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Versace Era Begins at Euroitalia

Poised for a double fragrance launch at Cannes Duty Free, Euroitalia's president, Giovanni Sgariboldi, is headed into a new era at a pivotal time in his influential company's development.

Blake Said Exiting Burberry

Industry sources say Burberry's president and chief operating officer, Brian Blake, might soon be leaving his post at the British firm.

A Swank Deal for Guerlain? Hear Company Eyeing Star

Two-time Oscar-winning actress Hilary Swank is said to be in talks to be the new face of Guerlain.

Evelyn Lauder and Liz Hurley Raise $250,000 for Cancer

Evelyn Lauder and Elizabeth Hurley made quite a team.

Beauty Wishes

The top beauty services women would like to receive.

Wolfgang Ley Steps Down as Escada CEO

In his new role, he still will be involved with the brand's development and public image.

The Eyes Have It

NEW YORK — Looks as if makeup artists have caught the glimmer train for spring. From silvery shimmer at Matthew Williamson to hints of gold at Temperley London, eyes are sparkling aplenty — on the brow bone, the eyelid, even in the...

Richemont's Rupert Upbeat on Luxury

Johann Rupert, executive chairman of Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA, said he's upbeat about the luxury goods market generally.

Carol's Daughter Gives Birth to New Store

Carol's Daughter is ready to show off its newest offspring: a store in Harlem.

Diddy Designs to Fund Breast Cancer Research

What's in a name? Ask Evelyn Lauder.

Iman Mobilizes City Mayors, Kicks Off Book Tour

Iman stood alongside Mayor Bloomberg at City Hall here last week as he declared Oct. 15 New York City's official "Beauty of Color Celebration Day."

A Vintage Year for Parfums Givenchy

A vineyard that has suffered can produce great wines.

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