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Muslim Fashion Industry Reacts to France's Burkini Ban

Designers, including burkini creator Aheda Zanetti, are puzzled over the recent backlash.

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Fashion

Hilfiger to Create Fashion Carnival at South Street Seaport

The designer will showcase the fall Tommy x Gigi Collection designed in collaboration with supermodel Gigi Hadid.

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Jenna Dewan Tatum Tapped as Danskin Brand Ambassador, Ad Campaign Face

Actress and dancer Jenna Dewan Tatum is Danskin's newest brand ambassador, appearing as the face — and body — of its fall ad campaign.

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Zika Fears Weigh on Miami Beach

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Cartier Sues Amazon.com Over Alleged Counterfeit Watches

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Cartier, keeping up the pressure to stop counterfeit goods from being sold on the internet, has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that Amazon.com knowingly profited from selling knockoffs of popular watches.

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Beauty Features

Annette Green Museum Heads West

NEW YORK — Packing cases and all, the Annette Green Museum is coming out of storage and heading West.

The 2,000-piece collection of fragrance-related items, which have been packed up in the Fragrance Foundation’s Manhattan…

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Beauty Features

Physicians Formula’s Full Plate

Physicians Formula, known for its problem-solution approach, is tackling a dozen more makeup woes to fix through a new slate of products.

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Beauty Features

Arden Hits High Note With Britney Spears’ Scent

NEW YORK — Elizabeth Arden’s gamble on pop diva Britney Spears, who is frequent fodder for the tabloid press these days, is paying off handsomely. The September launch of Spears’ Curious scent — billed by the company as ranking…

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Beauty Features

Critical Mass: Shoppers Grade Mass Beauty

NEW YORK — Mass market beauty departments were created to make cosmetics shopping easier — a quick pickup of a lipstick while waiting for a prescription, or an impulse purchase of a blush when buying broccoli.

That trend has slowed…

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Beauty Features

Intercoiffure’s New Style

NEW YORK — Just before a quartet of models strutted down the runway at Intercoiffure’s fall Atelier Monday afternoon, the organization’s fashion director, Frédéric Fekkai, advised an audience of salon owners to keep their…

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Beauty Features

One-Stop Beauty Spa

NEW YORK — Max Spa and Laser Center, located in New York City’s Chelsea neighborhood, wants New Yorkers to have it all. The newly opened venture, which has a decidedly organic bent, offers a wide array of services, from a basic manicure to…

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Beauty Features

CEW Honors 2004 Achievers

NEW YORK — Parents were the accessories to have at the 2004 Cosmetic Executive Women Achiever Awards luncheon on Oct. 29. Though the eight women came from various backgrounds in the cosmetics industry, nearly all of them attributed at least some…

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Four More Years of W: Editors React

NEW YORK — The reelection of President Bush had New York’s decidedly liberal editors drowning their sorrows and scurrying for adjectives severe enough to describe their pessimism over the future this week. From Graydon Carter once again…

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Fashion Features

Memo Pad: Vogue Has A Beau … Mistress of Beats, Y’all

VOGUE HAS A BEAU: And daddy makes three? Two years after the official launch of Teen Vogue, talk within Condé Nast (a unit of Advance Publications Inc., parent of WWD) this week had keepers of the Vogue brand eyeing a second extension. The…

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Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Philo’s Prize … A $300 Million “No”

PHILO’S PRIZE: Chloé’s creative director, Phoebe Philo, walked away with the British Designer of the Year Award during the British Fashion Awards 2004 at the Victoria and Albert Museum Tuesday night. “This is so…

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Beauty Features

Kamali Sells Past, Eyes Future

Norma Kamali is celebrating nearly four decades in fashion by selling her career’s wares at Resurrection shops in three cities and at Colette in Paris.

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Fashion Features

Tarrant Builds Brands With Alain Weiz

Tarrant Apparel Group has secured the U.S. licensing rights for French line Alain Weiz and is launching it exclusively at Dillard’s for spring.

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People

Suzy

The roar of New York’s library lions…Fergie does the wise thing and covers up…The women of “Oceans 12” are in a tizzy over their ranking.

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Financial

October Comps Positive Surprise

October’s strong same-store sales buoyed retailers, but analysts warned it was too early to peg them as a harbinger of robust holiday selling.

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Beauty Features

Bulgari’s New Man

NEW YORK — For its new men’s fragrance, called Aqua Pour Homme, Bulgari has added a twist — sensuality. The scent, which was unveiled in an ancient Greek theater in Sicily, could do upward of $40 million at retail. For more, see “The…

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Fashion Features

Cartier Sues Amazon.com Over Alleged Counterfeit Watches

Luxury giant Cartier named Amazon.com as a co-defendant in a case against an online retailer selling counterfeit goods in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.

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Fashion Features

Quote of the Week

“We pursued Badgley Mischka because we feel this is an amazing brand, and the more we looked at it, we just saw enormous potential to expand the product.’’

— Neil Cole, chairman and chief executive officer of Candie’s

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Financial

In Brief: Wet Seal Deal? … L.A. Sale

WET SEAL DEAL?: Ailing teen retailer The Wet Seal Inc. is considering an agreement with S.A.C. Capital Management to generate some much-needed cash. Under the agreement, S.A.C. — which already owns a 4.5 percent stake in the company…

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Financial

Sports Authority Scores New Merchant

NEW YORK — The Sports Authority has lured David Campisi from Kohl’s Corp. to be president of merchandising for the biggest U.S. sport retailer.

Campisi, 48, is the third high-level merchandise executive to leave the moderate…

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Financial

Page to Exit as Perry Ellis CFO

NEW YORK — Perry Ellis International’s chief financial officer, Timothy B. Page, has resigned and will leave the company at the end of the month.

Page has accepted a cfo position at a liquid gas transportation company based in…

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Fashion Features

Reba Hopes for Fashion Hit

NEW YORK — After Reba McEntire’s first fashion show Thursday, the singer and sitcom star had one question, “So what did you think?”

Peering over a table of five at Bruno’s, McEntire wasn’t inquiring about her…

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Beauty Features

Dior Adds Pizzazz To Counter Design

NEW YORK — Christian Dior Perfumes intends to inject some fashion zip into its U.S. makeup business.

The venerable French brand has just unveiled a sleek new counter design at Macy’s Herald Square, and at an event last week…

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Beauty Features

The New, Sexier Bulgari

TAORMINA, Sicily — Bulgari has injected sensuality into its fragrance profile.

That was definitely a factor when the company created its new men’s fragrance, called Aqua Pour Homme, that was unveiled recently on the Italian island…

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Beauty Features

Chanel Unfurls Spring Plan

NEW YORK — Chanel’s new U.S. president and chief operating officer, Maureen Chiquet, met much of the media last week for the brand’s twice-yearly product presentation, and she made it very clear at the gathering that Chanel’s…

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Beauty Features

Luxury Seen as Cure for Ailing Fragrance Market

MONACO — If a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, beauty executives are hoping a healthy dose of luxury will help heal the ailing fragrance market.

That was among topics discussed at Luxe Pack Monaco, the high-end packaging…

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Beauty Features

Lauder Names Desiree Reid Sean John GM

NEW YORK — Desiree Reid, a major force behind the rise of the Iman brand, has been named vice president and general manager for Sean John Toiletries, a division of the Estée Lauder Cos. In her new role, Reid will oversee creative and…

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Beauty Features

Salon-Quality Hair Care Steals ECRM Spotlight

Hollywood — The talk of the rescheduled ECRM Hair Care Conference held here Oct. 24-27 centered on the growing penetration of salon-quality brands in the mass retail channel.

In fact, manufacturers who attended seemed to agree that…

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Beauty Features

Pierre Cardin Targets Scent-Loving Teens

BEAUTY: Although the Pierre Cardin for Women fragrance doesn’t launch until April, the Parisian designer came to New York to get the word out.

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