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Rick Owens’ Concrete Castle in SoHo

His new New York store is on the corner of Howard Street and Crosby Street in SoHo.

clock 14hJessica Iredale


French Court Rules Against Burkini Ban

The decision could set a precedent and topple other beach bans that have caused an international furor.

clock 8hMiles Socha


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

Versace’s Latest Plan: U.S., Accessories Keys To Breaking Even in ’07

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Versace chief executive officer Giancarlo Di Risio said losses widened and revenue dropped in 2004, but predicted the firm would break even in 2007.

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MADRID — Like the Phoenix rising from the ashes, Museo Chicote, one of Madrid’s oldest cocktail bars, has shed its stodginess and morphed into the Spanish capital’s fave watering hole for fashionistas…

clock May 25, 2005WWD Staff

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Pushing Paris

Organizers are putting the French capital’s fashion reputation to the forefront in an effort to promote its trade shows.

clock May 25, 2005Robert Murphy

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Balancing Act

Organizers strive to bring continuity matched with innovation to the German trade fair market.

clock May 25, 2005Melissa Drier


Pulling It Together

As several Italian textile shows unite under one name, others go it alone to fill a niche.

clock May 25, 2005Amanda Kaiser

Fashion Features

Mixing It Up

Britain’s trade shows are using smaller brands to attract independent retailers in search of unusual merchandise.

clock May 25, 2005Nina Jones

Fashion Features

International Relations

The arrival of a German trade fair on Spanish soil has local organizers on high alert.

clock May 25, 2005Barbara Barker

Fashion Features

A New Image

Turkish trade fairs highlight the country’s focus on quality and design.

clock May 25, 2005Suna Erdem

Fashion Features

The Orient Express

As the Chinese market continues to gather steam, trade show organizers prepare to ride it to success.

clock May 25, 2005Vicki Rothrock


A New Relevance

Despite problematic timing, Japanese trade show organizers are working to prove their pertinence.

clock May 25, 2005Koji Hirano

Fashion Features

Making a Trade

With a renewed focus on boosting apparel exports, organizers look to lure international buyers to Aussie and Kiwi events.

clock May 25, 2005Patty Huntington

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Going Global

Brazilian trade fairs are looking to buyers from abroad.

clock May 25, 2005Michael Kepp

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Steady as She Goes

Canadian trade fair organizers maintain an even keel while searching out opportunities for sustainable growth.

clock May 25, 2005Brian Dunn

Fashion Features

International Trade Show Calendar

All international phone numbers may be dialed from the U.S. with the prefix of 011 and the number as listed.

clock May 25, 2005WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Versace’s Latest Plan: U.S., Accessories Keys To Breaking Even in ’07

Versace chief executive officer Giancarlo Di Risio said losses widened and revenue dropped in 2004, but predicted the firm would break even in 2007.

clock May 25, 2005Amanda Kaiser

Fashion Features

Second Palazzo Resort to Open in Dubai

Versace plans to open its second Palazzo Versace Resort, in Dubai, in 2008.

clock May 25, 2005Luisa Zargani

Retail Features

Calvin Licenses CK to Fingen Unit

The company said Tuesday that it has signed a licensing deal with an affiliate of Italian manufacturer Fingen SpA to reintroduce CK Calvin Klein apparel and accessories in Europe and the Middle East. Starting next spring.

clock May 25, 2005Marc Karimzadeh

Fashion Features

In Brief: Still Struggling … Hats Off At Kellwood … Shareholder Date Set

STILL STRUGGLING: Marks & Spencer Group plc’s profits rose 6.3 percent to $1.08 billion, or 587 million pounds, from $934.5 million, or 552.3 million pounds, in the fiscal year ended April 2, due exclusively to exceptional items….

clock May 25, 2005WWD Staff


Meredith Acquires G+J Titles

After a trying few years, Bertelsmann is ending its presence in the U.S.

clock May 25, 2005Jeff Bercovici

Fashion Features

Menichetti Said Out As Celine Designer

It looks like the love affair didn’t last.

clock May 25, 2005WWD Staff

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Macy’s East Tries to Put Best Fashion Foot Forward

Macy’s East is making moves to elevate its fashion profile, the latest being the chain’s first full-fledged fashion preview at the Herald Square flagship.

clock May 25, 2005David Moin


Burberry Earnings Leap 18.2%

Burberry’s eye on the bottom line paid off, with profits rising 18 percent to $203 million for the year due to cost and price controls and sourcing gains.

clock May 25, 2005Samantha Conti

Fashion Features

Prada Shows ‘Waist’ in China

Can a skirt be installation art? Prada’s traveling exhibition “Waist Down” posits that it can.

clock May 25, 2005Lisa Movius

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Fashion Scoops: Hats Off … Animal House … Scaasi To Set Sail

HATS OFF: Designers and creative types alike took part in the fourth annual “Tulips and Pansies — The Headdress Affair” on Monday night at Bridgewaters, a venue in New York’s South Street Seaport. Famed performance artist and…

clock May 25, 2005WWD Staff

Retail Features

Multichannel Strategy Seen as Sales Jolt

Multichannel merchants are tapping the stores, catalogues and Internet to improve market share, strengthen fashion and boost profits.

clock May 25, 2005Rusty Williamson

Beauty Features

Beauty Beat: Beauty Returns to Its Roots

NEW YORK — Aveda, Wharton Business School’s Net Impact Club and indigenous leaders gathered at the United Nations last Wednesday to discuss future models for business partnerships. The goal of the summit was to spark dialogue on how to best…

clock May 25, 2005Molly Prior and Pete Born


House Caucus Hears CAFTA Issues

The House Textile Caucus, facing a divided constituency, held a debate Tuesday on CAFTA to help decide which way its members should vote.

clock May 25, 2005Kristi Ellis

Fashion Features

AAFA Holds Image Awards

The gala, hosted by Christie Brinkley, benefited the Alzheimer’s Association, an organization that Khan has dedicated her life to since her mother, Rita Hayworth, died of the disease in 1987.

clock May 25, 2005Julee Greenberg

Fashion Features

Tory by TRB Opens in Los Angeles

Tory Burch didn’t let a little thing like a missing door stop the opening of her Tory by TRB store on Robertson Boulevard here.

clock May 25, 2005Michelle Tyree


Nordstrom Announces Stock Split

The announcement came during the annual shareholders meeting at the downtown flagship here and after Nordstrom last week reported that first-quarter income climbed 52 percent to $104.5 million, or 75 cents a diluted share, compared with 48 cents a…

clock May 25, 2005Joanna Ramey


Dillard’s Net Falls 29.4%

Higher markdown activity and softer sales deeply cut into the bottom line at Dillard’s Inc.

clock May 25, 2005Vicki M. Young

Retail Features

Retailers Seek Magic From Disneyland’s 50th

Disneyland is celebrating its 50th and retailers hope some magical Disney dust rubs off on them as it has for generations of Americans.

clock May 25, 2005Nola Sarkisian-Miller and Michelle Tyree

Fashion Features

Galanos and Fashion Friends Go to Bat for Charities

A retrospective of 15 Galanos gowns and eveningwear looks selected by the designer were on display, giving guests a visual timeline of his 50-year career.

clock May 25, 2005Melissa Magsaysay


Perry Ellis Profits Jump 8.4% in Qtr.

Driven by robust top-line growth, Perry Ellis International Inc. on Tuesday posted strong first-quarter profits.

clock May 25, 2005Vicki M. Young


Richest Nations Growing at Slower Rate

Projected economic growth in the world’s top industrialized countries in 2005 has been revised to 2.6 percent from 2.9 percent, an OECD report said.

clock May 25, 2005John Zarocostas

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