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Paris Inspirations: Spring 2017 Ready-to-Wear

Paris designers share their inspirations as the spring collections get under way.

clock 18hWWD Staff


Anthony Vaccarello's Debut for (Yves) Saint Laurent

In addition to some tony basics, a llittle Eighties-inspired bad taste made for an audacious collection of racy party clothes.

clock 24hBridget Foley


Barneys Prepared to Ride Out Storm at Perry Capital

Amid the luxury malaise, Barneys' ceo says the company is profitable and performing well.

clock 19hDavid Moin and Vicki M. Young

Will He Hit or Miz? Mizrahi Joingin Liz Sets Industry Abuzz

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Liz Claiborne's Inc.'s decision to tap Isaac Mizrahi as creative director of the ailing Liz Claiborne brand got a thumbs-up Wednesday from one of the people who perhaps matter most: Terry J. Lundgren, chairman and ceo of Macy's Inc.

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Direct, Internet and Catalogue

Online Treasure Hunt

Top 10 most-searched-for clothing, shoes and accessories brands on eBay for the seven-day period ended Jan. 15.

clock January 17, 2008Cecily Hall

The E. Leclerc ad.


Beauty Beat: E. Leclerc Lashes Out Over Product Pricing… Beiersdorf Profits Slip

France’s E. Leclerc supermarket chain has publicly threatened to withdraw six products, including items by cosmetics giants L’Or?al and Beiersdorf, from its…

clock January 17, 2008Melissa Drier and Ellen Groves


In Brief: Volcom Off… Goody’s Money

Feeling pressure from a weaker consumer spending environment, Volcom Inc. lowered its fourth-quarter earnings outlook Wednesday.

clock January 17, 2008WWD Staff

Proenza Schouler

Fashion Features

Russian Doll

With Leo Tolstoy’s “Anna Karenina” as a starting point, John Galliano evokes prerevolutionary Russian high society for Christian Dior’s pre-fall collection….

clock January 17, 2008WWD Staff

Catherine Zeta-Jones in Vicky Tiel.


Prize Fighters

Based on the crowd at Tuesday night’s NBR awards, it seems Hollywood can be divided into two camps: those who pretend to like award ceremonies and those who…

clock January 17, 2008WWD Staff

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

H&M’s Johansson Named As New Head of Design

Hennes & Mauritz is turning a page in its design department.

clock January 17, 2008Robert Murphy

Manuel Puig, Nina Ricci

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Nina Ricci Taps Puig for Accessories Push

Signaling big plans for Nina Ricci and a new strategic thrust for the Puig Beauty and Fashion Group, Manuel Puig has been named president of Nina Ricci and…

clock January 17, 2008Miles Socha and Jennifer Weil

Designer and Luxury

Chanel Promotes a Pair

Fine-tuning its management here, Chanel said Wednesday it promoted two executives in Europe.

clock January 17, 2008WWD Staff


Aeropostale Discloses SEC Inquiry

Teen apparel retailer A?ropostale Inc. said on Wednesday that the Securities and Exchange Commission has opened an investigation related to activities of…

clock January 17, 2008Jeanine Poggi

A Rihanna umbrella.

Fashion Scoops

Fashion Scoops: Prada Give and Take… Singin’ in the Rain…

Prada is organizing a megabash for 1,000 people on the evening of Feb. 5 at the company’s Broadway flagship in New York during New York Fashion Week.

clock January 17, 2008WWD Staff

Isaac Mizrahi

Designer and Luxury

Will He Hit or Miz? Mizrahi Joining Liz Sets Industry Abuzz

Liz Claiborne Inc.’s decision to tap Isaac Mizrahi as creative director of the ailing Liz Claiborne brand got a thumbs-up.

clock January 17, 2008Marc Karimzadeh and Whitney Beckett and Arthur Zaczkiewicz and Lisa Lockwood

Robertson Boulevard

Retail Features

Writers’ Strike Taking Toll on L.A. Retail

The 11-week-old movie and television writers’ strike is taking a major bite out of fashion retailing here.

clock January 17, 2008Anne Riley-Katz and Marcy Medina

Alber Elbaz, Jonathan Newhouse, Nicolas Ghesquiere and Karl Lagerfeld.

Memo Pad

Memo Pad: Man of Letters… From Mags to Books… A Timely Contingent

A veritable Who’s Who of the fashion and publishing worlds ? including Karl Lagerfeld, Stefano Pilati, Alber Elbaz…

clock January 17, 2008Katya Foreman and Irin Carmon and Stephanie D. Smith

Tess Giberson

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Tess Giberson Exiting Tse

Tse design director Tess Giberson is leaving the cashmere company.

clock January 17, 2008Marc Karimzadeh

Tracy Mullin and Farooq Kathwari

Trends and Analysis

Lackluster Retail Landscape Talk of NRF Conference

At a conference typically dominated by data technology and store gadgetry, the ailing economy and retail’s sharp slowdown took center stage.

clock January 17, 2008David Moin and Sharon Edelson and Cate T. Corcoran

Marketing and Consumer Behavior

Shoppers Love Stores Who Love Them

Shoppers are most loyal to retailers with unusual offerings such as child care and online author chats, an IBM survey of more than 19,000 consumers has…

clock January 17, 2008Cate T. Corcoran

Thomas McKenna, Cone Denim


Steering Cone to an International Future

Cone Denim, which invested heavily in international expansion over the last three years, is looking for new president Thomas McKenna to position the company…

clock January 17, 2008Ross Tucker

Rachel Bilson in the Teens for Jeans PSA.

Marketing and Promotion

A?ropostale Targets Teen Charities

A?ropostale wants to make sure everyone has a pair of jeans, even if it’s not the brand’s own.

clock January 17, 2008Julee Kaplan

Z Co.'s coal-washed and dark blue skinny styles.

Direct, Internet and Catalogue

Z Co. Expands With Online Store

Charles Jebara is taking junior denim brand Z Co. into the world of online retailing.

clock January 17, 2008Ross Tucker

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi discusses the economy in the Capitol.

Government and Trade

Recession Concerns Permeate Political Scene

Congress is developing several stimulus proposals to jump-start a faltering economy, as indicators point to a severe downturn and possible recession and…

clock January 17, 2008Kristi Ellis and Jeanine Poggi


American Express Backs CFDA Fashion Fund With $500G Contribution

American Express is supporting emerging designer talent as well as giving shoppers a way to pay for their clothes.

clock January 17, 2008Marc Karimzadeh


Imports, Competition Drive Apparel Prices Down 0.9%

Low-cost imports and intense competition between stores helped drive retail prices on women’s apparel down 0.9 percent in 2007 as increases in energy costs…

clock January 17, 2008Evan Clark


Today's Must Read

A look from the NikeLab Rio collection.


The Present is Good for Nike, but the Future Disappoints

clock September 27, 2016Evan Clark

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