chinese officials organizing a trade show to be held here this week said Friday that U.S. consular officials in China denied visas to half the 420 executives who applied to exhibit at their event.

As a result, only 160…

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Coming This Week

Monday: The Commerce Department reports on imports for April and retail sales for May.
Quicksilver reports on second-quarter sales and earnings.

Tuesday: Year 2004 China Textiles & Apparel Show, New York (through…

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Corrections

The photograph on page 42 in the Friday issue of WWD Beauty Biz was taken by Walter Bibikow/Getty Images. This information was inadvertently omitted.

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Dana Classic Fragrances will launch Vetiver and Musk, two…

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Bottega Veneta’s German Push

Italian luxury firm Bottega Veneta is expanding in Germany, with a new store in Hamburg that followed units in Berlin and Munich.

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Boss to Relaunch Bags

NEW YORK — Hugo Boss wants in on the accessories action.

In an effort to bolster its fast-growing Boss Woman business, the firm is relaunching its women’s accessories for fall 2005. The company bought back the licenses for shoes and…

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A Sense of Gioia Spreads on 57th Street

NEW YORK — David and Rafaela Amini are used to finding the world’s most exquisite gems, so when it came to selecting a new home for their jewelry collection, Gioia, the father-and-daughter team made no compromises.

Last Wednesday,…

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Bulgari’s Diamond Night

NEW YORK — Bulgari had what everybody needed on a sweltering night last Wednesday — ice.

To launch the brand’s new diamond jewelry collection, Bulgari co-hosted a party with the Friends of New Yorkers for Children. Jennifer…

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In Brief: Score One for Armani …

SCORE ONE FOR ARMANI: Giorgio Armani is lending a helping hand to sports, saving an historical and successful Milanese basketball team, the Olympia Basket, from folding for lack of funds. The designer will invest $3.7 million, or 3 million…

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Trucking Costs Rise

While retailers fret over the effects high fuel prices are having on spending, shippers said the impact on transportation costs may already be showing.

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Panel: Better Retailing

NEW YORK — Offering trend-right apparel with superior customer service while understanding — and accepting — that a retailer’s core customer base also frequently shops at Wal-Mart, was some of the advice offered by a roundtable…

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May Co. Deal Triggers Rally

NEW YORK — The WWD Composite Stock Index advanced a healthy 1.25 percent last week to 111.6 from 110.22, boosted in part by a rally in Dillard’s Inc.’s stock on speculation that Federated Department Stores Inc.

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Specialty Retailers Lead Power Surge

WWD’s Power Rankings are broken up into the specialty and broadlines channels and represent the average of eight subsidiary five-year averages.

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Beauty Beat: Makeup, Music Mesh With PersoNatalie … Face of Almay Honored … Hain Celestial Acquisition …

Makeup, Music Mesh With PersoNatalie

NEW YORK — PersoNatalie, a new line of lip glosses, has found a way to marry makeup with music.

Founders Natalie Bonelli, a makeup artist and singer/songwriter, and Nancy Forman, a…

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Morgan Stanley Files LVMH Appeal

PARIS — Morgan Stanley has officially commenced round two in its fight with LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton. On Friday, the investment firm officially filed its appeal of a Jan. 12 commercial court ruling here that found it guilty of…

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Europe Watch: Swiss Miss … Cavalli’s Boo-Boo … Takeover Talk …

SWISS MISS: Akris, the Swiss maker of luxury ready-to-wear, plans to christen its third German boutique this fall when it opens a 4,300-square-foot unit in Hamburg at 39 Neuer Wall, often dubbed the Madison Avenue of that city. Akris, which has…

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Obituary: Jerome Loeb, 63, May Dept. Stores

NEW YORK — Jerome T. Loeb, a 37-year veteran of The May Department Stores Co. and former chairman of the board, died last week. He was 63.

“Jerry Loeb was a special person and a remarkable man. He was an outstanding businessman,…

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Plotting a Path in Uncertain Times

The IAF World Apparel Convention focused on the complexities and uncertainties of a new trade game next year when quotas are eliminated.

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Fashion Scoops: Growth Spurt … Heading East … Vested Interests …

GROWTH SPURT: Marvin Traub is hunting for office space for his own namesake consulting firm, but, contrary to rumor, he’s not splitting from Gilbert W. Harrison and the Financo investment banking firm. Traub, according to both…

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Findings: Right Timing … Kangol Hops Downtown … Family Matters …

RIGHT TIMING: The Bongo brand, a division of Candie’s Inc., has entered a licensing deal with Accutime Watch Corp. to produce a line of watches to debut for spring 2005. The collection of interchangeable leather cuff bands in polkadots,…

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Obituary: Egon von Furstenberg, Prince of Fashion, 57

Egon von Furstenberg, a man of many personas, from Prince Charming to playboy, died on Friday in a hospital in Rome at the age of 57.

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