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Tse’s New Five-Year Plan

NEW YORK -- Tse Cashmere opened in 1989 with a five-year plan. It wanted to build an account base that…

Escada’s U.S. Game Plan

NEW YORK -- "We have to look at this business through the eyes of a retailer, not a wholesaler," says Ron…

John Galliano: the New Constructionist

NEW YORK -- John Galliano looks a bit tired at Saturday morning breakfast in an East Village cafe, but…

Accento Heads for Bigger Store

NEW YORK -- After two years of selling its Accento Marzotto bridge sportswear to a limited number of…

Bridge Focuses on Wear-Now

NEW YORK -- Bridge sportswear resources are bullish about the upcoming holiday and resort market weeks, with…

Calvin Klein Confirms License Deal for All-Encompassing Home Line

NEW YORK -- Calvin Klein is bringing his runway esthetic of neutral-colored simplicity to the home.

Calvin…

Maklihon Group Beckons to Young Designers

NEW YORK -- John and Pauline Mak, owners of The Maklihon Group, may seem like an answer to a prayer for young…

Shopping Lively at New Hotel Shows in N.Y.

NEW YORK -- Two new hotel trade shows last week pulled steady streams of buyers, many of them armed with…

Building a Brand Network

NEW YORK -- The licensing machine continues to churn out deals and dollars.

According to The Licensing Letter…

Genny’s New Look a Hit at Saks

NEW YORK -- Genny's new look -- pared down, less structured and simpler than in the past -- struck a positive…

Adec’s U.S. Growth Program

NEW YORK -- Although Paris-based designer Philippe Adec does not speak English, limiting his conversation…

Oldham, Bendel’s Team Up for Housing Works Benefit

NEW YORK -- Todd Oldham's writing hand might have been worn out by the end of the evening, but the Housing…

Selwyn & Cohen: Parallel Lines

NEW YORK -- Designers Harriet Selwyn and Peter Cohen couldn't be much less alike in terms of personality…

Colin Baer Goes Uptown

NEW YORK -- For three years, Colin Baer and Antonio Campbell have spent much of their time making decisions…

Kenneth Weiss Undrapes Easel Line

NEW YORK -- As the son of parents who own a knitwear manufacturing firm, Kenneth Weiss grew up around knits…