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Barneys Prepared to Ride Out Storm at Perry Capital

Amid the luxury malaise, Barneys' ceo says the company is profitable and performing well.

clock 7hDavid Moin and Vicki M. Young

Retail

Thalía Teams Up With Authentic Brands Group

ABG and Thalía will expand the Latina star's brand globally.

clock 7hLisa Lockwood

Retail

Focusing on Spring, Buyers Praise Milan's Creative Energy

The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.

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Living at the Mall: Stores, Food, Movies And Residences, Too

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Developers at the International Council of Shopping Centers convention said they're looking to break out of the retail mold to lure shoppers.

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Retail Features

Living at the Mall: Stores, Food, Movies And Residences, Too

Developers at the International Council of Shopping Centers convention said they’re looking to break out of the retail mold to lure shoppers.

clock June 8, 2005David Moin

Financial

Sears Posts $9M First-Quarter Loss

Sears Holdings Corp. posted a $9 million first-quarter loss partially due to a change in accounting principles, as revenues rose to $7.6 billion.

clock June 8, 2005Vicki M. Young

Fashion Features

Cartier Wins Court Injunction

The order was in connection with a lawsuit filed in Manhattan on March 11 against Symbolix, which operates Park Cities Jewelers, its principal, Ahmed M. Saleh, and other company officers.

clock June 8, 2005Liza Casabona

Fashion Features

O Oscar to Get Better Overhaul

O Oscar, the moderate sportswear collection licensed by Oscar de la Renta to Kellwood Co., is getting better, literally.

clock June 8, 2005Julee Greenberg

Fashion Features

In Brief: Wakeley Sold … Rothschild Denied

WAKELEY SOLD: Amanda Wakeley Holdings, the London-based women’s and bridal wear label, has been purchased by the private equity investments company W Holdings for an undisclosed sum. W Holdings said it plans to turn Amanda Wakeley…

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People

Suzy

Bleach-blonde Brad Pitt is teaming with Frank Gehry to design a restaurant and penthouse in Brighton, England … Penelope yearns for motherhood.

clock June 8, 2005Aileen Mehle

Zac Posen and Sean Combs

People

Tipsy Turvy

At Monday’s CFDA Fashion Awards, the problem wasn’t the heat, it was the humorless jokes that trickled from the stage like flat tap water.

clock June 8, 2005Marc Karimzadeh and Anamaria Wilson

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Bungalow Bunch … From Stan To Diane? … Tod’s Winning Pick

BUNGALOW BUNCH: The more stalwart members of the fashion flock ducked the torrential downpour and made their way to Bungalow 8 after the CFDA Fashion Awards Monday night. Kate Moss and Daria Werbowy…

clock June 8, 2005WWD Staff

The mirrored accordion wall in the renovated design shop.

Retail Features

Holt Renfrew ‘Couture Room’ Modernizes Vintage Setting

Holt Renfrew & Co. elevated the luxury appeal at its Montreal store with a 3,000-square-foot designer department that is restrained, plush and blends a sense of the past with modernity.

clock June 8, 2005David Moin

Hilary Duff behind the scenes at the Candie's shoot.

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Duff to Sweeten Candie’s Campaign

Hilary Duff has the starring role in the fall advertising campaign for Candie’s juniors’ sportswear, which bows at Kohl’s this summer.

clock June 8, 2005Lauren DeCarlo

Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy’s Reality Check: First Take on ‘The Cut’

WWD got in on a sneak peek of the first hour of the 90-minute premiere episode, airing Thursday at 8 p.m. on CBS.

clock June 8, 2005Julee Greenberg

Le Chateau's 34th Street location in Manhattan.

Retail Features

Le Chateau Speeds Up Fashion

The 46-year-old chain of Le Chateau stores is starting to act its age by graduating from the teen market to the midrange women’s segment.

clock June 8, 2005Brian Dunn

Susan Bristol began its business with embellished knitwear.

Fashion Features

Boston’s Susan Bristol Branches Out

After 35 years in business, Susan Bristol is ready to shake things up.

clock June 8, 2005Julee Greenberg

Ferre's new women's scent.

Beauty Features

Beauty Beat: ICR Turns 30 With New Ferre Scent

LODI, Italy — Turning 30 can be tough — just ask any carefree twentysomething. But for Roberto Martone, president of fragrance manufacturer and marketer ICR-ITF, it’s an occasion to celebrate.

He recently feted his company’s three…

clock June 8, 2005Stephanie Epiro

Textiles

Congress Could Use China As Leverage in CAFTA Vote

The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee said Congress might need to play the China card to get enough votes to pass the Central American Free Trade Agreement.

clock June 8, 2005Kristi Ellis

Lindsay Page, finance director of Ted Baker; Laura and John Pomerantz. and Abbey Doneger.

Fashion Features

Not Your Everyday Potluck Dinner

Dozens of celebrity chefs and rising stars prepared some of their favorite dishes Monday night at the 20th annual chefs’ tribute to City-Meals-on-Wheels, which raised more than $1 million for the charity.

clock June 8, 2005Lisa Lockwood

Textiles

EU Study: Euro, Tariffs Hinder Exports

The challenges are most acute in China, India, Mexico, Brazil and Argentina.

clock June 8, 2005John Zarocostas

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Today's Must Read

Anthony Vaccarello's debut at Saint Laurent will surely be received as either "love it" or "hate it" — with virtually no middle-ground reactions. Same case for the dramatic ear jewelry on several models: the first, an ear climber (why didn't they think of that before?) and the next, below-the-shoulder-grazing fringe earrings, shown here in red popping against a teal one-shoulder dress. While leather goods are strong for the house, the designer kept things simple with the shoes — and showed nary a bag. It will be interesting to see where the designer takes those categories.
— Roxanne Robinson

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Saint Laurent RTW Spring 2017

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