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Fashion's Game of Musical Chairs Quickens in Paris

The spring shows feature debuts at four major brands, prompting reflection on the pace of designer change.

clock 12hMiles Socha

Retail

Tough Times for Neiman's as Firm Battles 'Challenges'

The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.

clock September 26, 2016David Moin

Retail

Focusing on Spring, Buyers Praise Milan's Creative Energy

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

clock 20hWWD Staff

Breaking Up Saks Inc.: Bon-Ton Buys Division But No SFA Sale Near

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Overview

After weeks and weeks of wrangling over price, Saks Inc. agreed to sell its northern department store group to Bon-Ton Stores Inc.

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Carson Pirie Scott is one of the nameplates acquired by Bon-Ton.

Financial

Breaking Up Saks Inc.: Bon-Ton Buys Division But No SFA Sale Near

After weeks and weeks of wrangling over price, Saks Inc. agreed to sell its northern department store group to Bon-Ton Stores Inc.

clock November 1, 2005David Moin

Fashion Features

U.S.-China Resume Talks

The U.S.-China textile and apparel talks are back on just weeks after they appeared to break down in Beijing.

clock November 1, 2005Kristi Ellis

Financial

Hudson’s Bay Facing Hostile Takeover Bid

The Hudson’s Bay Co., Canada’s oldest company, is facing a hostile takeover bid from American financier Jerry Zucker.

clock November 1, 2005Brian Dunn

Fashion Features

Canada Nixes Tariffs on Fabrics

The Canadian government is removing tariffs on imported fabrics that could save domestic clothing manufacturers about $25 million a year, converted from Canadian dollars.

clock November 1, 2005Brian Dunn

Fashion Features

In Brief: Hilfiger Exec Moves Up … Saudis Get WTO Nod

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

clock November 1, 2005WWD Staff

Ashley Olsen and Karl Lagerfeld

People

Fright Night

Rome was revisited Saturday night at Fendi’s 80th Anniversary All Hallow’s Eve party hosted by Karl Lagerfeld, Silvia Fendi and Fendi chief executive Michael Burke.

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Silver Jew David Berman and his wife, Cassie.

People

The Chosen One

After more than a decade of being one of music’s beloved secrets, David Berman is ready for his band, Silver Jews, to get a little more recognition.

clock November 1, 2005WWD Staff

Flower by Kenzo Oriental

Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: LVMH Spices Up Flower by Kenzo Scent … Avon Foundation Fetes 50th

There’s a new twist on the Flower by Kenzo fragrance.

clock November 1, 2005WWD Staff

Valerie Hermann

Fashion Features

Hermann Charts YSL’s Future

In her first interview since joining the Gucci Group-owned fashion house last March, Hermann revealed plans to accelerate growth in leather goods.

clock November 1, 2005Miles Socha

Kate Logan of Ooma.

Retail Features

Keeping Chain Stores at Bay in San Francisco

The dozen fashion merchants along five commercial blocks, whose merchandise ranges from high-end designer jeans to handmade crocheted shrugs, are also part of a protected enclave of small businesses.

clock November 1, 2005Joanna Ramey

Attendees browse a fabric display at the California Market Center.

Fashion Features

High Costs Force Innovation for L.A. Vendors

Textile vendors, trying to cope with escalating competition from China and high fuel prices, sought to increase business with U.S. designers and apparel manufacturers at last month’s Los Angeles International Textile Show.

clock November 1, 2005WWD Staff

Fashion Features

WTO: Global Trade to Rise 7% in ’06

Global merchandise trade is forecast to increase in volume by 7 percent in 2006, compared with this year’s projected 6.5 percent gain.

clock November 1, 2005John Zarocostas

The royal loo.

Retail Features

Barneys Regal Holiday Approach

Barneys New York has cooked up quite a royal welcome in its holiday windows.

clock November 1, 2005David Moin

Fashion Features

Debut of a Duchess

The Duchess of Cornwall is out to make a fashionable impression during her trip to the U.S. with Prince Charles.

clock November 1, 2005Samantha Conti

ck Calvin Klein

Fashion Features

Two for the Road

The ck Calvin Klein and Calvin Klein spring collections were shown here last week with an informal mix of models and mannequins.

clock November 1, 2005WWD Staff

Derek Lam

Fashion Features

Herman, Lam Awarded Dallas Fashion Awards

Stan Herman, president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, had reasons to be proud at the 30th annual Dallas Fashion Award gala here Saturday night.

clock November 1, 2005Rusty Williamson

Financial

Mossimo Inc. Postpones Share Offering

Mossimo Inc. said Monday that it agreed to delay the tender offer that would allow company founder Mossimo Giannulli to acquire all the outstanding shares he doesn’t already own.

clock November 1, 2005WWD Staff

Jessica Seinfeld, Kim France and Rebecca Shalam.

Memo Pad: Masthead Exodus … Leisurely Lunch … Misshape

Another day, another departure from Wenner Media. The latest to make the leap is Men’s Journal publisher Carlos Lamadrid, who gave notice on Monday afternoon.

clock November 1, 2005WWD Staff

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