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Industry Execs Gather at WWD CEO Summit

Industry leaders gathered at The Pierre hotel in Manhattan for the WWD CEO Summit to discuss the consumer, the state of business and the challenges of the fashion calendar.

clock October 26, 2016Jessica Iredale


Ralph Lauren Receives John B. Fairchild Honor

The designer thanked his team, his family and WWD for the honor and support.

clock 24hLisa Lockwood


Levi's Unveils New 501 Skinny Jean

The latest addition to the 501 family, set to reach stores and in December, is one offered for men and women.

clock October 26, 2016Kristi Garced

Polo’s Winning Method: Net Leaps 58% in Qtr., Boosted by Own Retail

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Polo Ralph Lauren's momentum rolled on in the first quarter as income leaped 58 percent and revenues increased 26.8 percent for the period ended July 1.

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Polo’s Winning Method: Net Leaps 58% in Qtr., Boosted by Own Retail

Polo Ralph Lauren Corp. scored big in the first quarter ended July 1 as earnings rose 58 percent and revenues gained 26.8 percent.

clock August 9, 2006Vicki M. Young


Abercombie & Fitch Readying for Tokyo

A&F wants to bring its youthful cool to Tokyo and is searching for a flagship site in the Ginza or Omotesando sections of the Japanese capital.

clock August 9, 2006David Moin

Memo Pad: September Stars

The cover subjects fashion books have scored for their big month are mostly younger.

clock August 9, 2006WWD Staff

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Seven For All Mankind Names CEO

Seven For All Mankind has hired Michael Egeck, president of VF Corp.’s outdoor segment, to fill its vacant chief executive officer position.

clock August 9, 2006Ross Tucker

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Fashion Scoops: In The Nude

Carolyn Murphy, Christy Turlington, Naomi Campbell, Julianne Moore, Dita Von Teese and Selma Blair are taking off their kits for Marc Jacobs and Robert Duffy.

clock August 9, 2006WWD Staff

Joe Gromek


Warnaco to Restate Earnings

The Warnaco Group Inc. said Tuesday that it will restate its previously reported financial statements for the fiscal year ended Dec. 31, 2005.

clock August 9, 2006Vicki M. Young

Body products from Beiersdorf's Nivea brand.

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Beauty Beat: German Beauty Firms See Strong Sales

Germany’s three beauty leaders, Beiersdorf, Henkel and Douglas, have reported relatively strong quarterly results.

clock August 9, 2006Melissa Drier

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In Brief: Sara Lee Approval … General Growth Net Falls … Solstice Stories

A look at some of the day’s stories.

clock August 9, 2006WWD Staff

Anna Cohen's halter top and Kohzu's jeans.

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Bamboo You

Textile’s green giant, bamboo, is proving to be a sustainable option for fashion, taking root in diverse categories, from lingerie to denim.

clock August 9, 2006Katya Foreman

Nivea Flex & Strong With Bamboo nail varnish.

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Green With Beauty

Bamboo, long used in fragrance for its light, woody notes, is rapidly establishing itself in other beauty categories.

clock August 9, 2006Ellen Groves

Key West at MODA.

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MODA, FAME Share Venue and Buyers

Synergy was the word of the week at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

clock August 9, 2006Whitney Beckett

Inside Heidi Klein.


Heidi Klein Opens First U.S. Shop in NYC

London swimwear boutique Heidi Klein opened its first international store here on the Upper East Side last week.

clock August 9, 2006Whitney Beckett

The launch of English-language, Hispanic-targeted media, like Si TV and "Ugly Betty", is spawning more targeted marketing efforts in English.


Hispanic Spending Falls as Profile Rises

Purchasing of women’s apparel by Hispanic consumers has abruptly slowed down.

clock August 9, 2006Valerie Seckler

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Chilling Out: Fashions Adapt to Summer in S.F.

WEST: As record high temperatures hit the rest of California, San Francisco seemed to exist in a parallel weather and wardrobe universe.

clock August 9, 2006Joanna Ramey

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Urban Outfitters Comp-Store Sales Fall 7 Percent

Urban Outfitters Inc., citing “missed fashion opportunities,” reported on Tuesday that overall same-store sales for the second quarter dropped 7 percent.

clock August 9, 2006Jeanine Poggi

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West Watch: New Kid on the Block … T Time for NBA

Grail, the Los Angeles streetwear label known for plastering skulls adorned with roses and feathers on distressed T-shirts and hoodies, is joining Marc Jacobs, True Religion and J. Crew on the playground with its first shipment of children’s clothes.

clock August 9, 2006WWD Staff


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