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Hong Kong Loses Ralph Lauren Flagship, Braces for More Closures

Ralph Lauren quietly shuttered its two-year-old 20,000-square-foot store last week. Other brands are expected to close boutiques in a city that has lost its luster for cash-rich mainland Chinese tourists.

clock 6hAmanda Kaiser and Tiffany Ap


WWD Beauty Inc Honors the Industry’s Best for 2016

The 15th-annual awards ceremony recognized the accomplishments of a cross section of beauty executives.

clock 13hLayla Ilchi


Michael Jordan Wins Trademark Case in China

The decision could be a landmark ruling for Western brands in China.

clock 21hNyima Pratten

The Kid Is All Right

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Josh Tyrangiel is considered by many a rising star — but does he have the mojo to reinvent the weekly business magazine?SEE LIST AT LEFT FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

A crocheted cardigan by Gudrun & Gudrun.

Business Features

Basic Instinct

Brands showing at the trade shows during Copenhagen Fashion Week are offering toned down, classic collections.

clock February 9, 2011Katya Foreman

HIM: Ben Sherman Plectrum’s wool coat and Seven For All Mankind’s wool shirt and cotton pants. HER: Andrew Marc’s coat, Won Hundred’s scarf and True Religion’s jeans. Sonyarenee earrings.


Project Preview: Warm Up

Fall has something for everyone, from cozy layering pieces to Seventies-inspired denim and winter-worthy outerwear.

clock February 9, 2011WWD Staff

Charley 5.0’s leather top with Kai-Aakmann polyester and rayon skirt.


Project Building a Stronger Platform

Expo’s new format emphasizes community, education and technology.

clock February 9, 2011Khanh T.L. Tran


Project at a Glance

The where and when details for next week’s expo.

clock February 9, 2011WWD Staff

Josh Tyrangiel


Josh Tyrangiel, Businessweek’s Boy Wonder

Does he have the mojo to reinvent the weekly business magazine?

clock February 9, 2011Zeke Turner


Today's Must Read

Sen. Charles Schumer at podium with Leo Gerard of United Steelworkers.


Democrats Help Launch ‘Trump Outsource Watch’

clock 15hKristi Ellis

Social Studies