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Inside Bottega Veneta's 50th Anniversary Show

Tomas Maier eschewed trends in favor of a design ethos of “private luxury” for a collection that was effortlessly sophisticated.

clock 5hBridget Foley

Fashion

Ghesquière ‘Dives Deep’ Into Louis Vuitton

Designer and Michael Burke reflect on progress, next steps in creative retooling of luxury megabrand.

clock September 23, 2016Miles Socha

Retail

Five Left Dead in Shooting at Macy’s in Washington State

The shooter, thought to be a lone gunman, opened fire on Friday night.

clock 11hWWD Staff

Walgreens Forges Future With Premium European Beauty Brands

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Walgreens is adding seven exclusive skin care brands from five different countries in an experiment involving 1,000 of its top beauty stores, complete with upscale displays, a Web site, millions of samples and specially trained in-store beauty advisors.

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Walgreens Forges Future With Premium European Beauty Brands

Walgreens is putting seven European skin care brands in 1,000 stores, with new displays, millions of samples and in-store beauty advisers.

clock June 30, 2006Andrea Nagel

Financial

LVMH, Morgan Stanley Await Ruling

A Paris appeals court will rule today whether to uphold a gross misconduct verdict against Morgan Stanley on its equity research about LVMH.

clock June 30, 2006Miles Socha

Financial

Industry Shares Rise After Fed Ups Rate

U.S. retail stocks climbed after the Federal Reserve boosted its benchmark lending rate a quarter-point to 5.25 percent.

clock June 30, 2006Evan Clark

Fashion Features

Brighter Days Ahead for Fragrance

Along its road to recovery, the fragrance business is bracing for more speed bumps this fall, including the closure of 80 Federated Department Store doors this year.

clock June 30, 2006Molly Prior

Fashion Features

Quote of The Week

“I’m almost the biggest name in fashion.”

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

In Brief: Armani License

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

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Financial

Retailers Rained Out on East Coast

Retailers along the Susquehanna River, from Norwich and Binghamton, N.Y., south to Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and Harrisburg, Pa., were the most severely impacted by flooding following five days of rain that pounded the Northeast from North Carolina to Maine.

clock June 30, 2006Sharon Edelson

Obituaries

Obituary: Designer Fernando Sanchez, 70

Fernando Sanchez, one of the leading designers and originators of elegant at-homewear, died Wednesday night at his Manhattan home, said his cousin and…

clock June 30, 2006Karyn Monget

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: How Liberating … Call Her Commander … From Paris To Milan

Paris’ left-leaning tabloid, Liberation, gave Nicolas Ghesquiere carte blanche for an eight-page supplement slated to appear in today’s newspaper.

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Senate OKs Oman Trade Deal

The Senate passed the U.S.-Oman Free Trade Agreement on Thursday amid a debate over the pact’s labor provisions and working conditions in the Middle East country.

clock June 30, 2006Kristi Ellis

People

Summer on the Seine

The couture season kicks off today with plenty of shows and presentations, but there should still be time for fine dining and gallery hopping.

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Prada Introduces Amber Pour Homme

Prada is aiming for a $60 million U.S. fragrance business, but ceo Patrizio Bertelli won’t be using its first men’s scent, Amber Pour Homme.

clock June 30, 2006Stephanie Epiro and Matthew W. Evans

Fashion Features

What’s New in Betseyville: Johnson Does Fragrance

Betsey Johnson has always done things her own way and in her own time, and her first fragrance, due out this fall, is no exception.

clock June 30, 2006Julie Naughton

Fashion Features

Ralph Lauren Launches Fourth Scent in Polo Franchise

L’Oreal is looking for its fourth winner in the Ralph Lauren polo men’s fragrance series with its latest entry, Polo Double Black.

clock June 30, 2006Michelle Edgar

Fashion Features

Teens Weigh In on Beauty at NACDS

The ever-shrinking drugstore industry at times made attendance at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores’ Marketplace meeting, held June 24-27 here, appear poor.

clock June 30, 2006Faye Brookman and Andrea Nagel

Fashion Features

Snippets: Axe Scents It Up … Neutrogena Heads East … Marykateandashley …

Unilever’s Axe brand is entering the fragrance game in the fall with a male scent called Axe Lab, to retail for $29.95.

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Barneys Makes Room for Chantecaille Spa

Cosmetics and fragrance mavens Sylvie and Olivia Chantecaille are hoping Barneys New York will provide plenty of positive energy to help them fine-tune their vision of the ultimate spa experience.

clock June 30, 2006Andrea Arterbery

Fashion Features

By Night: The Glam Side of Jette

Jette Joop is set to party with By Night Jette, her second scent — a sexy and glamorous answer to last year’s Jette, which had a sensual and romantic bent.

clock June 30, 2006Melissa Drier

Fashion Features

Sadick Opens Derm Center

With bulky medical devices hidden in custom-designed closets, three-dimensional scanning equipment and a sleek interior, the newly opened Sadick Dermatology Center is being billed as the dermatology center of the future by owner Dr. Neil Sadick.

clock June 30, 2006Andrea Arterbery

People

Obituary: Irving Bottner, 90, Former Revlon Exec.

Irving Joseph Bottner, former president and chief executive officer of Revlon’s Professional Products Group, died May 31 in Delray Beach, Fla. He was 90.

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Amen to Occupy IFF’s Top Post

Robert Amen, formerly president of International Paper Co., nabbed the top job at International Flavors and Fragrances Inc.

clock June 30, 2006Amy S. Choi

What They Are Reading

What will magazine editors be reading as they lounge on seashores and in country cottages during those lazy, hazy days of summer?

clock June 30, 2006Sara James

Memo Pad: Parallel Universe … Bye-Bye, Blasengame … Poetic License

Wondering why Andy Pemberton got sacked as the editor of Spin after only two issues?

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Small Wonders Proliferate

Many so-called “niche fragrances” are gunning for the spotlight.

clock June 30, 2006Jennifer Weil

Fashion Features

Etat Libre d’Orange: A Freethinking Formula

New French fragrance brand Etat Libre d’Orange has one aim, say its executives — to freely create products without taboos.

clock June 30, 2006Jennifer Weil

Fashion Features

A Niche That Roars

Independent European fragrance makers are increasingly rattling the cage. Here, some of their recent offerings.

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

The Changing Formula of Scent Success

Revlon’s momentary honeymoon with department stores is over.

clock June 30, 2006Molly Prior

Fashion Features

The Fall Fragrance Roundup

Fall has become the time for fragrance launches and the list keeps growing.

clock June 30, 2006Michelle Edgar

Fashion Features

Retailers Expecting a Strong Fall

While the quantity of fragrances set to launch this fall is daunting, most retailers aren’t even trying to stock them all.

clock June 30, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Smithsonian Staff to Don Mizrahi Aprons

Conservators at the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., are taking a bit of a fashionista turn.

clock June 30, 2006Amy S. Choi

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