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Hong Kong Loses Ralph Lauren Flagship, Braces for More Closures

Ralph Lauren quietly shuttered its two-year-old 20,000-square-foot store last week. Other brands are expected to close boutiques in a city that has lost its luster for cash-rich mainland Chinese tourists.

clock December 9, 2016Amanda Kaiser and Tiffany Ap

Beauty

WWD Beauty Inc Honors the Industry’s Best for 2016

The 15th-annual awards ceremony recognized the accomplishments of a cross section of beauty executives.

clock December 8, 2016Layla Ilchi

Business

Michael Jordan Wins Trademark Case in China

The decision could be a landmark ruling for Western brands in China.

clock December 8, 2016Nyima Pratten

American Eagle Evolves: Retailer Unveils Concept For Post-College Crowd

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Overview

American Eagle Outfitters is launching a new brand called Martin + Osa, aimed at the 25- to 40-year-old crowd. The brand will focus on classic, denim and active-outdoor sportswear, and is to launch in fall 2006 with five stores.

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Ken Pilot, Martin + Osa president, Michele Martin, vice president of women's design and Charles Martin, vice president of men's design.

Retail

American Eagle Evolves: Retailer Unveils Concept For Post-College Crowd

American Eagle Outfitters is launching a new brand called Martin + Osa, aimed at the 25- to 40-year-old crowd.

clock October 20, 2005Michelle Tyree

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Retail

Retailers in Search of Sales With Spin-offs

American Eagle Outfitters’ specialty spin-off is the latest in a wave of new concept launches by retailers that want to extend their customer reach and pull market share from department stores and national chains.

clock October 20, 2005Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Fashion Features

In Brief: Sears Exec Moves

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

clock October 20, 2005WWD Staff

Joan Kaner

Fashion Features

Neiman Marcus’ Kaner to Retire

Neiman Marcus’ vice president and fashion director, Joan Kaner, is retiring after 16 years in the job and 38 in the industry.

clock October 20, 2005Sharon Edelson

Heather Mnuchin

People

The Blue Period

At the Whitney Gala on Tuesday night, this year celebrating a project by Richard Tuttle, the invitation called for women to wear PMS Blue 630 (that’s Pantone Matching System blue number 630, in case you didn’t get it).

clock October 20, 2005WWD Staff

"Spring in a Small Town," 1948.

People

China Syndrome

Given the renaissance of Asian film in the U.S. recently, it’s no surprise Prada is right on trend.

clock October 20, 2005Emily Holt

Pegah Anvarian

Fashion Features

Easy Riders – Pegah Anvarian, Juan Carlos Obando, Chan Luu

Los Angeles designers preferred casual chic for spring, playing up simple, wearable shapes, occasionally adorned with luxurious details.

clock October 20, 2005WWD Staff

Rachel Zoe Rosenzweig and Nicole Richie

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Model Behavior … Look, Up On The Runway … Tokidoki Makes An Impression

Karen Zembos has become every Hollywood “It” girl’s go-to indie designer, and it doesn’t hurt that she manages every “It” girl’s go-to shop, Tracey Ross.

clock October 20, 2005WWD Staff

Erik Hart

Fashion Features

Talkin’ ‘Bout Morphine Generation

Eric Hart, a Los Angeles rocker is expanding his indie label Morphine Generation with swimwear, denim, jewelry and tailored pieces.

clock October 20, 2005Rose Apodaca

The Black Chandelier shop in Trolley Square in Salt Lake City.

Fashion Features

Solid Gold

It’s been two years since Jared Gold surprised the fashion community here by packing up his kooky Victorian carousel world and moving to Salt Lake City.

clock October 20, 2005Rose Apodaca

A look from Jainesse.

Fashion Features

Denim Dish: Waist Not, Want Not … PZI Gives Curves a Southern Touch … Swift Galey Signs China Partner …

Jainesse offers a high-waisted alternative … Walter launches jeans to go under its blazers … PZI Denim aims to serve women with curves.

clock October 20, 2005WWD Staff

Dominique Dawes and LL Cool J

Fashion Features

Athletes Praise Wie Deal at WSF Gala

With her multimillion-dollar sponsorship deals, teen golf prodigy Michelle Wie is raising the bar for all women in sports.

clock October 20, 2005Melanie Kletter

A spring look from Le Coq Sportif.

Fashion Features

Le Coq Sportif Stages Comeback in N.A.

Now under new leadership in the U.S., sport brand Le Coq Sportif is getting back into apparel in the American market for spring with a selection of performance and lifestyle offerings.

clock October 20, 2005Melanie Kletter

Warren Buffett

Media

Memo Pad: Mo’ Millions … Online Identity Theft … Firstview Gets Last Word

What’s another few million when you’ve already got $40 billion in the bank?

clock October 20, 2005WWD Staff

Paul Pressler

Financial

Analysts Question Pressler’s Leadership

Two recent research reports took a bearish turn on Gap Inc. by questioning the leadership skills of the retailer’s president and chief executive officer, Paul Pressler.

clock October 20, 2005Meredith Derby

What Comes Around Goes Around's linen hoodie worn with vintage denim skirt and leather belt.

Retail

Something Old, Something New

If you ever find yourself in What Comes Around Goes Around’s new 36th Street showroom, be sure to ask about the wood beams that accent the walls of the 4,000-square-foot space.

clock October 20, 2005Venessa Lau

The satin-based line allows the customer to mix and match colors.

Retail

Ann Taylor Dresses Up Its Offerings

Ann Taylor has a reason to celebrate.

clock October 20, 2005Julee Greenberg

Financial

Film Chronicles Life ‘After Innocence’

One of the exonerated in attendance, Vincent Moto, created the soundtrack for the film.

clock October 20, 2005Lauren DeCarlo

Fashion Features

G20 Group Gets Behind African Cotton Nations

The G20 countries will support West African nations in their efforts to secure a fast-track deal on cotton at the Hong Kong trade summit.

clock October 20, 2005John Zarocostas

Financial

Fed: Consumers Still Active

Even with higher fuel prices and two devastating hurricanes, retail sales picked up and general economic activity quickened across most of the U.S. in September and early October.

clock October 20, 2005Evan Clark

Simon de Pury

Fashion Features

Phillips de Pury Gets Fashionable

Art and auction house Phillips de Pury & Co. is turning to fashion.

clock October 20, 2005Marc Karimzadeh

L'Artisan's new shop at Henri Bendel.

Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: L’Artisan Opens Shop at Bendel … Mandarina Duck Spreads Wings … Serges Bensimon Sets Colognes

Henri Bendel and L’Artisan Parfumeur have reunited after a hiatus of five years.

clock October 20, 2005WWD Staff

Financial

Corporate Leaders Launch Domestic Violence Initiative

At Bobby Flay’s new restaurant here, Bar Americain, corporate leaders gathered on Wednesday morning to address the topic of domestic violence.

clock October 20, 2005Julee Greenberg

Dolce & Gabbana

Fashion Features

Measuring Milan

Milan’s top spring collections based on the number of Style.com page views during the first 12 days they were posted online.

clock October 20, 2005Cecily Hall

Essentialist

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Sen. Charles Schumer at podium with Leo Gerard of United Steelworkers.

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clock December 8, 2016Kristi Ellis

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