FAST: The King of Hearst

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Dude’s Factory


Retailers Use Graphics to Make Sales

A look at two retailers using bold colors and visuals as part of their strategies.

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Calvin Klein Jeans’ cotton denim and polyester vest.

Fashion Features

Head of the Classics

Designers will be cozying up to good old favorites like these at next week’s Bread & Butter fair in Berlin.

clock January 12, 2011Kim Friday

Sly boot cover

Fashion Features

Gotta Get It: Hot Trends Around the Globe

What they’re wearing in Japan, Brazil, France and Italy.

clock January 12, 2011WWD Staff

14 oz. in Berlin.


Denim: Who’s the Coolest?

Denim gurus reveal what they consider to be emerging styles, the coolest denim retailers and their latest fashion splurge.

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Hearst Corp. CEO Frank Bennack and Magazines President David Carey.


The King of Hearst

Having long suffered an inferiority complex, Hearst’s parsimonious ways are becoming the industry norm.

clock January 12, 2011John Koblin and Amy Wicks

Katie Holmes in a new Ann Taylor ad

Marketing and Promotion

Katie Holmes, New Face of Ann Taylor

The spring advertising campaign featuring the actress breaks in March magazines.

clock January 12, 2011David Lipke

Opening Ceremony Spring 2011

Fashion Scoops

Terry Richardson Shoots Opening Ceremony… Milan’s Fashion Hub…

When Opening Ceremony’s spring look book hits desks, its recipients will recognize the trademark style of Terry Richardson.

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Lanvin Pre-Fall 2011

Fashion Features

Is Fashion an Endangered Species?

Though lip service is given to the importance of the great designers, in reality, serious focus on their work, their craft, has been diminishing for years.

clock January 12, 2011Bridget Foley


Today's Must Read

The Supreme Court building is seen in Washington. The Supreme Court, rejected an emergency appeal to stop Texas from enforcing its challenged voter ID law. But the court said it could revisit the issue as the November elections approachSupreme Court Voter ID Texas, Washington, USA


Justices Refuse to Take Up $7B Swipe Fee Fight

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Social Studies