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Bergdorf's Revamps Designer Shoe Strategy

Ginny Hershey-Lambert, executive vice president of merchandising, discusses the store's new approach to their best-selling category.

Chukka, limited edition, Fashion's Night Out,

Italia Independent Links With Vans

The 600 limited edition Independent Chukka styles were launched in Milan during Fashion’s Night Out.

The Olsens' Latest Gig: Creative Heads of Superga

The design duo will take the helm at the Italian shoe brand's North American division.

Vouelle Designs Bridal Sneaker Collection

The sneakers, easily the brand’s most unusual launch, are designed in collaboration with socially responsible shoe brand Twins for Peace.

Jimmy Choo Takes Control of Hong Kong Operations

British firm will now own five stores and operate wholesale business.

Nicholas Kirkwood, Erdem, Rodarte, Sarah Jessica Parker, Beyonce, Sienna Miller, Freida Pinto, Rhianna, Julianne Moore

Nicholas Kirkwood to Open First U.S.-Based Flagship

The British designer marks his brand's seventh year in business with a second store based in New York.

Maria Sharapova: The Accessories Connection

Her Maria Sharapova by Cole Haan collection of handbags and footwear, which launched in 2009, is about to enter its fifth season.

Frye Expands Brand with First Store

The bootmaker opens new SoHo flagship, a move that signals a new era for the 148-year-old brand.

Manolo Blahnik, Mimi Plange, New York Fashion Week, Asia Society

Manolo Blahnik Partners with Mimi Plange

The duo will debut a spring 2012 shoe collection during Fashion Week.

Deckers, Emu Settle Trademark Lawsuit

Deckers Outdoor Corp., the owner of Ugg Australia, reach settlement, ending a year-long legal battle.

Louboutin/YSL Lawsuit on Hold Pending Appeal

Federal appellate court to decide appeal of the district court’s preliminary injunction ruling before it will address issue of canceling Louboutin’s trademark.

red soles, trademark,

Christian Louboutin, YSL Case Returns to Court

Lawyers to “show cause” as to why the decision should “not be converted to a motion for partial summary judgment canceling Louboutin’s trademark.”

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