Carine, Inc.

WWD, March 9, 2016

Overview

  French superstylist Carine Roitfeld is a one-woman enterprise, fast becoming a brand in her own right.   SEE LIST BELOW FOR ALL OF THIS ISSUE'S ARTICLES

From This Issue

Carine Roitfeld with Karl Lagerfeld in his photo studio

Fashion Features

Carine Roitfeld Has Never Been Busier

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Mischa

Handbags

Hong Kong Designers Break Into the Bag Game

Designers in Hong Kong take advantage of their proximity to production pipelines to break into the bag game.

clock March 9, 2016Amanda Kaiser

1. Moscot
2. Kate Spade
3. Ray-Ban
4. Saint Laurent
5. Raen
6. Guess
7. Wildfox
8. Tory Burch
9. Jessica Simpson 10. Chloé

Eyewear

Eyewear Trend: Round She Goes

Oversize, circular shapes recalling the happy Sixties era of Pop, Mod and Twiggy are a lively trend in eyewear this season.

clock March 9, 2016Roxanne Robinson

Invites for the Dries Van Noten Fall 2016 show

Designer and Luxury

Dries Van Noten’s Hand-Painted Fall Invitations

Asked by Dries Van Noten to hand-paint 1,000 invitations for his fall show, which was inspired by Marchesa Casati, British artist Gill Button had about four days to complete the task.

clock March 9, 2016Miles Socha

John Galliano

Designer and Luxury

A Conversation With John Galliano

For Galliano, the road back to fashion has been long, but not lonely, as he found essential support in a core of dedicated friends.

clock March 9, 2016Bridget Foley

Plaid

Mens Fashion

Men’s Fall 2016 Trend: Piling On Plaids

From tartans and checks to Prince of Wales and windowpanes, graphic heritage prints are making a bold statement for fall.

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Daniel Fletcher

Mens Designer Luxury

Emerging Designer Daniel Fletcher Talks Louis Vuitton, Politics and Antonio Banderas

Emerging designer Daniel Fletcher works for Louis Vuitton, has his own men’s wear brand filled with political statements — and even mentored Antonio Banderas.

clock March 10, 2016Lorelei Marfil

Despite savings at the pump, the economic impact of rock-bottom crude is hurting oil
patch retailers.

Retail

The Rising Cost of Cheap Oil

Despite savings at the pump, the economic impact of rock-bottom crude is hurting oil patch retailers.

clock March 10, 2016Debra Borchardt

Hudson Yards

Retail

Stephen M. Ross Discusses His vision for Hudson Yards

In the first of a continuing series, founder of the Related Cos., Stephen M. Ross, delves into his vision for Hudson Yards, the largest private development in U.S. history.

clock March 10, 2016David Moin

Revlon

Financial

Revlon’s Market Cap Equals Plenty of Potential Buyers

Whether a deal is imminent or not, the beauty company’s $1.88 billion market cap means plenty of potential buyers.

clock March 11, 2016Allison Collins

Kirsten Green

Human Resources

Venture Capitalist Kirsten Green Knows How to Pick Retail Winners

Kirsten Green has a strong track record in picking retail winners as investments — from Warby Parker to Birchbox and Glossier.

clock March 11, 2016Rachel Strugatz

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Fashion Features

Celebrity Style Report Card: #Drumpf-y Frumpy

Mitt Romney doesn’t see a tailor before the public appearance that shot him back to relevance.

clock March 9, 2016Taylor Harris and Alex Badia

1960s - Bulgari

Jewelry

Design & Conquer: Jewelry Collecting Shifts Focus

Jewelry collecting today is an investment that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

clock March 9, 2016Misty White Sidell

Scott Dadich

Media

Wired’s Scott Dadich Talks Tech and How Magazines Can Adapt to the Digital World

Scott Dadich addresses how magazines can adapt to the Web, Apple News, if Wired will install a paywall, and all the hype surrounding emerging technologies such as virtual reality and wearables.

clock March 11, 2016Alexandra Steigrad

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

Business

Facebook Launches ‘Live Shopping Fridays’ for Beauty, Fashion

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Social Studies

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