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Fashion

Fashion's Game of Musical Chairs Quickens in Paris

The spring shows feature debuts at four major brands, prompting reflection on the pace of designer change.

clock 10hMiles Socha

Retail

Tough Times for Neiman's as Firm Battles 'Challenges'

The luxury chain has been battling the luxury malaise.

clock September 26, 2016David Moin

Retail

Focusing on Spring, Buyers Praise Milan's Creative Energy

The city has not lost its sizzle, once again led by Prada and Gucci.

clock 19hWWD Staff

The Scoop on Scoop: Trendy Retail Chain Feeling Credit Squeeze

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Overview

Scoop NYC, the contemporary retailer created 13 years ago as “the ultimate closet,” is under increasing financial pressure. Several factoring companies have stopped giving Scoop credit.SEE LIST AT LEFT FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Financial

June Comp Results Raise Anxiety for Fall

Comps continue to contract for most retailers, raising concerns for fall, back-to-school.

clock July 9, 2009Alexandra Steigrad and David Moin

Color Cosmetics

Beauty Firms Seek Growth Through Longer Lashes

Tammy Faye was onto something: The former televangelist never left home without mascara — tons of it.

clock July 10, 2009Molly Prior and Rachel Brown

Retailing

Beauty Industry Reels Under Pressure

Beauty manufacturers are now forced to shell out big bucks to get products onto retail shelves.

clock July 10, 2009Faye Brookman and Andrea Nagel

Color Cosmetics

Mascara’s New Spin: The One-Handed Wand

For Dov Grossnass, creating a new mascara had to be more than about reinventing the wheel.

clock July 10, 2009Kavita Daswani

Fragrance

Laura Slatkin Sweetens Candle Business

Laura Slatkin, whose Candela Group recently won a FiFi award, has broken new ground by signing licensing deals for home fragrance projects with Godiva Chocolatier and Vera Wang.

clock July 10, 2009Pete Born

Fragrance

Timberlake Fronting Two Givenchy Scents

Justin Timberlake will be the face of both Play and Play Intense fragrances.

clock July 10, 2009Julie Naughton

People

Perricone Returns With Updated Image

Dr. Nicholas Perricone is bringing what he calls a first-to-market technology in his black physician’s satchel.

clock July 10, 2009Julie Naughton

Hair

Bumble Boosts Thickening Treatment Line

Bumble and bumble is breathing new life into its top-selling Thickening line this fall with the launch of Bb. Thickening Serum.

clock July 10, 2009Gillian Koenig

Hair

Kelly Van Gogh to Launch DIY Hair Color

Celebrity colorist Kelly Van Gogh develops Root Rehab for touch-ups, a Highlighting System, and other hair products.

clock July 10, 2009Alissa Cherry

Beauty Features

Snippets: Sugar and Spice… Purple Perfume…

Jo Malone has cooked up Vanilla & Anise, a new addition to its fragrance portfolio, which will bow worldwide in September.

clock July 10, 2009WWD Staff

Skin Care

Vichy Unveils Quartet of Skin Care Products

France-based skin care company Vichy Laboratoires, owned by L’Oréal, is aiming to cover every base in its repertoire of problem-solving skin care collections.

clock July 10, 2009Kavita Daswani

Fragrance

YSL Beauté Gets Sexy With New Fragrance

Kate Moss will be the face of the new Yves Saint Laurent fragrance, Parisienne, due out this summer.

clock July 10, 2009Jennifer Weil

Fashion

Robert Isabell, A-List Party Planner, Dies

Floral designer Robert Isabell, a behind-the-scenes tour de force on the New York party circuit, has died.

clock July 10, 2009Rosemary Feitelberg

Memo Pad

Memo Pad: Mickey Drexler in the Morning… Slimmer Reads…

Millard “Mickey” Drexler and his unorthodox management style gets profiled this Sunday on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” at 9 a.m.

clock July 10, 2009WWD Staff

Financial

Scoop NYC Feels Credit Squeeze

Contemporary retailer Scoop NYC is said to be undercapitalized, and slow in paying its vendors.

clock July 10, 2009Lisa Lockwood

Denim

Cherokee to Relaunch A. Smile Label

A. Smile, a young men’s and juniors-based denim line which was popular in the ’70s, is being relaunched by Cherokee.

clock July 10, 2009Jean E. Palmieri

Real Estate

Juicy Couture Leaving Madison Avenue

Retailer Juicy Couture is closing up shop on Madison Avenue, citing $2M annual rent costs.

clock July 10, 2009David Moin

Trends and Analysis

Christmas in July at Sears and Kmart

Christmas has come early to Sears and Kmart.

clock July 10, 2009Sharon Edelson

Fashion Scoops

Lauren Fetes Watch Line… Town Hall Debate… Vuitton’s Space Age Fantasy…

David Lauren wasn’t deterred by the difficult market for luxury goods at a launch party for Ralph Lauren’s new watch collection.

clock July 10, 2009WWD Staff

Film and TV

Barbara Corcoran, the Jim Cramer of the Real Estate Business

Almost every Friday on the “Today” show, the real estate queen Barbara Corcoran advises people to buy a home.

clock July 10, 2009Jacob Bernstein

Digital

Yoox Readies for IPO

Online retailer could list before yearend.

clock July 10, 2009Andrew Roberts

Digital

EBay Aims to Change Europe’s Competition Rules

EBay sent all its users in Europe a petition urging the European Commission to amend its competition laws.

clock July 10, 2009Ellen Groves

Government and Trade

World Leaders Commit to Complete Doha Round

G8 leaders said they would conclude stalled Doha Round of trade talks by 2010.

clock July 10, 2009Liza Casabona

Government and Trade

NLRB Rules in Favor of Workers United

The National Labor Relations Board ruled the insurgent Workers United is the bargaining agent in contracts with five employers.

clock July 10, 2009Kristi Ellis

Financial

Daily Stock Wrap: July 9, 2009

The day’s gainers and losers.

clock July 10, 2009WWD Staff

Couture

A View of Paris Haute Couture Week

Images around and about this week’s Couture shows.

clock July 10, 2009WWD Staff

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