Dolce & Gabbana Store Boosts New Designers

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Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana tap young, emerging designers for their new accessories store.SEE LIST AT LEFT FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

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Financial

Urban Brands Files Bankruptcy

The plus-size chain is expected to be sold to an affiliate of Gordon Brothers.

clock September 21, 2010Vicki M. Young

Media

Hachette’s Vroom Vroom Man… Fineman Exits Newsweek… Karol Decamps From W…

Steve Parr named Hachette’s new U.S. CEO. Alain Lemarchand departs.

clock September 21, 2010WWD Staff

Sofia Vergara and Halle Berry

Parties

Swarovski’s Black Swans

Monday night was especially chock full of little black dresses for the “22 Ways to Say Black” auction.

clock September 21, 2010WWD Staff

Marketing and Promotion

Estée Lauder Promotes Three

Daniel Annese, Ricardo Quintero and Charisse Ford receive new titles.

clock September 22, 2010Julie Naughton

Zara Martin

People

The First Girls of Fall

Watch out for Zara Martin, Marina Fois and Carolina Crescenti.

clock September 22, 2010WWD Staff

Patti Ongman

Retail

Macy’s Names Ongman EVP

She will oversee handbags, jewelry and fashion accessories at Macy’s.

clock September 22, 2010David Moin

Ben Bernanke

Financial

Retail Stocks Drop Tuesday as Fed Holds Rates

Deflationary concerns end chance for 10th straight gain.

clock September 22, 2010Arnold J. Karr

Beauty Features

Solar-Powered Plane Wins Clarins Award

The Clarins Men Environnement 2010 prize was awarded to Bertrand Piccard, founder and president of Solar Impulse, last Tuesday night here.

clock September 22, 2010Jennifer Weil

A view of the Dolce & Gabbana/Via Spiga 2 accessories-only store.

Designer and Luxury

Dolce and Gabbana Boost New Designers

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana tap young, emerging designers for their new accessories store.

clock September 22, 2010Luisa Zargani

Fadia Otte, Valérie Hoffenberg and Karine Ohana.

Fashion Scoops

Peace Gathering… Tony Parker Keeps Time…

John Galliano’s Pierre Denis, Diptyque’s former owner Mohamed Lataoui and soccer star Frank Leboeuf attend a charity benefit for children in war-torn areas.

clock September 22, 2010WWD Staff

Agyness Deyn

Lifestyle

Giles and Pals Live For the Moment

Agyness Deyn, Pixie Geldof and Katie Grand gathered at the designer’s after party.

clock September 21, 2010WWD Staff

Claudia Schiffer as shot by Mario Testino.

Media

Mario Testino Show Opens in Madrid

“Todo o Nada” (“All or Nothing”) runs through Jan. 9.

clock September 22, 2010Barbara Barker

Reiss on Bleecker Street.

Retail

Reiss Shop to Open in Bloomingdale’s

The collection won’t be wholesaled — Reiss is leasing the space.

clock September 22, 2010Sharon Edelson

Retail

Kornajcik to Leave Neiman Marcus

Steve Kornajcik, a veteran marketing executive, joined the luxury retailer 14 years ago.

clock September 22, 2010David Moin

Government and Trade

NRDC, Wal-Mart Team For Clinton Global Initiative

Program to fight textile pollution in China.

clock September 22, 2010Kristi Ellis

Chris Kolbe

Human Resources

Chris Kolbe Joins Lands’ End

He succeeds Lisa Fitzgerald, who left the company.

clock September 22, 2010Lisa Lockwood

Business Features

Milan Fashion Week Stretches Out

Many fashion shows will move to spaces on streets surrounding the city’s cathedral.

clock September 22, 2010Luisa Zargani

Fashion Features

November 30, 1976: There’s Something About Marella

The elegant Marella Agnelli, wife of Fiat chairman Gianni Agnelli, shared her observations on fashion, decorating and Proust.

clock September 22, 2010Venessa Lau

Fashion Scoops

The Wright Stuff

Helen Wright picked to be Fendi’s new president for Europe, Middle East and India, its largest zone.

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Elisabetta Canalis and George Clooney

Fashion Scoops

Front Row at Giorgio Armani

George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis were guests at Giorgio Armani’s show in Milan.

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Fashion Scoops

In Paris, Editors Carry on Amid Terrorist Alert

Despite a terror alert from the State Department, “Our plans are remaining the same as of now,” Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour said about Paris.

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Essentialist

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Fashion

Saint Laurent Acquires Major Private Collection of Vintage YSL Clothes

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Social Studies