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Inside Bottega Veneta's 50th Anniversary Show

Tomas Maier eschewed trends in favor of a design ethos of “private luxury” for a collection that was effortlessly sophisticated.

clock 6hBridget Foley


Ghesquière ‘Dives Deep’ Into Louis Vuitton

Designer and Michael Burke reflect on progress, next steps in creative retooling of luxury megabrand.

clock September 23, 2016Miles Socha


Five Left Dead in Shooting at Macy’s in Washington State

The shooter, thought to be a lone gunman, opened fire on Friday night.

clock 11hWWD Staff

Imploding Retail World: A Struggling Fortunoff Could Be Next to Vanish

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Avon Fourth Quarter Net Hits $232.4M

Pressured by the recession, Avon Products managed to boost profits by 80.3 percent.

clock February 3, 2009Molly Prior


Claiborne to Cut 725 Jobs

Firm to reduce U.S. workforce by 8 percent.

clock February 3, 2009Whitney Beckett


Crafting a Celebrity Image for Tough Times

Flash is out, substance is in as consumers evolve.

clock February 4, 2009Cecily Hall

Department Stores

Retail Stocks Up 3.3%

Recent job cuts bolster store shares.

clock February 4, 2009Arnold J. Karr

Government and Trade

Obama Taps Gregg for Commerce Post

President Barack Obama reached across party lines when nominating pro-trade politician Sen. Judd Gregg for commerce secretary.

clock February 4, 2009Kristi Ellis and Liza Casabona


Delta Apparel Reports Profit in Q2

Delta Apparel Inc. reported a second-quarter profit, reversing a year-ago loss.

clock February 4, 2009Alexandra Steigrad


G-III Cuts Exec Pay, 401(k) Match

G-III said it reduced the base salary of Morris Goldfarb, chief executive officer, and other top execs by 20 percent.

clock February 4, 2009Matthew Lynch


IT Holding Considers Proposal

IT Holding SpA might have found a solution to its beleaguered financial situation, although the outcome remains uncertain.

clock February 4, 2009Andrew Roberts

Human Resources

Custo Picks Pauker as North America CEO

Custo Barcelona has hired Dara Pauker, former VP of brand operations at Liz Claiborne, as chief executive officer of North America.

clock February 4, 2009Whitney Beckett


Lovely Oscar Newcomers Learn the Ropes

First-time Oscar nominees Melissa Leo, Taraji P. Henson and Viola Davis are getting a dizzying initiation.

clock February 4, 2009Marcy Medina

Fashion Features

Awards Season’s It Girl

Spotlight shines on Slumdog’s Freida Pinto.

clock February 4, 2009Marcy Medina

Memo Pad

Memo Pad: Giorgio’s New Man… Details Moves… Westwood Heads West…

Giorgio Armani may finally have found a new head of communications… The New York Times is mostly free to readers on the Web…

clock February 4, 2009WWD Staff

Government and Trade

Labor Stages Push for Employee Free Choice Act

Thousands of workers march to Capitol Hill to deliver petition with 1.5 million signatures.

clock February 4, 2009Kristi Ellis

Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

QVC Hits the Catwalk

QVC is moving full steam ahead with its runway show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, set for Feb. 14.

clock February 4, 2009Marc Karimzadeh

Department Stores

Saks’ New Attitude

Saks is rolling out youthful styles and a revamped contemporary department to weather the economy.

clock February 4, 2009Jessica Iredale

Department Stores

The Chosen Ones: Lines in Saks’ Contemporary Space

Joseph Boitano explains why the 15 collections in Saks’ new contemporary space are necessary now.

clock February 4, 2009WWD Staff

Film and TV

The Next Famous Face for Your Brand

E-Poll Market Research has provided top female celebrities who were ranked first by appeal.

clock February 4, 2009WWD Staff

Fashion Scoops

Beyoncé Boogies… Stella’s Moves… Murakami in Bilbao…

When Lorraine Schwartz hosts a party, prepare for a late start, bottle service and celebrities — lots of celebrities.

clock February 4, 2009WWD Staff

Fashion Features

Industry Reacts to Lincoln Center Move

New York Fashion Week is heading to Lincoln Center, but the move received a mixed reception from designers and retailers.

clock February 4, 2009WWD Staff


LVMH Denies Interest in Coach

LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton spokesman denies interest in acquiring Coach.

clock February 4, 2009Miles Socha


Neiman Marcus January Comps Tumble

The unexpectedly severe luxe pullback has luxury retailer Neiman Marcus projecting a loss for its second quarter.

clock February 4, 2009Evan Clark

Business Features

Struggling Fortunoff Could Be Next to Vanish

Add Fortunoff to the list of well-known retailers that might disappear from the American landscape.

clock February 4, 2009David Moin


Daily Stock Wrap: February 3, 2009

The day’s top gainers and losers.

clock February 4, 2009WWD Staff


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