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Matteo Renzi's Resignation Fails to Rattle Europe

Analysts brushed off consequences of Renzi's resignation on luxury.

clock 4hLuisa Zargani

Men's

Martin Greenfield Files Lawsuit Against Brooks Brothers

The tailor is seeking $1.9 million in damages, according to his attorney.

clock 12hJean E. Palmieri

Fashion

BFC, Google Team on Digital Fashion Educational Platform

The British Fashion Council has teamed with Google Arts & Culture on a digital educational platform to launch ahead of the Fashion Awards.

clock 23hLorelei Marfil

Hopping to a New Beat: P. Diddy Enters Women’s Via Sean by Sean Combs

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Overview

Sean Combs' highly anticipated women's collection has arrived, with a name reflecting the designer's more personal side: Sean by Sean Combs.

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Sean Combs at his Manhattan home on Wednesday.

Fashion Features

Hopping to a New Beat: P. Diddy Enters Women’s Via Sean by Sean Combs

Sean Combs’ highly anticipated women’s collection has arrived, with a name reflecting the designer’s more personal side: Sean by Sean Combs.

clock June 2, 2005Lauren DeCarlo

Retail

In Brief: New Fashion Week … Wal-Mart Challenge … Ebay Goes Shopping

NEW FASHION WEEK: Japan’s fashion industry plans to launch a Tokyo Fashion Week this fall to better promote Japanese brands worldwide. The week will be supported by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. The original Tokyo…

clock June 2, 2005WWD Staff

Financial

Neiman’s Rolls On: Income Up 15.9%

The Neiman Marcus Group’s third-quarter results got a big boost from full-price selling, while showing that the luxury sector is still red hot.

clock June 2, 2005Vicki M. Young

Uma Thurman's sultry look in Louis Vuitton's fall campaign.

Fashion Features

Uma Returns for Vuitton

It looks like Uma Thurman’s relationship with Louis Vuitton is getting even more serious.

clock June 2, 2005Miles Socha

David Beckham in the SoHo Adidas store.

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Book Drive … Sell It Like Beckham … Sharp Dressed Man

BOOK DRIVE: Putting books in the window of a fashion boutique is nothing new in Paris’ Saint Germain district, given its glorious literary roots. Still, some eyebrows were raised this week at the sight of copies of “Front Row,” the…

clock June 2, 2005WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Hilfiger Drumming Up Buzz

Just one more week, and Tommy Hilfiger will be a reality TV star.

clock June 2, 2005Julee Greenberg

Mario Sorrenti with his son Arsun.

People

Beach Boys

A veritable slew of bigwigs tore themselves away from their cedar-shingled manses Saturday night and helped kick off the Hamptons social season at a party for Kelly Klein’s newest photography tome, “Emotion.”

clock June 2, 2005WWD Staff

Buffy Cafritz and Deeda Blair

People

Safra’s Choice

Some 250 people celebrated the opening of the Edmond J. Safra Lodge at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md.

clock June 2, 2005WWD Staff

Art Deco images from the book.

People

Memory Lane

Reading Umberto Eco’s latest novel, “The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana,” is like being submerged in a vast sea of cultural references, philosophical musings and literary witticisms.

clock June 2, 2005Vanessa Lawrence

Raven Denim pairs tailored styles with vintage washes.

Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Peace Through Embroidery … Cygne Designs in Deal With Commerce Clothing … The Smashbox Factor …

Smashbox Studios becomes a jeans “Factor” … Peace for People turns to embroidery for something special … Raven stays tailored and sexy.

clock June 2, 2005WWD Staff

A Prana performance top.

Fashion Features

Prana Adds Fashion to Function

Prana, a fast-growing maker of technical yoga and rock-climbing apparel, has been adding more fashion-forward items to its offerings, and fall marks its most significant lifestyle collection yet.

clock June 2, 2005Marianne Hayes

Shelley Marks is the new president at Marika Group.

Fashion Features

Active Firms Make Executive Shifts

Change is in the air in activewear, with Marika Group, Under Armour and Nike’s Exeter Brands Group all making key appointments.

clock June 2, 2005Melanie Kletter

Malia Mills' new store.

Retail

Sidelines: Horsing Around … Malia Mills Expands … Hurley Steps Up

HORSING AROUND: Off-Track Betting isn’t usually associated with designer fashions. But in a quest to freshen its image and reach a younger audience, OTB is hosting its first equestrian-themed fashion show at 7 p.m. next Tuesday, days…

clock June 2, 2005WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Getaway America

U.S. destinations travelers would most like to visit this summer.

clock June 2, 2005Cecily Hall

Financial

Report: West Coast Ports Overburdened With Goods

U.S. ports, railroads and highways are ill-equipped to handle increasing demand to transport goods arriving at West Coast ports, a new report said.

clock June 2, 2005Joanna Ramey

Beauty Features

Beauty Beat: Shiseido Said Closing Marais Collection

Shiseido has pulled the plug on its Stephane Marais beauty line, it was learned.

clock June 2, 2005Jennifer Weil

A look from Cardinali.

Fashion Features

Cardinali Then and Now

The clothes Marilyn Lewis designed under the Cardinali label resonated among the 400-plus fans at a benefit luncheon here last month.

clock June 2, 2005Rose Apodaca

Fashion Features

Kenzo, LVMH Reach Deal

Designer Kenzo Takada reached an 11th-hour, out-of-court settlement Wednesday with LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton in connection with a dispute over the rights to the use of the Kenzo Takada name.

clock June 2, 2005Emilie Marsh

Financial

Gottschalks Narrows Loss

Gottschalks Inc. trimmed its loss in the first quarter in the face of a tougher year-over-year sales comparison.

clock June 2, 2005Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Retail

Dillard’s Suit Alleges Racial Discrimination

The lawsuit, filed by Debbie Deavers Sturvisant in a federal district court in Birmingham, Ala., seeks class-action status.

clock June 2, 2005Vicki M. Young

Retail

Merchandising in Focus at Retail Systems

Merchandising and allocation systems were top of mind for many retailers and exhibitors attending Retail Systems in Chicago last week.

clock June 2, 2005Denise Power and Cate T. Corcoran

Fashion Features

A Feminine Air

Miuccia Prada is a romantic at heart, and for cruise, the designer revised feminine elements that have become house staples.

clock June 2, 2005WWD Staff

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