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Buyers at Intertextile Shanghai.

Intertextile and Yarn Expo Shanghai Delayed Over New Virus Variant Concerns

China tightens up health measures as cases of the more contagious Delta variant are discovered.

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Vanina's cofounders Joanne Hayek and Tatiana Fayad in front of their brand's store in Beirut.

One Year After the Blast: How Are Beirut’s Creatives Coping?

Lebanese creatives speak about the realities of living and working in Beirut, one year after the warehouse explosion at the city’s port destroyed their studios, their hometown, and life as they knew it.

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Function of Beauty Makes First Acquisition

Function of Beauty is aiming to expand further into skin care.

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Children’s Wear Looks to Be More Sustainable, Eon Nabs New Funding: Short Takes

CSR efforts are broadening as digital identity solutions grab new funding in a “digitally connected world.”

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Giorgio Armani Teams With Los Angeles Chargers

It’s the Italian brand’s first NFL partnership.

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Macy’s Retires Debt Ahead of Schedule

The retailer credited a “disciplined approach to capital allocation, especially over the past 16 months, and a return of consumer demand” for redeeming notes and improving the balance sheet.

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Tanger Outlets Riverhead is among Tanger's most productive centers.

Tanger Outlets Reports Results Above Expectations

The operator of open-air outlet centers is curating a more upscale mix of brands and providing new experiences.

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Shoppers return to the streets of New York.

NYC COVID-19 Vaccine Orders Bring Uncertainties to Retailers

Concerns are rising that New York City’s requirement that employees and customers of indoor eateries, gyms and entertainment centers show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations could extend to other businesses, including malls and stores.

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Up Next Designer: What to Know About the Fashion Instagram Account

Design Theory: How Up Next Designer Is Finding the Next Big Thing in Fashion

The Instagram account spotlights emerging designers who have gone on to dress major celebrities like Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Cardi B, Normani and others.

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Safilo’s New Brands Portfolio, Strong Business in U.S. and China Help Boost H1 Sales

The Italian eyewear group returned to profit and saw a sales increase in the first half of the year.

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Cosmopolitan Launches Sun Care and Self-tan Line

In recent years, a number of media brands have been tapping into the beauty market.

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Joseph Abboud sleepwear.

Joseph Abboud Signs Sleepwear License

The collection with Intradeco will launch for spring of 2022 in the U.S. and Canada.

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World’s First Crowdfunded Climate-Neutral Sneakers Are…Made With Coffee?

Rens is putting performance to the test with a Kickstarter for its “Nomad” shoe made with coffee spun yarns and recycled polyester.

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Under Armour ambassador Michael Phelps.

Under Armour Posts Solid Second Quarter, Raises Outlook

Despite some headwinds with the ongoing pandemic and supply chain challenges, the sports brand remains optimistic.

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Victoria’s Secret’s Stock Surges as It Makes Debut on Public Market

Shares of the newly formed Victoria’s Secret & Co. closed up more than 29 percent during its first day of trading.

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Hearst’s ICrossing Acquires Mediablaze

The Hearst Tower, center, is shown on Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008 in New York. The tower, designed by architect Norman Foster and constructed by Turner Construction, is the world headquarters of the Hearst Corporation. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

“This investment positions us to deliver industry-leading solutions for our clients,” Hearst Magazines president Debi Chirichella said.

August 2, 2021Kathryn Hopkins

Media People: Simone Oliver, Global Editor in Chief, Refinery29

Oliver chats with WWD about her career and her plans for Refinery29.

August 2, 2021Kathryn Hopkins

Condé Nast Is Paying Some, But Not All of Its Rent Bill

One World Trade Center stands between the transportation hub, left, still under construction, and 7 World Trade Center, right, Monday, Nov. 3, 2014 in New York. Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, the resurrected World Trade Center is again opening for business, marking an emotional milestone for both New Yorkers and the United States as a whole. Publishing giant Conde Nast will start moving Monday into One World Trade Center, a 104-story, $3.9 billion skyscraper that dominates the Manhattan skyline. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

The Vogue publisher has been attempting to negotiate itself a better deal on its lease for close to a year.

July 26, 2021Kathryn Hopkins

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