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Beauty’s Found Generation X

Groupe Clarins, Better Not Younger, Korres and Trinny London are among the brands now speaking directly to women aged 45 and up.

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Casual Elegance

The Loupe by JB Hudson Jewelers aligns the right location with the right brand and product mix to woo today's modern luxury shopper.

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Circular Economy Solution Raises Series A, Plans European Expansion

The Renewal Workshop will expand into Europe and triple its U.S. operations with its Series A financing round.

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CFDA Creates Supply Chain Collective as New Member Courtesy

The CFDA looks to give members “a great ROI” by connecting them with innovative, sustainable supply chain solutions.

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Chanel Brings Alpine Chic to Upscale Ski Resort

Baby, it’s cold outside, but don’t worry. The Parisian brand will keep you warm this winter.

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EXCLUSIVE: Balmain Names New CEO

Jean-Jacques Guével joins from Zadig & Voltaire — the latest in a flurry of executive changes at European fashion houses in 2019.

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Max Mara Pre-Fall 2020

Max Mara Pre-Fall 2020

Ian Graffiths imagined the ideal wardrobe for cool girls attending a vernissage in Downtown Manhattan sometimes in the late Seventies, early Eighties.

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Aspen’s Pitkin County Dry Goods Celebrates 50th Anniversary

In 1969, entrepreneur Don Fleisher, an Aspen-local entrepreneur, recognized the Colorado ski town’s need for a contemporary clothing destination, which is still owned and operated as a family-run business today, with David Fleisher at the helm.

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Joyce Boutique Proposes to Delist

The retailer cited the economic pressure from social unrest in Hong Kong as one of its reasons.

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Condé Nast Makes Two C-Suite Hires

Mike Goss is the new chief financial officer and Deirdre Findlay will become chief marketing officer.

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Andy Dunn Leaving Walmart With a Love Letter

The Bonobos founder, who sold the brand to Walmart and then took on a broader role, is stepping back out.

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Hearst’s Latest Tactic to Thwart Unionization Efforts

At a hearing, Hearst execs were expected to argue that there should be six smaller unions.

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Nike’s Blockchain Patent Looks to the Future of Shoes

The sportswear company patented a technique to record a digital trail for its shoes — both physical and virtual.

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Akris Pre-Fall 2020

Akris Pre-Fall 2020

Pre-fall is a milestone, marking Albert Kriemler’s 40 years at the helm of the Swiss brand.

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Actresses Julia Garner (ÒOzarkÓ), Sadie Sink (ÒStranger Things,Ó) and KiKi Layne (ÒIf Beale Street Could TalkÓ) are once again featured in Kate SpadeÕs fall ad campaign. The ads were photographed in London by Tim Walker, a longtime collaborator who worked with the brand from 1999 to 2006 under Kate and Andy Spade. The campaign was styled by Sara Moonves.ÒFor the fall season, I started by imagining raiding an insanely glamorous womanÕs closet, and the rich, eclectic mix youÕd find that you could make your own. I was inspired by the idea of a womanÕs closet Ñ the thought of where clothes end up rather than where they originated. I envisioned women are looking for clothes that are spirited, feminine and fundamentally effortless,Ó said Nicola Glass, creative director of Kate Spade New York. Ads will break on Instagram July 29 and in the September issues of national and international magazines, other digital platforms and out-of-home as well as across social media. Ñ Lisa Lockwood

Kate Spade CEO Anna Bakst Is Out

Parent company Tapestry is now looking for a new ceo to lead the lagging brand.

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La Perla Turns 65 in Style

Spanish designer Gala González hosted a birthday lunch for the luxury lingerie brand in Manhattan.

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Phillip Picardi Exits Out Magazine After Tumultuous Year

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The Advocate editor Zach Stafford is out, too, along with executive leadership, leaving insiders wondering if the LGBTQ titles will continue.

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Condé Nast Makes Cuts to Entertainment Division

The video production arm of the publisher is being realigned and a handful of staffers let go.

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Aya Kanai Replaces Anne Fulenwider as Marie Claire Editor

Anne Fulenwider is stepping down at the end of the year to launch a women’s health business. 

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