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Marc Jacobs Moves Show Time, Venue

Marc Jacobs is moving his spring 2017 show to the Hammerstein Ballroom.

clock 5hJessica Iredale


Inside Rick Owens’ New SoHo Store

His new New York store is on the corner of Howard Street and Crosby Street in SoHo.

clock August 28, 2016Jessica Iredale


Brunello Cucinelli’s Fall 2016 Collection Stolen

The menswear line had been deducted from the brand’s Milanese showroom.

clock 6hSandra Salibian

Luxury in the Desert: Qatar’s $6 Billion Isle Attracts Major Brands

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Qatar's ambition to compete with Dubai as an upscale hub is taking dramatic shape. The Pearl — billed as a Riviera for the Middle East — is a man-made island overlooking azure waters and with 280,000 square feet of retail space for luxury fashions.

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Trends and Analysis

Economic Reality Shapes Decisions at WWDMAGIC

Economic challenges compelled retail buyers and exhibitors at WWDMAGIC to hone strategies – from opting for safe merchandise to jumping on rising trends -…

clock February 13, 2008Khanh T.L. Tran and Rachel Brown and Max Padilla


Teen Chain Anchor Blue Repositions With Help From Montag of ‘The Hills’

Anchor Blue is collaborating with Heidi Montag, a star of MTV’s reality series “The Hills,” on a new apparel line and ad campaign to help redefine the…

clock February 13, 2008Anne Riley-Katz

Fashion Features

Max Mittman, 91

Max Mittman, chief executive officer of Jaymee Fashions, a former children’s sportswear manufacturer, died Sunday at University Hospital in Tamarac, Fla. He…

clock February 13, 2008William Cotto

Fashion Features

O’Regan, Duty Free Founder

Dr. Brendan O’Regan, founder of the world’s first duty free shop, has died at the age of 90.

clock February 13, 2008WWD Staff


Colors, Classics Top Dallas FIG

A rainbow of colors and prints scored orders for spring and summer at Fashion Industry Gallery, the downtown venue here focused on contemporary looks that…

clock February 13, 2008Holly Haber

Memo Pad

Memo Pad: No Milan, But Maybe Paris… Rupert’s New Culture… Barack’s Bullies…

After making front-row appearances at several New York Fashion Week shows, Ingrid Sischy and Sandra Brant have decided to skip the collections in Milan this…

clock February 13, 2008Marc Karimzadeh and Miles Socha and Courtney Colavita and Irin Carmon and Amy Wicks

Fashion Features

All Dressed Up for No One in Particular

“For whom do women dress?” might be right up there with “What do women want?” in terms of questions with no shortage of answers.

clock February 13, 2008Rosemary Feitelberg

Designer and Luxury

Luxury in the Desert: Qatar’s $6 Billion Isle Attracts Major Brands

Qatar’s ambition to compete with Dubai as an upscale, international hub is taking dramatic shape.

clock February 13, 2008Miles Socha

Marketing and Consumer Behavior

Tesco Using Databases to Make Green Push

Retailers are finding new ways to leverage their customer databases to change shoppers’ behaviors or just understand existing habits so they can refine the…

clock February 13, 2008Denise Power


Talkin’ ‘Bout BCBGeneration

Max Azria wants to cultivate youthful customers.

clock February 13, 2008Marcy Medina

Designer and Luxury

Jackets Keep Things Hot At Early Train, Platform 2

The earlier-than-usual trade show schedule didn’t seem to derail Train and Platform 2.

clock February 13, 2008Whitney Beckett


Newsreel: Sun Capital’s Sunny Outlook… Michael Phelps-Six Four AND 3-D…

Sun Capital Securities Group LLC’s takeover of Kellwood Co. is all but complete.

clock February 13, 2008Whitney Beckett

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Peretz Gives Designs a Twist

Designer Carol Peretz has had a long love affair with eveningwear — 33 years, to be exact, and still going strong.

clock February 13, 2008Holly Haber


Perry Ellis Revenues Slip

Perry Ellis International Inc. issued preliminary fourth-quarter and full-year earnings that will meet or beat Wall Street’s expectations.

clock February 13, 2008Vicki M. Young


Something Bold

This is no season for wallflowers. Designers are strutting their stuff with striking shapes and distinctive embellishments.

clock February 13, 2008WWD Staff


The Velvet Touch

Decadent, lush and oh-so-plush. New York designers showed a romantic bent on the runways with sumptuous velvet looks.

clock February 13, 2008WWD Staff


TV the Next Frontier for Steve & Barry’s

Steve & Barry’s, meet Laverne & Shirley. The Port Washington, NY-based retailer has a new source of intellectual property: classic tv shows.

clock February 13, 2008Sharon Edelson

Human Resources

Beauty Beat: Bamford Progresses Into Natural Body Care

Beauty is getting the Bamford treatment. The brand began introducing items from its Bamford Body line in its stores in December.

clock February 13, 2008Brid Costello and Andrea Nagel

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Maus to Bring Gant to Global Stage

With the acquisition of Gant complete, Maus Fr??res chief executive Guy Latourette is mapping out a strategy to grow the Swedish sportswear company into…

clock February 13, 2008Robert Murphy

Fashion Scoops

Fashion Scoops: Cuba’s London Adventure… A New Gucci… Westwood’s London Vote…

“I thought London would be stuffy, but I love it. It has great energy,” gushed Cuba Gooding Jr., who embarked on a multiple-party marathon in the British…

clock February 13, 2008WWD Staff


Currency Rates, Tax Benefit Buoy Levi’s

Favorable currency exchange and a $215 million onetime tax benefit boosted Levi Strauss & Co. revenues and earnings for the fourth-quarter and year-end…

clock February 13, 2008Ross Tucker

Retail Features

Inditex Set to Enter New Markets

Inditex, the Spanish retailer that operates the Zara chain, said Tuesday it would open in four new markets this year — South Korea, Ukraine, Egypt…

clock February 13, 2008Robert Murphy

Human Resources

Mariette Resigns From Quiksilver

Quiksilver Inc. president Bernard Mariette has resigned with the possible intention of acquiring the Rossignol group, which Quiksilver said last month it…

clock February 13, 2008Whitney Beckett

Business Features

In Brief: Fishers Sell Shares… DFS Appointment… Amazon Fights Tax Proposal…

Donald G. Fisher, founder and chairman emeritus of Gap Inc., and his wife Doris, a director at the company, sold off 13.9 million shares of the retailer…

clock February 13, 2008WWD Staff


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