Sporty, masculine-feminine looks; bright, brash clothes reminiscent of the Greed Decade, and chic tailored pieces all played important roles in the spring shows.
Certain designers favored romantic, even rose-covered pieces, while others transmitted racier messages with stripped-down, Eighties-style looks or souped-up, sci-fi styles.
Some designers surprised their audiences this season by doing everything from using a cast of Fellini-esque models to showing uncharacteristically subdued looks.
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There were good-looking clothes to suit a variety of real-world needs on the spring runways, ranging from pretty Empire dresses to cool skinny knits.
Tiffany & Co. feted one of its star designers, Paloma Picasso, on her 25 years with the company on Thursday night.
Anthropologie Inc. and U.O.D. Inc., subsidiaries of Urban Outfitters Inc., filed a lawsuit here against Wal-Mart Stores Inc. for allegedly infringing on its fabric designs as well as for unfair business practices.
The Limited Brand’s Bath & Body Works division assembled beauty’s version of a dream team to launch the C.O. Bigelow unit in Copley Place mall downtown here.
Lawrence E. Heller, the former president and chief executive officer of Carleton Woolen Mills, died Oct. 1 at a hospital near his home in Langhorne, Pa.