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Beauty

Frédéric Fekkai Unveils New Beauty Brand Called Bastide

The serial entrepreneur's new beauty brand is based around the lifestyle and artisans of Provence.

clock December 2, 2016Peter Born

Fashion

Riccardo Tisci Delivers Givenchy Collection for Babies, Kids

The debut collection for fall 2017 retailing will be produced and distributed by CWF.

clock December 2, 2016Miles Socha

Business

Italy's Fashion World Stands Behind Renzi Ahead of Referendum

Uncertainty looms as Italian citizens gear up for a referendum on Dec. 4 to vote on a change in the country’s constitution.

clock December 2, 2016Luisa Zargani

Trade Battle: Industry Ups Pressure as U.S. and China Talk On

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Overview

As Chinese and U.S. diplomats worked toward an agreement on textile and apparel imports, domestic producers field more safeguard petitions.

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China's export surge is a major issue on both sides of the Pacific.

Textiles

Trade Battle: Industry Ups Pressure as U.S. and China Talk On

As Chinese and U.S. diplomats worked toward an agreement on textile and apparel imports, domestic producers field more safeguard petitions.

clock July 12, 2005Evan Clark

Christian Lacroix, flanked by Jerome and Simon Falic.

Fashion Features

Lacroix to Name New Chief Executive

Christian Lacroix’s owners said Monday they plan to name a new chief executive for the Paris-based fashion house.

clock July 12, 2005WWD Staff

Financial

Gordon Brothers Buys The Ozer Group

Gordon Brothers has acquired one of its competitors, The Ozer Group.

clock July 12, 2005Vicki M. Young

Financial

Maidenform Plans Initial Public Offering

Maidenform Brands plans to sell 10 million shares of company stock in an initial public offering that could raise up to $160 million.

clock July 12, 2005Vicki M. Young

Fashion Features

In Brief: Jones Cleans Up … Parlux Mulls Sale … Jobs Cut At Sara Lee Apparel

A brief look at some of the day’s stories.

clock July 12, 2005WWD Staff

Delphine Krakoff in custom Liz Lange with husband Reed.

People

Hampton Daze

Although the social scene in New York has slowed to a mere trickle, it was in full force in the Hamptons this past weekend.

clock July 12, 2005WWD Staff

A key fall look from Nili Lotan.

Fashion Features

Coat Firms Set Strategy

Disloyal shoppers, celebrity overload and fur’s popularity are some factors affecting the outerwear business as firms gear up for fall selling.

clock July 12, 2005Rosemary Feitelberg

A dress by Tomasz Starzewski.

Fashion Features

Tomasz’s Return

For the past five years, London ready-to-wear designer Tomasz Starzewski has been quietly rebuilding his business, and he is now ready to take a major leap: reentering the U.S. market.

clock July 12, 2005Marc Karimzadeh

Financial

Richards, Winlit Sold

G-III Apparel Group, the $240 million diversified apparel firm, has chiseled off a larger piece of the outerwear industry by acquiring two privately held coat manufacturers, Marvin Richards and Winlit.

clock July 12, 2005Rosemary Feitelberg

Textiles

Counting CAFTA Votes

The Bush administration appears to be coming up short on votes for CAFTA, as the final showdown in the House looms.

clock July 12, 2005Kristi Ellis

Textiles

The Textile States

WWD polled all 39 members from the largest textile states, including North and South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.

clock July 12, 2005WWD Staff

Loro Piana’s foil-laminated cashmere.

Textiles

Italian Mills Find Calm After Currency Storm

Italian yarn manufacturers presented new products to a more upbeat mood at the latest edition of Pitti Filati last week.

clock July 12, 2005Stephanie Epiro

Lola Coppini

Textiles

Lineapiu Celebrates 30 Years of Fashion Fabric

Lineapiu celebrated its 30th anniversary at Pitti Filati last week with an exhibition of designer garments woven with its yarns.

clock July 12, 2005Stephanie Epiro

Some of Delta Galil's RealCool Cotton products.

Textiles

Delta Galil’s ‘High-Tex’ Cotton

The company created RealCool by using nanotechnology applications, the science of making almost anything smaller, sturdier and more effective.

clock July 12, 2005Jessica Steinberg

Textiles

CITA Approves Trio for CBTPA

The goods include certain kinds of woven cotton shirts and blouses, and two types of men’s and boys’ woven cotton shirts.

clock July 12, 2005Evan Clark

DuWop Eyes, the brand's first eye colors.

Beauty Features

Beauty Beat: DuWop Unveils First Eye Color Collection … Kao Corp. Working on Deal To Acquire Molton Brown

In a step to becoming a more well-rounded color cosmetics brand, DuWop has launched its first eye color collection, DuWop Eyes.

clock July 12, 2005WWD Staff

Shots for Diesel's new ad campaign rely on the power of sexual suggestion.

Media

Diesel’s Adventures in Sex and Denim

Sexual overtones and innuendo are nothing new in product marketing, but Diesel goes out of its way in its fall ad campaign to raise eyebrows.

clock July 12, 2005Ross Tucker

Andrew Rosen

Financial

As Theory Shares Soar, Rosen Details Growth Plan

Theory, a contemporary brand that generates $300 million in wholesale volume, is making key moves to establish itself as a global player.

clock July 12, 2005Lisa Lockwood and Koji Hirano

Niki Taylor

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Cafe Society … Taylor Made … Right On Time …

Ines de la Fressange and Roger Vivier creative director Bruno Frisoni hosted a dinner during couture last week for some 20 guests.

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Ken Kolker

Retail

May Annual Marks End of an Era

An era ends Wednesday when May Department Stores Co. stages its last annual meeting here, marking the demise of a giant retailer and familiar nameplates, job cuts and relief for shareholders who get cash and stock in the acquiring Federated Department…

clock July 12, 2005David Moin

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Media

Memo Pad: Real-Ity Bites … Labor Contractions … Party Crashers …

Life’s getting more complicated for Real Simple, or at least more competitive.

clock July 12, 2005WWD Staff

A hooded duster from Double Stitch, a new participant in "Chicago Is ...Red Hot!"

Fashion Features

Chicago Merchandise Mart Out to Make StyleMax Show ‘Red Hot’

Fashion industry promoters here posed a promising question: Why not combine one of the Windy City’s top local-talent fashion shows with the city’s top women’s apparel market?

clock July 12, 2005Beth Wilson

Joshua Reynolds' "Self Portrait"

People

Spin Doctors

Joshua Reynolds and George Stubbs were two ambitious, middle-class men who relied on the passions and vanity of 18th-century England’s monied upper classes to make their fortunes.

clock July 12, 2005Samantha Conti

Lynn Collins

People

Shakespeare in Love

Lynn Collins is busy studying an astrology book in her dressing room at the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park, where she’s starring as Rosalind in the Shakespeare in the Park production of “As You Like It.”

clock July 12, 2005Elisa Lipsky-Karasz

The main room of Diablo Royale.

People

Appetite for the Devil

It seems people want their Mexican food like their fashion these days: good taste and high quality at a low cost.

clock July 12, 2005Emily Holt

Essentialist

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