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Chasing Anne Klein: $163M Kellwood Bid, But Others in the Race

Kellwood Co. stepped forward on Thursday as the stalking horse in the race to acquire Kasper ASL, with an…

A Moment Of Relief At IFFE

NEW YORK -- If the textile industry had an appetite for some positive energy, last week's International…

Liz Ventures Into The Night

NEW YORK -- Liz Claiborne wants in on the fancy stuff.

The company has unveiled Liz Claiborne Evening -- a…

IFFE Vendors See Uptick

NEW YORK -- Textile executives reported an uptick in business during the new year and said they hope the good

Luxe Worries At I-Texstyle

NEW YORK -- Italian weavers from areas including Prato, Milan and Como were on hand with their spring 2003 lin

Memories Of Trigere

NEW YORK -- "Ms. Pauline Trigere is absolutely unforgettable," said author Barbara Taylor Bradford, her longti

Denim Dish

VF Sees Lean Year

VF Corp. officials expect 2002 to be another tough year for the apparel industry.

In a confere…

Weisel Grows Into Sportswear

NEW YORK -- Eveningwear designer Heidi Weisel is launching an eponymous sportswear line, which will debut next

Sourcing Snaps Back

NEW YORK -- The apparel industry seems to have taken to heart the President's message that Americans should tr

Reaching For The Stars

FIRMS MARKETING TO TEENS FIND SUCCESS IN SHOWCASING TODAY'S HOTTEST YOUNG CELEBRITIES.

NEW YORK -- Models bewar

Spanish Rose

In terms of style and sophistication, Julia Argyros, a Southern California resident for over 40 years, has alw…

WEF Protests Mild, Peaceful

NEW YORK -- The official events of the World Economic Forum may be clustered around the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel,

Bella Dahl Countersued

NEW YORK -- The tangled legal web surrounding the ownership of Bella Dahl Inc. got even knottier on Thursday.

J…

Denim Dish

Latin Brands Head North

Pop divas and supermodels aren't the only Latin influences percolating up into the U.S.

KTA Forecast: Dark And Cloudy

NEW YORK -- The U.S. textile industry is a very sick patient, said consultant Nicholas Hahn at a Wednesday fin…