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Frédéric Fekkai Unveils New Beauty Brand Called Bastide

The serial entrepreneur's new beauty brand is based around the lifestyle and artisans of Provence.

clock December 2, 2016Peter Born


Riccardo Tisci Delivers Givenchy Collection for Babies, Kids

The debut collection for fall 2017 retailing will be produced and distributed by CWF.

clock December 2, 2016Miles Socha


Italy's Fashion World Stands Behind Renzi Ahead of Referendum

Uncertainty looms as Italian citizens gear up for a referendum on Dec. 4 to vote on a change in the country’s constitution.

clock December 2, 2016Luisa Zargani

Avon Calls Up Jeter: Yankees Captain Signs Deal for Fragrance

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Derek Jeter is out to take his grooming regimen to the American masses. The captain of the New York Yankees will step up to the plate for Avon this fall with his very own men's fragrance, Driven.

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Derek Jeter on the job.

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Avon Calls Up Jeter: Yankees Captain Signs Deal for Fragrance

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has signed a fragrance deal with Avon.

clock July 31, 2006Michelle Edgar

Kari Sigerson and Miranda Morrison.


Majority Stake of Sigerson Morrison Sold

Sigerson Morrison, the footwear firm that grew from making custom-made shoes for private clients to a $30 million business with two lines and a high-end handbag collection, has a new owner.

clock July 31, 2006Jennifer Hirshlag


Valentino Net Soars, Norsa to Exit

Michele Norsa, chief executive of fashion house Valentino SpA, plans to step down at the end of September.

clock July 31, 2006Amanda Kaiser and Miles Socha

Fashion Features

Coming This Week

A look at the coming week’s events.

clock July 31, 2006WWD Staff


Baby Talk

To many women who reside in tony brownstones above 64th Street, charity work means little more than attending committee meetings, drumming up money from a few pals and getting photographed at the annual soiree in the sponsor’s finery.

clock July 31, 2006Emily Holt

Arriana Boardman


Hard News

“Scoop,” the new Woody Allen movie, tells the story of a young woman who falls in love with a man who may or may not be a serial killer.

clock July 31, 2006WWD Staff

The interior of Max Brenner, Chocolate by the Bald Man.


Cocoa Nut

Max Brenner is out to change Americans’ eating habits.

clock July 31, 2006Amanda FitzSimons


Fashion Features

Dolce & Gabbana Taps Animal Magic

Dolce & Gabbana is ready to pounce on accessories.

clock July 31, 2006Courtney Colavita

A Stephan & Co. bracelet that passes JFTA standards.

Fashion Features

Jewelers Join Forces for Lead Safety

In the wake of California’s Proposition 65, legislation is now being proposed in several other states to regulate the amount of lead in fashion jewelry.

clock July 31, 2006Laura Klepacki

Marc by Marc Jacobs sunglasses.

Fashion Features

Marc Jacobs Doubles Its Vision for Sunwear

Marc Jacobs has set its sights on the entry-level sunglass business.

clock July 31, 2006Jennifer Hirshlag

A Charriol necklace from the Bacci Collection.

Fashion Features

Findings: Falchi’s Youthquake … Chanel’s Gems … Charmed Life …

Carlos Falchi is keeping busy this market.

clock July 31, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Gems the Rx for Medical IDs

When the daughter of a friend was diagnosed with epilepsy and upset about wearing what she considered an unattractive medical identification bracelet, Julie van Hees-Aidner came up with an idea.

clock July 31, 2006Sophia Chabbott

Viktor and Rolf's camisole and shortie.

Fashion Features

RTW Invasion Spurs A Boost in Creativity

A battalion of European designer brands has recently sprouted lingerie lines emblazoned with their respective house codes.

clock July 31, 2006Katya Foreman

A rendering of the Gap in the Wisma Atria shopping center on Orchard Road, the Fifth Avenue of Singapore.


First Gap Franchises Set for Far East

Gap’s first licensed stores in the Far East, including a flagship in Singapore, will be announced today.

clock July 31, 2006David Moin


Wal-Mart Exiting Germany

In the end, Germany was an expensive exercise for Wal-Mart that will cost the retailer $1 billion to exit.

clock July 31, 2006Melissa Drier and Sharon Edelson


Three Firms Bid For London Fog In Court Auction

The London Fog brand is about to be sold through the bankruptcy court process.

clock July 31, 2006Vicki M. Young

Diego Della Valle


Accessories, Apparel Boost Tod’s First-Half Sales

Tod’s SpA’s first-half sales grew at a double-digit rate on increasing demand for its bags, shoes and apparel in all markets.

clock July 31, 2006Amanda Kaiser


Nevada Apparel Files Lawsuit Versus Topshop

Nevada Apparel Corp., a New York-based women’s clothing company, has entered into litigation against Arcadia, the parent of U.K. retailer Topshop, concerning the Topshop brand name.

clock July 31, 2006WWD Staff


As Foot Locker Prepares to Be Sold, Puma Takes a Hit

Financial and market sources said Puma was asked to take back product on orders already shipped and that sales of back-to-school offerings are likely to be hurt by discounts at retail on Puma merchandise.

clock July 31, 2006Vicki M. Young

Roseanne Morrison

Fashion Features

Doneger Group Names Morrison Fashion Director

The Doneger Group has appointed Roseanne Morrison fashion director, a new position at the 60-year-old merchandising and fashion consulting organization.

clock July 31, 2006David Moin

American Eagle Outfitters is banking on new concepts and back-to-school to bolster results.


Half-Year Stock Report: WWD Composite Sheds 1.1 Percent

At the year’s midpoint, the bears roared.

clock July 31, 2006WWD Staff


New Products Drive Under Armour Earnings

Citing new product launches, Under Armour Inc. delivered robust earnings and sales for the second quarter.

clock July 31, 2006Jeanine Poggi


Three Executives Named to Wells Fargo Posts

Wells Fargo Retail Finance said three new executives joined its headquarters office in Boston this month.

clock July 31, 2006Liza Casabona


Memo Pad: Vanity Fashion Plates

Despite being infamous for frumpiness, journalists didn’t do half badly on Vanity Fair’s International Best Dressed list.

clock July 31, 2006WWD Staff

Fashion Features

House Passes Minimum Wage Hike

The House passed the first minimum wage increase in a decade early Saturday morning.

clock July 31, 2006Kristi Ellis


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Calvin Klein Europe Has Potential for $1B in Volume Within 3 Years

clock December 1, 2016Vicki M. Young

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