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Lectra Panel Discusses Made in America

The arguments for the movement's role in the global supply chain have crystallized in the last couple of years.

NYC Fashion Production Fund Launches

The $2 million fund will provide financing for production at below-market rates to emerging New York City-based brands in order to bolster manufacturing.

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Week in Review: 04/12/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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Bernard Arnault Vows to Keep LVMH's Upmarket Drive

As if the world didn’t already know it, Bernard Arnault is all about luxury — and he’s sticking to it.

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Glen Senk Links With Berkshire Partners

Retail executive and private equity firm have formed Front Row Partners — which plans to build a portfolio of companies in the retail and consumer sectors.

Mass Faintings Hit Cambodia's Garment Sector Again

More than 200 workers at three factories fainted on Wednesday and Thursday due to noxious paint fumes, a Ministry of Labor official and a union leader said.

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Prada's Patrizio Bertelli Talks Expansion and Growth

The ceo was keen to illustrate investments in manufacturing, product diversification and retail expansion at a meeting with investors and the press.

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U.S. Production Momentum Faces Obstacles

Made in America is undoubtedly a growing movement, but there are caveats.

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Brands Deal With Russian Uncertainty

Fashion brands and retailers say they see little impact yet from growing tensions with Russia over Ukraine, but they remain on edge.

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Week in Review: 03/29/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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Week in Review: 03/22/2014

WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.

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Li & Fung Defends 'Middleman' Model

The sourcing giant's ceo Bruce Rockowitz is optimistic about the future, noting that the troubled LF USA unit swung back to profitability in fiscal 2013.

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