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Starbucks' Schultz Sees Sweeping Retail Consolidation

As U.S. retailing consolidates, Starbucks sees adding 12,000 stores worldwide through 2021.

clock 22hDavid Moin and Evan Clark


Jewelry Brand Kendra Scott Puts Stake on the Block

The Austin, Tex.-based jeweler could be valued at $1 billion or higher in the Jefferies-run process.

clock 18hEvan Clark


Hear J. Crew's Mickey Drexler Getting Succession-Minded

J. Crew Group is working to improve its business and moving to create a succession plan.

clock December 7, 2016David Moin

The Strike That Could Kill Christmas

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The stakes were high for the city's retailing industry, particularly major department stores such as Macy's and Saks, in a holiday season that has been marked by ups and downs as retailers aim for same-store sales increases of 4 to 6 percent.

From This Issue

A look from the fall Calvin Klein jeans campaign.

Fashion Features

Warnaco Buys Calvin Licenses for $286M

Warnaco Group Inc. is aiming to become a Calvin Klein powerhouse.

clock December 21, 2005Marc Karimzadeh

Fashion Features

In Brief: Sports Talk … IMG’s Russian Deal … Coldwater Coverage

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

clock December 21, 2005WWD Staff

William D. Perez


U.S. Sales Boost Nike In 2nd Qtr.

Energized by strong sales in the U.S., Nike Inc. delivered robust top- and bottom-line growth in its second quarter despite declining gross margins.

clock December 21, 2005Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Prada's global ceo Patrizio Bertelli.


Prada USA’s Constance Darrow Departs

Constance Darrow, Prada USA Corp.’s veteran chief executive officer, has left the company.

clock December 21, 2005Marc Karimzadeh

New Yorkers found varying ways to make their commutes.


The Strike That Could Kill Christmas

Millions of New Yorkers and tourists struggled to cope with the first subway and transit strike in 25 years.

clock December 21, 2005WWD Staff

New Yorkers coped with a citywide transit strike.


Analysts Sound Alarm for Local Retail

Publicly traded retail specialty chains in the New York City area will feel a sting from the transit strike, but department store players such as Macy’s and Saks will likely suffer more, Wall Street analysts said.

clock December 21, 2005Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Edward Zhu, Warren Donner and Jerry Boyle.

Fashion Features

WD NY Expands With Style

It’s immediately clear walking into Warren Donner’s showroom on the seventh floor of 1412 Broadway here. He is anything but subtle.

clock December 21, 2005Julee Greenberg

The interior and exterior of the new Bebe flagship.


Bebe’s Turn: From Mall to Rodeo Drive

Bebe, the sexy, edgy specialty chain, is movin’ on up to Rodeo Drive in its first foray into the luxury market.

clock December 21, 2005Michelle Dalton Tyree

Inside True Religion in Manhattan Beach, Calif.


True Religion Makes Low-Key Retail Debut

Denim resource True Religion has opened its first store, a 900-square-foot, hickory-paneled ode to Western style, on the main shopping drag in Manhattan Beach, Calif.

clock December 21, 2005Emili Vesilind

Karen Kimmel

Fashion Features

A Multimedia Romp, L.A. Style

Awash in blood-red paint, a naked Kembra Phaler, the Goth-like, performance artist-fashion designer, jaywalked on Melrose Avenue.

clock December 21, 2005Rose Apodaca

James Truman


Memo Pad: Truman’s Travel Magazine … Joffe Shoves Off

Those Buddhist retreats and sojourns in Spain seem to have left quite an impression on James Truman.

clock December 21, 2005WWD Staff


U.S. Probes Wal-Mart For Haz-Mat Violation

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles is investigating Wal-Mart for possibly violating federal regulations governing the transport of hazardous materials.

clock December 21, 2005WWD Staff

The visual for Ferré.

Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: Nocibe Owners to Sell Majority Stake … Ferre Scent Set for U.S. Rollout

Three investors in French perfumery chain Nocibe have decided to sell their stake in the retailer.

clock December 21, 2005WWD Staff


Wholesale Prices Fall in November

Wholesale prices on domestically produced women’s and girls’ apparel rose a seasonally adjusted 0.3 percent in November.

clock December 21, 2005Evan Clark


Today's Must Read

Amy Mellen


Calvin Klein’s Amy Mellen, Senior VP of Home, Is Leaving

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