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CHARLES IN CHARGE

Byline: Patricia Reynoso

NEW YORK -- Charles Glueck considers himself the Robin Hood of the fashion world. His mission, he says, is "to take from the rich and give to the career girl." And he...

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JURY FINDS AGAINST KMART IN ABDUCTION CASE

JACKSON, Miss. -- A jury awarded a $3.4 million judgment against Kmart Corp. to a woman and her daughter abducted in 1992 in front of the discounter's Jackson, Miss.,...

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NISSHINBO'S SSP RECEIVES COTTON INC.'S GLOBAL AWARD

NEW YORK -- A wrinkle-resistant all-cotton fabric called SSP (Super Soft Peach Phase) developed by the Japanese firm Nisshinbo Industries garnered the global...

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KMART MAPS PLANS TO CLOSE IN ON WAL-MART, TARGET VOLUME

Byline: Thomas J. Ryan

DETROIT -- Kmart Corp. still falls way behind Wal-Mart and Target, but Floyd Hall, the discount giant's chief executive officer,...

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GAP PLANS MAIL ORDER CATALOG, SALES ON THE NET BY 3RD PERIOD

Byline: Teena Hammond

SAN FRANCISCO -- Gap Inc. will soon be selling its merchandise through the mail via a catalog and on the Internet, according...

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DKNY DRESSES MET HOTEL STAFF

Byline: Dianne M. Pogoda

NEW YORK -- Christina Ong doesn't do things in a small way.
So when the megaretailer was in the market for uniforms for the employees at her hot new...

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SUITS GET A KICK IN THE PANTS

Byline: Eric Wilson

NEW YORK -- Suit makers aren't counting on a blowout fall, but several bright spots in their spring business and a big-name dropout are offering rare growth...

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GUESS SLATES STORE FOR SOHO

NEW YORK -- Guess will open its first freestanding apparel store in New York at 537 Broadway, in SoHo, this fall.
The 7,000-square-foot store, in a landmark building between Prince and...

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A TENCEL FALL

Byline: Allegra Holch

NEW YORK -- In its continuing effort to give Tencel an expanding spot on the fashion map, Courtaulds Fibers is suggesting a variety of blends and fabrications to spark fall...

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STUDENTS TAKE A FANCY TO LACE

Byline: Allegra Holch

NEW YORK -- Creativity abounded in this year's "I Design" student competition for lace and embroidery design.
"The designs are very interesting -- they...

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THE FIBER STORY ON THE RUNWAY

NEW YORK -- Courtaulds Fibers took its Tencel story directly to consumers last week.
"It's the first new fiber in 30 years," June Lauck, marketing manager for Courtaulds Fibers'...

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NEW TRICKS FOR OLD FIBERS

Byline: Stuart Chirls

NEW YORK -- Millions of dollars in research. Years in development. Countless hours of product trial and error. So, what's the newest high tech,...

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