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Aéropostale's Future Still Unclear; Liquidation Possible

The future of teen retailer Aeropostale is still unclear, as bidding at a court auction was continuing into the evening hours on Monday.

clock 11hVicki M. Young


Carolina Herrera Hires Raffaele Ilardo as Vice President of Design

Raffaele Ilardo will head up creative development and design for the Carolina Herrera New York ready-to-wear and bridal collections.

clock 14hRosemary Feitelberg


Picking the Fashion Runway Winners With Big Data

An analysis of online patterns by big data firm Edited shows the runway styles most likely to resonate with shoppers.

clock 7hEvan Clark

Tailor-Made for China: Levi’s Targets Market With Denizen Rollout

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Levi Strauss & Co. is embarking on an aggressive expansion in China this year with the launch of a global brand targeting the youthful emerging middle class in the world’s fastest-growing economy.SEE LIST AT LEFT FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Target Profits Rise, Sales Sluggish in Quarter

Despite soft sales, Target posted a 14.3 percent rise in second-quarter net income Wednesday, helped by expense management.

clock August 18, 2010Evan Clark


Item of the Day: Budget Denim

The look and feel of premium denim can be found for under $100.

clock August 19, 2010Alex Badia


Bespoken Links Up With Turnbull & Asser

Bespoken, the contemporary New York label, has a history with Turnbull & Asser, and is launching a co-branded capsule range for spring.

clock August 19, 2010WWD Staff

Department Stores

Levi’s, Billy Reid Reveal Capsule Collection

The line, handcrafted in the U.S., will launch in September.

clock August 19, 2010Jean Scheidnes


Aramis’ Impeccable Entry

Brand to launch limited edition scent in October.

clock August 19, 2010Matthew W. Evans


Men’s Suits Under $500: The New Magic Price Point

There’s a new sweet spot in the men’s suit market: models that retail for less than $500.

clock August 19, 2010Jean E. Palmieri


Cheap Week: Reining In Event Spending

In the spirit of WWD’s Cheap Week, we asked event experts for tips on reining in spending, from a casual dinner to a fancy gala, without sacrificing elegance.

clock August 19, 2010Vanessa Lawrence

Department Stores

Samuelsohn Taps VP for Furnishings Arm

Montreal-based Samuelsohn has named Walter Davis to be vice president of furnishings, a new division for the 87-year-old tailored-clothing company.

clock August 19, 2010WWD Staff


Chico’s, Limited See Q2 Gains, Hot Topic Widens Loss

Comps to date at Hot Topic are down 5 percent.

clock August 19, 2010Alexandra Steigrad

Fashion Scoops

Kanye West’s New Entourage…Dylan’s Candy Bar Treat…An InStyle Bash

The cleaned-up look of Kanye West’s Rosewood Movement is an effort to turn over a new leaf after last year’s flameout.

clock August 19, 2010WWD Staff


Levi’s Introduces Denizen Brand in China

An aggressive expansion is planned with launch of new brand.

clock August 19, 2010WWD Staff


In His Own Words: Dov Charney

Ceo talks about his and his company’s future.

clock August 19, 2010David Lipke


American Apparel’s Stock Continued Slide

Investors worry over investigation, cash crunch.

clock August 19, 2010Evan Clark

Memo Pad

People iPad App Delay…Another Newsweek Exit…Tibi Revamps

The brouhaha over People’s iPad app had some at least wondering about the real story behind its delayed release.

clock August 19, 2010WWD Staff

Government and Trade

South Africa Halts Exports of Raw Wool to China

Livestock disease causes China to disallow imports.

clock August 19, 2010Bambina Wise


Daily Stock Wrap: August 18, 2010

The day’s gainers and losers.

clock August 19, 2010WWD Staff


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PVH Sets Enhanced CR Strategy, Commits to U.N. Sustainability Goals

clock 18hArthur Friedman

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