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Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

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Galeries Lafayette's Billion Euro China Plan

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Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

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Versace to Stage Home Installation With Artist Andy Dixon, Interior Designer Sasha Bikoff

The event will be held April 10-14 during international furniture and design trade show Salone del Mobile at Versace’s Milan palazzo in Via Gesù.

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Jenni Kayne Releases Debut Book ‘Pacific Natural: Simple Seasonal Entertaining’

The book takes a seasonal approach to party hosting.

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Colorful bouquets by Ashley Boer of Beaude Studio

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A Lot of White, A Bit of Weird: Fashion Designers’ Floral Choices Revealed

From phallic blooms to all-white extravaganzas, five Paris-based florists unpick the fashion industry’s obsession with gifted bouquets.

clock March 18, 2019Fleur Burlet

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Already High, Eiffel Tower Wants to Soar Over Gastronomy, Too

Two Michelin-starred chefs will take over the famed Paris monument’s restaurants: Frédéric Anton for the Jules Verne and Thierry Marx for the Brasserie.

clock March 13, 2019Fleur Burlet

Chefs Adam Bordonaro and Ryan Lory.

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Ardyn Opens in the West Village

The restaurant is helmed by chefs Adam Bordonaro and Ryan Lory.

clock March 12, 2019Kristen Tauer

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WWD List: Nine Things to Check Out in Austin for SXSW 2019

Our guide to the best pop-ups, events and restaurants to check out in between the festival’s films, panels and performances.

clock March 8, 2019Kristen Tauer and Leigh Nordstrom

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WWD Report Card: Fashion Suckers

The Jo Bros have returned, but where did their style go?

clock March 6, 2019Leigh Nordstrom and Alex Badia

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The New Las Vegas Residency

A wave of hot, new rap artists are taking over the strip with extended concert series at huge venues, and in the process, have changed what it means to have a residency.

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Candidly Yours: Oscars Week Edition

Inside Hollywood’s biggest week with WWD’s staff photographer.

clock March 1, 2019Lexie Moreland

Regina King, Rachel Weisz, Chadwick Boseman, Billy Porter, and Emma Stone.

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WWD Report Card: And the Oscar Goes to…

The best and worst from Hollywood’s biggest night.

clock February 26, 2019Leigh Nordstrom and Alex Badia

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WWD List: 10 Things Not to Miss During MFW

The hottest new restaurants, bars, exhibitions and stores in town.

clock February 20, 2019Sandra Salibian and Martino Carrera

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PuXuan Hotel, Sister to the PuLi, Offers Art Crowd Haven in Beijing

Owned by auction house China Guardian, the growing boutique hospitality player also has plans to expand to Dubai, Maldives and Lombok.

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Greek Restaurant Yaya Has Olive Oil Bread to Die For

Forget about baguettes: at Colombian chef Juan Arbelaez gives the French bread of choice a run for its money.

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Tess Holliday’s NYFW Diary

Tess Holliday takes us behind the scenes of her New York Fashion Week.

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Ten Hot Places to Visit in Between London Shows

Set the alarm earlier, walk a little faster and carve out time for these must-see exhibitions, shops and food stops in London.

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A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018

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