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Wilhelmina Models Team to Ring Nasdaq Bell

The event will double as a coming-out party for the founder’s daughter Melissa Wilhelmina Cooper, who is now taking a more public role as brand officer.

Lilly Pulitzer Shines at Oxford in Q2

The company’s earnings decline 4.7 percent, but exceed analysts’ estimates.

Fashion Stocks in Decline

New smartwatch fails to life Apple shares, Jack Ma brings his roadshow to Boston.

Burlington Stores Cuts Q2 Loss

Sales rise 8.3 percent with comps ahead 4.7 percent in period.

Alibaba Group Submits Video Roadshow to SEC

The 38 minute video is essentially a pitch of data points that are in previous regulatory filings.

WWD Global Stock Tracker Down 0.5%

U.S. retail index drops 0.7 percent for day.

Primark Sales Gain 4.5%

Improving sales and operating margin boost fortunes of parent Associated British Foods.

Charges Weigh on Net-a-porter

Sales advanced 22.6 percent to 532.6 million pounds, or $846.8 million, on the back of the new investments, and from growth across all markets.

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Alibaba to Lead IPO Charge

The company is expected to raise at least $21 billion in its initial public offering, making it one of the largest offerings in history.

Quiksilver Shares Pull Back on Weak Q3

Shares of Quiksilver Inc. lost nearly a quarter of their value Friday.

Kors Prices Secondary Offering

Michael Kors Holdings Ltd. priced Silas Chou and Lawrence Stroll’s remaining 11.6 million shares at $76.75 each.

Boden Pretax Profits Flat in Fiscal 2013

Sales climb 5 percent, fuelled by international markets.

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