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Newsreel: New Liz Board Member... Zimmerman Returns To Dry Land... Emma & Posh...

Kenneth B. Gilman has been elected to Liz Claiborne Inc.'s board, bringing the number of directors to 10.

Givenchy Displays New Spirit With Paris Flagship

Givenchy unveils the final piece of its rejuvenation puzzle on Wednesday: a gallerylike Paris boutique featuring a series of black-box display suites and a...

New Timex CEO Sets Growth Agenda

Hans-Kristian Hoejsgaard, the new president and chief executive officer of the $700 million Timex Group, wants to build the firm's luxury offerings and...

Stuart Vevers Revisits Loewe Roots

Loewe's new creative director, Stuart Vevers, is on a mission to channel the aristocratic roots of the brand â¿¿ as the official supplier to Spain's...

Nouvel's New Take on L'Homme

YSL Beaute has tapped architect Jean Nouvel to build on the success of its L'Homme Yves Saint Laurent scent, which ranked as the sixth best-selling men's...

A Vote of Confidence: Claiborne Board Backs CEO McComb's Strategy

The Liz Claiborne Inc. board is standing by its man.

Marzotto Exiting Valentino

The Valentino exodus continues. Valentino Fashion Group said Friday that company chairman Matteo Marzotto would leave the iconic atelier.

Jones Names Kim to Anne Klein Unit

Jones Apparel Group Inc. has tapped Ted Kim to be vice president of design for its Anne Klein New York division, a new position.

Giles Deacon Unveils More Feminine Look for Fay

The latest outerwear brand to believe that quilted nylon and silk flower appliqués belong together is the Tod's Group-owned Fay, which has tapped Giles...

Salzer to Depart Hugo Boss

In an unexpected move, Hugo Boss AG and its long-standing chief executive, Bruno Sÿlzer, are parting ways.

In Brief: Sears Job Cuts... U.S. Appeals WTO Ruling... IP Enforcement Up

Sears Holdings Corp. plans on cutting 200 support jobs from its Hoffman Estates, Ill., headquarters, trimming 4 percent of its 5,000-strong workforce there.

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.

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