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LOOKING EAST

It's East meets West this season as Asian motifs continue to influence the accessories market.

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POLYESTER PULLS NEW FANS

NEW YORK -- Polyester has undergone an image overhaul since the Seventies disco days, and five celebrities from the Sixties, Seventies and Eighties helped to bring that message to consumers...

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MARKS BROS. EARNS $540,000

CHICAGO -- Marks Bros. Jewelers Inc. reported first-quarter earnings of $540,000, or 5 cents a share, against a loss of $858,000 a year ago.
Earnings have been adjusted for the company's...

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BLENDS, NARROW FABRICS HELP PUT TEXFI BACK IN BLACK IN 2ND QUARTER

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Strength in blends and narrow fabrics helped put Texfi Industries back into the black in the second quarter and six months after...

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QUARTER NET AT LESLIE FAY UP 97.9%

NEW YORK -- First-quarter profits at The Leslie Fay Cos. Inc. surged 97.9 percent on an 18.4 percent sales gain.
The women's sportswear and dress manufacturer, reorganizing in...

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GET SHORTY

Short is back. And the sexy length is perfect for after-hours dressing.

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EVENING NEWS

Evening looks run the gamut this season, ranging from exotic animal prints to the little black dress. Here, a sampling.

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MARKET BASKET

BIDDING FOR KIDS: More than $30,000 was generated last Tuesday when the Fashion Center Business Improvement District hosted its first fund-raiser. It was at the Children's Museum of Manhattan to support...

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THE REAL THING

Dallas's proximity to Mexico has assured it of never running short of Tex-Mex restaurants.
What the city has lacked, though, are restaurants that serve authentic Mexican cuisine, which varies...

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ISETAN GOES BACK IN BLACK FOR '96

TOKYO -- After taking a charge of $114 million (13.1 billion yen) for guarantees on debt of its Barneys operations in the U.S., Isetan Co. Ltd. returned to profit of $37 million...

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AFTER 5 PLAGUE YEARS, MIAMI'S RETAIL SCENE IS REVIVED, EXPANDING

Byline: Georgia Lee

MIAMI -- Between hurricanes and crime waves, retailing in this city has gone through a five-year nightmare. Now, it has...

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TAKING SIDES

Pantsuits play both sides this season, showing up in casual versions for day and sleeker versions for night.

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