Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear


Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

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DKNY Pre-Fall Collection 2009

Classic looks with clean lines were the order of the day, as seen in slouchy boyfriend jackets and renditions of DKNY’s color-blocked dresses.


Vuitton, Dior to Lower Prices in Japan

Louis Vuitton KK said it reduced prices on average 7 percent on leather goods, accessories, ready-to-wear, shoes, watches and jewelry.

Lingerie Execs Expect Practicality to Prevail

The good news is the demand for basic necessities--underwear, socks and t-shirts--isn’t expected to wane.

jourdan dunn, tim walker, Richard James,

Bartley, Bailey Win British Fashion Awards

Event also honors milliner Stephen Jones, Jimmy Choo and Matthew Williamson.

Hilfiger Sets Denim Flagship in Milan

Unit features 10 display windows and a décor reminiscent of the designer's first retail venture.


Ellen Tracy Gets New Logo, Icon

About nine months after the bridge brand changed owners, Ellen Tracy is releasing the first signs of its makeover: a new logo and mark.

A Veteran Returns:
Romeo Gigli Is Back in Fashion

Designer Romeo Gigli launches Io Ipse Idem line.

denim, Kelli Delaney,

Members Only to Launch Denim Line

In the Eighties, the Members Only tag line read, "When you put it on, something happens." Now, that something comes in the form of a jeans line.

Ballantyne Taps New CEO

Ballantyne has tapped Giuseppe Rossi as chief executive officer and general manager.

Deflation Fears Climb as Apparel Prices Slide

Largest October drop on record.

Caribbean Joe CEO Steps Down

CJ Apparel Group chief executive officer Jeffry Levy is stepping down after helping to return the moderate Caribbean Joe brand to profitability.

French Trade Shows: Managing the Downturn

French fairs look to value-added services to help weather the financial storm.

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