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HBC Hires Ed Burstell to Accelerate Innovation

HBC sees Burstell engaged in bringing innovative concepts to all of its divisions.

clock October 24, 2016David Moin


Balenciaga Names Cédric Charbit as New CEO

A product and marketing executive at Yves Saint Laurent, he will take over Isabelle Guichot's role.

clock October 24, 2016Miles Socha


Tokyo Fashion Week: Watching for See-Now-Buy-Now

New sponsor Amazon didn't make vast changes to the format, while the local industry seemed open to the Instant Fashion experience.

clock 19hKelly Wetherille

Neiman’s Bigger World: New Format Called Cusp To Launch This Month

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In an effort to capture more business from existing young shoppers as well as those who might have eluded its full-line stores, the retailer is launching a new concept — Cusp — that is a smaller store format for a youthful vibe.

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Pamela Anderson


Au Naturel

In New York, the weather held up despite thunderous threats of rain for the opening night of “Macbeth” in Central Park.

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Patricia Velasquez


Back To School

Think leaving your poverty-stricken family in South America at the tender age of 17 to embark on an international modeling career is tough? Try auditioning for your first theater role in front of Philip Seymour Hoffman.

clock July 6, 2006Vanessa Lawrence

Christian Dior

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Extravagant Ideas – Christian Dior, Giorgio Armani Prive

Bejeweled draped dresses, airy silk organdy numbers and wildly dramatic accessories were among the notions in play.

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Fashion Features

In Brief: Arnault Appointment … Factory Closure … Behnaz’s Next Target

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

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E. Scott Beattie

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Arden Acquires Riviera Portfolio

Elizabeth Arden has acquired the brand licenses and certain assets of Toronto-based fragrance firm Riviera Concepts Inc.

clock July 6, 2006Julie Naughton and Molly Prior


Casino Shutdown Takes Toll On Retailers in Atlantic City

Atlantic City retailers were down on their luck Wednesday.

clock July 6, 2006David Moin and Sharon Edelson

Memo Pad: And Baby Makes Six

Cookie editor in chief Pilar Guzman now has two reasons to scour the children’s market looking for the best in baby accoutrements.

clock July 6, 2006WWD Staff

A stall at the Xiangyang Market.

Fashion Features

Shanghai Counterfeit Haven Closed

The infamous Xiangyang Fashion and Gifts Market here has finally closed.

clock July 6, 2006Lisa Movius

John Galliano calls Ground Control.

Fashion Features

Fashion Scoops: Galliano’s Galaxy … For Kicks … Fast Train …

John Galliano, known for donning eye-popping getups to take his runway bow, topped himself Wednesday at the Christian Dior couture show when he shuffled out in a space suit.

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Sophia Eugene's interior.


Crawford’s New Retail Venture: Sophia Eugene on Cornelia St.

Christopher Crawford is flirting with singlehood.

clock July 6, 2006Marc Karimzadeh

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Neiman Marcus to Launch Contemporary Format Cusp

Neiman Marcus Group is on the cusp of a bold expansion move.

clock July 6, 2006Sharon Edelson

On the runway in Atlanta, looks from Single Dress.

Fashion Features

Sweaters, New Shapes Get Attention in Atlanta

Buyers at AmericasMart bought new proportions for fall, holiday and early spring, predicting that the looks would propel sales.

clock July 6, 2006Georgia Lee

Fashion Features

Obituary: Fashion Ribbon’s Jeffrey Rosenzweig

Jeffrey Rosenzweig, president of Fashion Ribbon Co., a ribbon manufacturer and distributor, died June 12 at the Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Conn. He was 50.

clock July 6, 2006William Cotto

Launching this fall, Jet Jeans is offering a jeans legging as its sole silhouette in denim, corduroy and sateen.

Fashion Features

Denim Dish: A Solo Flight for Jet … Zarubica Takes Virtuous Path to New Line … Grey Ant Launching First Full Denim Collection

Denim of Virtue is betting on clean, classic jeans, while the rest of the premium market focuses on skinnier legs and elaborate stitching.

clock July 6, 2006WWD Staff

A Lee concept store in Europe.


Americans Abroad

Some American brands are tailoring their lines to compete with European brands, but others tout their difference to appeal in the market.

clock July 6, 2006Nina Jones

Nelly with his daughter, Chanelle, and niece, Sydney, at the ad shoot for Apple Bottoms Girls.

Fashion Features

Apple Bottoms Aims for Lifestyle Status

Apple Bottoms, the brainchild of rapper Nelly, aims to turn itself into a full-fledged lifestyle brand come fall.

clock July 6, 2006Julee Greenberg

The Red Lemon store in West Hollywood.


Red Lemon Drops in L.A.

Hip-hop executives and musicians who have shopped The Red Lemon can now stop into the company’s first freestanding boutique.

clock July 6, 2006Emili Vesilind

Fashion Features

TV’s Leading Ladies

The top female personalities in television ranked by their “StarPower” scores.

clock July 6, 2006Cecily Hall and Constance Gustke

Saint-Tropez's mythical port.


Luxe Rush: Saint-Tropez Retail Buzzing

Luxury brands are flocking to Saint-Tropez, as the Mediterranean paradise evolves into more of a year-round resort for the rich and famous.

clock July 6, 2006Robert Murphy


Today's Must Read

Antony Karabus is ceo of HRC.


HRC Report Shows Impact of Online, Recommends Rethinking Retail Real Estate

clock 12hArthur Zaczkiewicz

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