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Jean Paul Gaultier Said to Tap New President

Hermès Veronique Gautier set to succeed Christophe Caillaud.

Bulgari Marks 125th Anniversary

To mark its 125th anniversary, Bulgari is launching a charity campaign for Save the Children.

Laboratory Institute of Merchandising to Offer M.B.A.

Laboratory Institute of Merchandising is introducing a master of business administration degree program in…

Platinum Record

Designers create platinum rings.

Celebrating Marvin Traub, Again

There's no better authority on longevity than Marvin Traub.

China Reacts to Wal-Mart Sourcing Goals

China is still digesting an announcement from Wal-Mart Stores Inc. that it plans to ramp up environmental and…

Gucci Caught Up in Spy Scandal

A Gucci Group spokesman confirmed that the Prosecutor?s Office in Florence this week ordered a search of the…

New York & Co. Taps New CFO

Sheamus Toal to assume post.

Empire State Pride Agenda Honors Ralph Lauren

In four decades, Ralph Lauren has made philanthropy a key component of his career, championing causes from…

WWD/DNR CEO Summit Puts Focus on Leadership

With the world economy tanking, the fashion industry is in crisis management mode.

Echo: All In the Family

Business at 85-year-old Echo is a family affair.

Scarpa to Leave Liz Claiborne

Chief operating officer Michael Scarpa is the latest executive to exit Liz Claiborne Inc.

Porsche, Prada Launch Cell Phones

Design-driven technology continues to be a growth path for companies both in and outside the fashion world.

Layoffs Seen at Lord & Taylor

Sources said 100 to 150 executive jobs are expected to be eliminated in the central offices in Lord…

Panel Addresses Small Businesses

Saks? associate divisional merchandise manager Sarah Tam, designer Robert Lee Morris, and Jon Cetnarski, a…