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Theo Fennell Bids Farewell

Jewelry designer Theo Fennell will step down as creative director of his company next year, and cease to be involved in any operational management.

Beauty Beat: Bamford Progresses Into Natural Body Care

Beauty is getting the Bamford treatment. The brand began introducing items from its Bamford Body line in its stores in December.

Mariette Resigns From Quiksilver

Quiksilver Inc. president Bernard Mariette has resigned with the possible intention of acquiring the Rossignol group, which Quiksilver said last month it...

IT Holding's Perna Discusses Timing of Lars Nilsson Move

Referring to the short-lived marriage between Lars Nilsson and the house of Ferre, IT Holding's Tonino Perna believes that in the case of divorce, it's...

Macy's to Cut 2,550 Jobs in Restructuring

Macy's Inc. will downsize from seven to four regional operations, eliminating 2,550 positions from buyers to back-office workers and senior officials, as it...

Joseph A. President Exits Firm

As better knit company Joseph A. was in talks to be acquired by the Tharanco Group, Joseph A. president Carole Alexander left to take over as Nubby knitwear...

Limited Taps Exec for International Post

Preparing to grow overseas, Limited Brands Inc. on Wednesday named Martin Waters as executive vice president, international.

Who's Training Future CEOs?

When was the last time a top retail or apparel executive was recruited to run a major company outside the industry?

In Brief: Perry Ellis Gets Liz Brands... Aston Joins Roger Vivier...

Liz Claiborne has completed the sale of Laundry By Design and C&C California to Perry Ellis International for $37 million.

Deb Shops Names CEO

Deb Shops Inc., the nationwide junior chain, has named 30-year retail veteran Diane M. Paccione as chief executive officer.

Tibi to Do Capsule Collection for Hue

Hue has unveiled its second partner in its Guest Designer Program: Amy Smilovic's whimsical, contemporary label, Tibi.

Taking It Up a Notch: Gucci's Jumbo Flagship Raises Bar on 5th Ave.

Is Fifth Avenue the next Ginza? Gucci's new 46,000-square-foot flagship at 725 Fifth Avenue in takes Manhattan's designer retailing to a whole new level.

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