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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 16hDavid 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 17hMiles 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 11hKelly Wetherille

Tough Times for Liz: Net Falls 65 Percent, No Uptick Seen in 2007

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William L. McComb has a tough turnaround on his hands. The chief executive officer of Liz Claiborne Inc. warned Tuesday that there was more bad news ahead as the company reported a 65.5% slide in first-quarter earnings.

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Retail Getting Reenergized in Silicon Valley

Northern California’s Silicon Valley is showing renewed economic vigor, and retailers have taken notice.

clock May 2, 2007Joanna Ramey


Avon Income Leaps to $150M

Avon Products’ turnaround plan is firing on all cylinders, chairman and chief executive officer Andrea Jung told analysts Tuesday.

clock May 2, 2007WWD Staff


Apparel Key to Wal-Mart Community Effort

Apparel is a linchpin of Wal-Mart’s merchandising strategy to customize stores in communities, a top company executive said Tuesday.

clock May 2, 2007Katherine Bowers


In Brief: LI & Fung Unit Wins Award… Nike And Fitness… Trunk LTD. Deal

Li & Fung USA’s private label brands division, Young Stuff Apparel Group, has won Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s 2006 Supplier of the Year accolade in the women’s…

clock May 2, 2007WWD Staff

The scene at Topshop

Fashion Features

Moss Fans Queue Up for Piece of Topshop Line

The crowds were subdued, but the official launch of the Kate Moss for Topshop collection in the U.K. on Tuesday was nonetheless a hit.

clock May 2, 2007Samantha Conti


Memo Pad: Spreading The Wealth… Long Live The King… Heading North…

New York magazine has supplanted The New Yorker as the favored child of the American Society of Magazine Editors, as reflected by its big wins at this year’s National Magazine Awards, held Tuesday night in Rose Hall at Jazz at Lincoln Center.

clock May 2, 2007WWD Staff

Oscar de la Renta and Susan Kronick


Industry Brass, Pols Turn Out for Parsons Benefit

Bill Clinton and Oscar de la Renta have more in common than being sharp dressers. They also play cards together.

clock May 2, 2007David Moin

A look from Tocca.


Tocca to Expand in Europe

After building up its retail presence in the U.S., Tocca is readying to expand in continental Europe.

clock May 2, 2007Courtney Colavita

Fashion Scoops

Fashion Scoops: Turkish De-Light… Robert’s Honor… New Couple

Louis Vuitton has bagged another hot artist for its Champs-Elysees flagship in Paris, which already boasts permanent works by James Turrell and Olafur Eliasson.

clock May 2, 2007WWD Staff

Jean-Marc Alfandari

Fashion Features

Jean-Marc Alfandari, 62

Jean-Marc Alfandari, a warm-hearted, long-standing beauty professional, died last Tuesday here following a battle with cancer. He was 62.

clock May 2, 2007Jennifer Weil

Elisa Jimenez in her own design.

Fashion Features

Designers Push Eco-friendly Fabrics

Even though Earth Day might be over, the eco-friendly fashion movement shows no signs of slowing down.

clock May 2, 2007Rachel Strugatz


Iconix Sees Profit Rise 73.3% in Qtr.

Iconix Brand Group on Tuesday said first-quarter earnings jumped 73.3 percent as the firm reaffirmed its previously stated 2007 revenue guidance.

clock May 2, 2007Vicki M. Young


Madden Net Slips, Cole Posts a Gain

Shoe and accessories retailer Steven Madden Ltd. announced on Tuesday a 12 percent drop in first-quarter earnings due to weakness in women’s boots, men’s sport fusion product and Betsey Johnson handbags, while Kenneth Cole Productions said…

clock May 2, 2007Whitney Beckett and Jeanine Poggi

William L. McComb


Tough Times for Liz: Net Falls 65 Percent, No Uptick Seen in 2007

William L. McComb has a tough turnaround on his hands.

clock May 2, 2007Whitney Beckett


Lululemon Begins IPO Process

Lululemon Corp. is taking the first steps to an initial public offering.

clock May 2, 2007Whitney Beckett

Actor and activist Danny Glover speaks at the rally.


Immigrants, Union Seek Policy Reform

Immigrants and union members gathered in the heart of the Garment District here on Tuesday, calling for reforms of immigration policy and stronger measures to preserve industry jobs.

clock May 2, 2007Ross Tucker


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

clock 3hArthur Zaczkiewicz

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