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Back-to-School Poses Stiff 3rd-Qtr. Challenge

Shoppers are out earlier, but the quest is for bargains.

Bulgari Narrows Guidance; Second Quarter Profits Fall 8.8 Percent

Italy's Bulgari SpA reined in its full-year guidance to the lower end of estimates, hurt by a drop in watch sales and a slowdown in the Americas and Italy.

An Offer for Jil Sander?

Owner said to get bid from Chinese investors.

Dawn Robertson,

Dawn Robertson Hired as Sean John President

Dawn Robertson, the former president of Old Navy, has joined Sean John as president, WWD has learned.

Safilo Shares Tumble

Fall in profit hits stock.

Luxottica Profits Hit by Economy

Exposure to the U.S. market hit Luxottica Group SpA for the second straight quarter, but the Italian eyewear giant still expects to meet its full-year goals.

Safilo Revised Down its Full Year Outlook

MILAN - Italy's Safilo Group SpA revised its full year outlook, and reduced second quarter earnings by more than a third.

Boss Reports Loss in Quarter

Hugo Boss reported a net loss of 6.1 million euros, or $9.5 million, in the second quarter on a 9 percent rise in sales.

German Chain Hertie Files for Bankruptcy

The struggling German department store chain, Hertie, filed for bankruptcy today, underscoring weaknesses in the German retail sector.

Aeffe Earnings, Sales Gain in First Half

Italian fashion group Aeffe SpA on Thursday posted growth in full-year sales and profits after reporting a 2 percent gain in first-half revenues and earnings.

Mervyns Receives DIP Approval

Court approves $465 million financing facility on an interim basis.

Revlon Returns to Black in Quarter

Revlon Inc. reversed year-ago losses in the second quarter thanks in part to better sales from both its U.S. and international divisions.

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