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Dolce & Gabbana Betting On New Lineup

MILAN -- Dolce & Gabbana is growing up.

Eight years after Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana unveiled their first fashion-forward styles, the operation has evolved into a diversified company with annual sales of $85 million and ambitious...

Leonard Feinberg Joins Patrick Group

NEW YORK -- Leonard Feinberg this week became the third former executive of The Leslie Fay Cos. to become affiliated with the Patrick Group, a year-old ready-to-wear and sportswear business here.

Feinberg, who was chairman of the Theo Miles...

Searle: a Full House

NEW YORK - Searle, best known for its coats and shearlings, is making the move into sportswear. While the company has offered sportswear items before, such as chenille sweaters, the new spring collection consists of full groups and will be carried in...

Star Trek

Metallics are turning out to be one of the hottest spring trends since Captain Kirk wore flared pants.

Summer Sheer


NEW YORK - Innerwear designers have always had a love affair with sheer fabrics.

Summer Sheer

This season's lighter-than-air fabrics are sheer brilliance.

Lace The Nation

Bodywear designers are lacing up for spring.


Eye Scoop

Princess Caroline of Monaco has taken her biggest fan club to court. She has sued Point de Vue, a fawning French weekly that calls itself "The Magazine for Today's Princes." The affair started last September, when Point de Vue published an innocuous...

Daily Special

LOS ANGELES -- Behind every strong man...

Nancy Daly strides into the tearoom of the Westwood Marquis looking like a blond Jackie Kennedy -- the shoulder-length bob, simple, expensive gray dress, gold jewelry, good handbag, terrific figure --...

Tom Murry Named Tahari President

NEW YORK -- Tom Murry has been named president of Tahari, replacing Alan Grosman, who left the firm on Dec. 24. Grosman joined the firm as president a year ago.

Murry has been executive vice president of sales and marketing for Tahari for seven...

The Next Wave: The Conclusion To WWD's Two-Part Feature On Up-And-Coming Designers

Robert Danes

Robert Danes says he's probably the only Yale man to get a sewing machine for a graduation present. But then, he's probably the only history major in his class who dreamt of heading to Seventh Avenue.


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