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BREAKING: Consuelo Castiglioni to Leave Marni

Francesco Risso will become creative director of the label.

clock 3hLuisa Zargani


Reebok Names Steinbruck Creative Director

The designer has worked for Ellie Saab, Porsche Design and Kenneth Cole.

clock 8hJean E. Palmieri


Viktor & Rolf Debut Magic Fragrance Collection

Viktor & Rolf are debuting Magic, a new collection of six eaux de parfum.

clock 8hRachel Strugatz

Tom Ford’s Big Leap: Manhattan Store Puts New Stamp On Luxury

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Tom Ford, the sequel, is all about uberluxury, quality and personalized service.

From This Issue

A look from Linda Loudermilk.

Fashion Features

Cool to Care

Increased consumer concern and celeb interest help drive the surge in eco-friendly fashion.

clock April 10, 2007Ellen Groves

A look from Annie Greenabelle.

Fashion Features

Raised Organic

Today’s design students see an eco-conscience and an eye for fashion as a natural pair.

clock April 10, 2007Ellen Groves

Lauren Bush sporting her Feed bag.

Fashion Features

Growing Presence: Bag Lady… Bamboozled… Renewed Purpose…

Eco-conscious consumers have a wide range of products and places from which to choose.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

Olga Ginzberg at Gomi NYC wearing Vanessa Barrantes' jumper, Earth Dolphin's jacket and an H&M T-shirt.

Fashion Features

Girls Gone Green

Cameron Diaz, Shalom Harlow, Natalie Portman and Drew Barrymore have all gone green, and look great doing it.

clock April 10, 2007Jessica Iredale

An anorak by Dries Van Noten.

Fashion Features

Color Clique

Mother Nature is fashion’s newest trendsetter, and green is her signature color.

clock April 10, 2007Rachel Strugatz

Katharine Hamnett's Choose Love T-shirt.

Fashion Features

Helping Hands

Designer Katharine Hamnett and U.K. supermarket chain Tesco team up to bring an eco-friendly line to shoppers.

clock April 10, 2007Lucie Greene

A top by Ciel, available at

Fashion Features

Connected to Nature

Adili clicks with ethical fashion.

clock April 10, 2007Nina Jones

Fashion Features

Sprouting Issues

As consumers cotton to eco-conscious products, the fashion industry must work to educate its audience on the subject.

clock April 10, 2007Ross Tucker

Materials with green process.

Fashion Features

Second Nature

During the Thirties, Forties and Fifties, nylon’s durability, polyester’s UV protection and spandex’s stretch were developed.

clock April 10, 2007Court Williams

Select Aveda products

Beauty Features

Giving Back

Beauty firms work to increase sustainablity in their product chains and lessen their environmental impact.

clock April 10, 2007Michelle Edgar

Aveda's Earth Month Candle is packaged using cardboard that is normally discarded during printing and soy ink-printed labels. Origins uses renewable corn derivatives in its caps, jars and labels.

Beauty Features

Package Mentality

Beauty companies lessen their environmental impact with recycled and renewable packaging.

clock April 10, 2007Ellen Groves

Looks from Barneys' Loomstate for Barneys Green collection.

Fashion Features

Earthly Delights

As demand increases, retailers are devoting more space to eco-conscious lines.

clock April 10, 2007Sharon Edelson and Rosemary Feitelberg

Fashion Features

Climate Change

The cost benefits of environmentally sustainable initiatives convince more businesses to go green.

clock April 10, 2007Evan Clark

A look by OMgirl.

Fashion Features

Fashion Code

For eco-friendly clothing makers, the choice to go green is based in morality.

clock April 10, 2007Kavita Daswani

Myth and Ritual's cotton voile dress and Charmone Italian's microfiber shoes. Earrings from Anne Bernstein for Anne Hettinger designs; Bloom ring.

Natural Woman

The McKinley residence was the ideal backdrop for WWD’s first “green” fashion shoot.

clock April 10, 2007Marcy Medina

The California Market Center will host the Los Angeles International Textile Show April 16-18.

Fashion Features

A Green Theme for L.A. Textile Show

Exhibitors at the Los Angeles International Textile Show are responding to more demand for environmentally sustainable products.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

Fashion Features


Guests at next week’s Los Angeles International Textile Show can find inspiration outside the exhibition hall. Here is a sampling of things to do and see during the three-day run.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

An exterior shot of the new Juliana Curran Terian Design Center.

Fashion Features

Pratt Creates New Think Tank

Pratt Institute is trying to break down the barriers among four different design disciplines.

clock April 10, 2007Rosemary Feitelberg

Jeffrey Kalinsky

Fashion Features

Market Basket: Lim’s honorees… Calling Carmen… New At FIT

Valentino chief executive officer Graziano de Boni, Jeffrey New York’s Jeffrey Kalinsky and Harper’s Bazaar editor in chief Glenda Bailey will be honored by the Laboratory Institute of Merchandising, the College for the Business of Fashion, at this…

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

Richard Meier

Fashion Features

Meier on Board With Lutz & Patmos

Lutz & Patmos started enlisting guest designers in 2002, and now the cashmere-driven label has a new twist.

clock April 10, 2007Rosemary Feitelberg

Lululemon's bamboo fabric bra and hemp linen flip-top skirt with organic cotton waist.

Fashion Features

Apparel Firms Join Green Brigade

The American fashion world is finally getting serious about turning green.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

A pink velour Fila jacket.


Fila, GLBH Revamp Exec Team

After changing hands earlier this year, Fila has a new management team.

clock April 10, 2007Whitney Beckett


In Brief: Metropark CEO Move… New Nominations… Adidas Consolidates Facilities…

Los Angeles-based mall specialty store chain Metropark announced that Robert Allison, a member of the company’s board, has been named chief executive officer.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

Susan Schwab


USTR to File China Protection Cases

U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab said she would file two cases against China with the World Trade Organization today.

clock April 10, 2007Evan Clark

Inside the show.


Local Market Fuels Intertextile Show

This is shaping up to be the year of the domestic market in China.

clock April 10, 2007Lisa Movius


Memo Pad: No Such Thing As Bad Publicity… Gunning Off… Vuitton’s Man

Ad honcho Richard Kirshenbaum is usually in the business of promoting his clients, but who says promotion is a one-way street?

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

The new Aeropostale prototype.

Fashion Features

Aeropostale Looks to Provide Innovative Experience

To resonate with Aeropostale’s core teen shoppers, a new prototype store aims to elevate the customer’s shopping experience with innovative store design and marketing and by offering trend-right fashion.

clock April 10, 2007Jeanine Poggi and Rachel Strugatz


Target’s CEO Robert Ulrich Earns $36.4 Million in 2006

Target Corp. said in a proxy filing Monday that it paid Robert J. Ulrich, chairman and chief executive officer, $36.4 million last year.

clock April 10, 2007Vicki M. Young

Fashion Scoops

Fashion Scoops: Diddy’s Deals… Dress For Success

Sean “Diddy” Combs continues to be one of the fashion world’s more prolific deal-makers.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

Products from Jamie O.

Fashion Features

Beauty Beat: New York & Co. Signs With Inter Parfums… Model Unveils Jamie O Antiaging Line… Gaultier’s Fleur Bows on West Coast

Inter Parfums Inc., which produces personal care products for Gap Inc. and is the fragrance licensee for Quiksilver, has a new client – women’s wear retailer New York & Company Inc.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

The interior of Miguelina.


Designer Offers Resort Styles At Bleecker Street Boutique

Miguelina, a 900-square-foot boutique opening Wednesday at 347 Bleecker Street, is a showcase for the designs of Miguelina Gambaccini.

clock April 10, 2007Sharon Edelson

Jenny Lewis


L.A. Confidential

Sunny Los Angeles has famously inspired suspicion in many hard-boiled New Yorkers.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

Jill Kargman

Animal Crackers

If the Upper East Side were the wild kingdom, Fred’s at Barneys New York would be its watering hole, where proud yummy mummies gather with their young progeny to sip iced tea on Friday afternoons.

clock April 10, 2007Emily Holt

Marc Jacobs and Naomi Campbell at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills.


EYE SCOOP: Marc on Leave

Keen-eyed Marc Jacobs watchers might have been surprised to see a photo pop up on the Internet Monday of the designer shopping at Barneys New York in Los Angeles on Sunday with Naomi Campbell.

clock April 10, 2007WWD Staff

A model at Tom Ford on Madison.


Tom Ford’s Big Leap: Manhattan Store Puts New Stamp On Luxury

Tom Ford, the sequel, is all about uberluxury, quality and personalized service.

clock April 10, 2007Marc Karimzadeh

Green House Effect

The McKinley residence was the ideal backdrop for WWD’s first “green” fashion shoot.

clock April 10, 2007Monica Schweiger


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