Skip to main content

Janet Ozzard

More From Janet Ozzard

Getting Closer to The Y World

NEW YORK -- For most beauty companies, going after the teen market isn't optional, it's obligatory. Now, a…

Jil Sander: The End of the Affair

In a stunning move, Jil Sander has quit as chairman and chief designer of the fashion house she founded more…

Designer/Bridge Sticking With What Works

NEW YORK -- Designer and bridge manufacturers are sticking with their tried-and-true methods to keep business

Denim: A New Focus on Fashion

NEW YORK -- With the big brand names pumping five-pocket denim into the market, smaller companies are finding

Americano’s Growth Strategy


AMERICANO'S GROWTH STRATEGY

Byline: Janet Ozzard

NEW YORK -- Joseph Greco is betting on…

Anne Klein Drops Tyler as Signature Designer

NEW YORK -- It's all over for Richard Tyler and Anne Klein.

In an abrupt, unexpected announcement, the company…

Finessing the Rules

NEW YORK -- Novelty, novelty, novelty. That's the battle cry for designer and bridge firms for 1995, who say…

Color Tops Buyers’ Lists

NEW YORK -- Buyers heading to the New York Premier Collections show here next week have color and new twists…

Todd’s New World

NEW YORK -- It's busy down in SoHo this time of year. Galleries are buzzing with the sounds of new shows…

Westwood takes Fifth Ave.

NEW YORK -- Where Viv goes, theater follows. And the fashion show Tuesday night at Bergdorf Goodman was no…

Forever Viv

NEW YORK -- The notoriously noncommercial Vivienne Westwood is on the stump.

The radical British designer is in

Stupid Fashion Tricks in NYC

NEW YORK -- Oh, the fervent anticipation. News had come that the lofty fashion god Martin Margiela would…

Sak’s Direct Mail Attack

NEW YORK -- Saks Fifth Avenue is pouring lots of energy -- and money -- into its catalogs this fall.

The…

Walking the Morris Beat

NEW YORK -- Bernadine Morris said she has no use for what she calls "destructive journalism."

Although the New…

Does Sex Still Sell Jeans? Steamy Ads Live On, But Fun and Funky are Gaining Ground

NEW YORK -- Some like it hot. Some like it plain. And some like it downright weird.

Steamy, sweaty, even…