A brief look at some of the day’s stories.
Jones Apparel Group might have an alternative plan for Barneys New York up its sleeve.
The much-talked-about film “Factory Girl” made its New York entrance Monday night with about as much hullabaloo as its subject, Edie Sedgwick, would have made on her way into a nightclub.
The new chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, Charles Rangel (D., N.Y.), said Tuesday that he would work with Republicans to extend President Bush’s authority to negotiate trade deals without allowing amendments from Congress, which expires…
After weeks of high-stakes office pools, Tom Florio walked away with Publisher of the Year honors at Conde Nast’s annual publishers’ meeting in Naples, Fla.
Agenda is considered the edgier alternative to ASR, with a focus on streetwear and T-shirts, but the four-year-old event also welcomed trend-conscious sportswear labels such as Le Tigre, BB Dakota, E.C. Star and WeAretheSuperlativeConspiracy.
If music is the universal language, nostalgia may be the universal sentiment.