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Beauty

Elf Cosmetics Files for IPO

The mass-market beauty company had $96.8 million in sales for the first half of 2016.

clock August 26, 2016Allison Collins

Fashion

Burkini Ban Rejected by French High Court

Rights groups applaud the decision as a victory for individual and religious freedom.

clock August 26, 2016Miles Socha

Beauty

Stash SJP Brings Edge to Celeb Scent Game

SJP's unexpected strategy to face celeb fragrance fallout.

clock August 26, 2016Rachel Strugatz

Saris and Louis Vuitton: Luxury Brands Eyeing India for Future Growth

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Overview

India is considered "the next China" for luxury goods growth and the next few years should bring a rush of brands hoping to establish themselves.

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Fashion Features

Talented Nations

The 10 most creative countries, ranked by the Global Creativity Index.

clock May 5, 2005Cecily Hall

Fashion Features

Saris and Louis Vuitton: Luxury Brands Eyeing India for Future Growth

India is considered “the next China” for luxury goods growth and the next few years should bring a rush of brands hoping to establish themselves.

clock May 5, 2005Betsy Lowther

Fashion Features

In Brief: Escada Hire … Factoring In Atlanta … Surf and Turf …

ESCADA HIRE: Cynthia Srednicki has been named director of public relations at Escada USA. She succeeds Laura Henson, who left the firm. Most recently, Srednicki was the owner of Vision PR, which represented clients such as Silhouette…

clock May 5, 2005WWD Staff

Financial

Prada Says Sander in Red, Considering Lang Sale

Jil Sander saw double-digit sales growth, but stayed in the red for 2004 as its parent, Prada Holding, ponders the sale of its Helmut Lang unit.

clock May 5, 2005Amanda Kaiser

Financial

Chertoff Vows to Fill Customs Posts

Two years after Congress funded Customs to hire 72 textile specialists and investigators, the agency has finally put out the “help wanted” sign.

clock May 5, 2005Kristi Ellis

Financial

European Sales Boost Guess

Strong demand for accessories and denim in Europe drove an eye-popping 980 percent surge in first-quarter profits and a 40.6 percent jump in revenues at Guess Inc.

clock May 5, 2005Meredith Derby

People

Nielsen’s Rating

There’s something about Connie Nielsen’s austere Scandinavian beauty and cool self-possession that doesn’t lend itself to playing comic heroines or witless bimbos.

clock May 5, 2005Anamaria Wilson

People

Party Chips

A plethora of rockers, randy actors and the women who love them descended upon Sin City last weekend to help Peter Morton fete the 10th anniversary of his Hard Rock Hotel and Casino.

clock May 5, 2005Marcy Medina

People

Mixed Repertoire

At American Ballet Theater’s One Night Only gala last Thursday, the mostly teenaged company performed to Tchaikovsky in tutus and tights, then changed into their party clothes — which ranged from miniskirts to Uggs — to boogie down to salsa and hip-hop.

clock May 5, 2005WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Double D Broadens Range

Known for fashion inspired by Western heritage, Double D Ranch has evolved to offer embellished styles that seem more suitable for rock stars than cowgirls.

clock May 5, 2005Holly Haber

Fashion Features

Knitted Bliss

Newlyweds Amy Krofchick and Brett Perkins talk about life together and the fall launch of their new knitwear line, Amo & Bretti.

clock May 5, 2005WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Seven Tackles Fakes

Seven For All Mankind has the ultimate proof of its popularity–a counterfeit problem.

clock May 5, 2005Ross Tucker

Retail Features

Denim Dish: Tag Wants to Be ‘It’ … Levi’s Goes to La-La Land With Showroom … Lee Jeans Goes Online

Levi’s in La-La Land … Lee goes online.

clock May 5, 2005WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Intermezzo Reels Them In at the Piers

Contemporary and denim companies had a strong showing at the Intermezzo Collections, using the show to highlight additions to their lines.

clock May 5, 2005Lauren DeCarlo

Fashion Features

Artistry Shines at Atelier Designers

The May installment of the Atelier Designers trade show is a smaller event than the September and February segments, though 31 vendors showed their fall and holiday 2005 wares to buyers.

clock May 5, 2005Lauren DeCarlo

Fashion Features

Nouveau Collective Gets A Nouvelle Adresse

Nouveau Collective has changed addresses, and vendors and buyers enjoyed the new scenery.

clock May 5, 2005Lauren DeCarlo

Retail Features

Spring Roll in Activewear

Spring has reached full blossom in the activewear field and stores are seeing brisk sales of fashion-oriented performance merchandise.

clock May 5, 2005Melanie Kletter

Retail Features

KangaRoos Jumps Into Apparel

Following up on its revival in footwear, KangaRoos is hopping into apparel with its first line for young women set to launch at retail this fall.

clock May 5, 2005Melanie Kletter

Retail Features

Nike Ends Sears Footwear Deal

Nike’s decision to stop selling its footwear and socks in Sears Holding Corp. was attributed to “the regular course of brand management” according to a company spokeswoman Wednesday.

clock May 5, 2005WWD Staff

Beauty Features

Beauty Beat: Arden Teams With Allergan, Sets 2nd Spears Scent

Elizabeth Arden, Inc. said Wednesday that it has entered into a co-marketing agreement with specialty pharmaceutical firm Allergan, that it will do a second Britney Spears scent, and released third-quarter earnings.

clock May 5, 2005Julie Naughton and Amy S. Choi

Fashion Features

Celebs Sound Off at Candie’s Event

A fund-raiser to help prevent teenage pregnancy is bound to be a little controversial, and guests at Candie’s “Event to Prevent” Tuesday night did not disappoint.

clock May 5, 2005Rosemary Feitelberg

Fashion Features

Creativity: The Next Economic Indicator?

Whether creativity can have an impact on a country’s economic outlook is becoming a matter of fast debate.

clock May 5, 2005WWD Staff

Textiles

House Group Assails CAFTA Labor Provisions

Those opposed to CAFTA are stating their case as the President gets ready to send the agreement to Congress for approval.

clock May 5, 2005Kristi Ellis

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Knitted Moves … Long Live The Queen … Coco Loco

KNITTED MOVES: Designer Fabio Piras apparently is headed to Malo, the knitwear company owned by IT Holding that is looking to round out its tried-and-true array of fluffy, colorful and luxurious sweaters with more…

clock May 5, 2005WWD Staff

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