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InStyle Names Eric Wilson Fashion News Director

Wilson, a reporter and fashion critic on the Styles desk at The New York Times, begins his new role at the celebrity and fashion magazine Nov. 18.

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Financial

Zale Posts Slight Profit in 4th Qtr.

Despite a slight drop in year-over-year revenue, Zale Corp. swung to a fourth-quarter profit, helped by tax benefits.

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Catherine Malandrino’s store.

Fashion Features

Designer Crowd Has Ambitions on All Points of the Compass

Designers want to build on their 2004 momentum by opening more stores in the U.S., while exploring Europe, Asia and other far-off places.

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A John Bartlett sketch for QVC.

Fashion Features

QVC on Fashion’s Edge

QVC is planning a benefit program showcasing designers Alice Roi, Maria Cornejo, Liz Collins and John Bartlett planned to air Feb. 24.

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Hilary Swank and contest winner Crystal O’Hearn.

Retail

CKI Lends a Helping Hand

NEW YORK — For the past three months, several students at Manhattan’s Hetrick-Martin Institute have done their homework with a little outside assistance from the design staff of Calvin Klein Inc.

As part of an extracurricular…

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Patrick Robinson in Puig’s new fashion offices, under construction.

Fashion Features

Robinson Unleashed at Paco Rabanne

Former Perry Ellis designer Patrick Robinson has joined Paco Rabanne, a unit of Puig, as creative director and will show his first collection in March.

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Robert W. D'Loren

Retail

D’Loren in the Driver’s Seat

Bob D’Loren is a busy man these days, offering alternative financing deals to several apparel companies.

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A look from Helmut Lang.

Fashion Features

What to Watch: Designers Retake Stage With New Funding

Next year will be one of rebuilding luxury conglomerates, while several designers will be facing their own second acts.

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Sarah Jessica Parker

Fashion Features

The Top 10 Stories of 2004: 1. The Big-Name Game

You’re nobody unless you’re famous.

Only a few years ago, the realm of celebrity-endorsed apparel brands was viewed by true fashion connoisseurs as a kitschy sideshow, the habitat of Greg Norman golfing polos and Jaclyn Smith…

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Miguel Adrover on the rooftop of his Chrystie Street studio.

Retail

Adrover Packs Up, Moves to Majorca

Miguel Adrover has closed up shop and will move back to Majorca and reopen there.

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Ostrich feathers from Cristobal Balenciaga, 1965, and Hubert de Givenchy, circa 1966.

Fashion Features

The Jungle Look

NEW YORK — Handling wild animals is a dangerous sport, as “Crocodile Hunter” Steve Irwin would attest on the Animal Planet. So would Andrew Bolton, even when the animals are confined in a glass zoo in the basement of the Costume…

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Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel

Fashion Features

Met Confirms Chanel Exhibit

NEW YORK — The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute confirmed Thursday that it will stage its major spring exhibition on the history of Chanel, incorporating looks from the late designer and contemporary pieces by Karl Lagerfeld….

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A suede belted jacket and silk Oxford pants.

Fashion Features

Ellen Tracy Takes Shot at Casual

NEW YORK — Ellen Tracy, a dominant player in bridge sportswear for years, is trying another court.

The $170 million brand, owned by Liz Claiborne Inc. and known for its consistent look and fit in career sportswear, has embarked on a fresh…

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“There is the market that controls us every day, unfortunately. But at the same time, we don’t change our focus. Our focus is the product.”-Diego Della Valle

Fashion Features

Driving in New Directions

In a matter of 10 years, what once were considered ingredients necessary to building luxury brands have transformed into a recipe that could damage them.

Only recently could a well-funded designer aspiring to break into the atmosphere of…

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“I love demystifying all this.”— Marc Jacobs

Fashion Features

Marc Jacobs: Seizing the Moment

There are certain presumptions one can make about a designer of Marc Jacobs’ stature — that he is famous and influential, that his genius is the result of a singular vision that is unleashed on a runway each season, that he must agonize…

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