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Paul Levy Talks YSL With The Atlantic

Levy spoke at the Hudson Hotel as part of the magazine’s “View from the Top: Exploring the Route to Success.”

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Buyers Laud London's Color and Street Cred

Streetwear, tailoring, accessories and a load of patterns and colors were the big trends, and buyers said they are ready to increase their London budgets.

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Cacharel Refocuses on Women's RTW

The French fashion house has suspended production of its children’s and men’s lines.

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Olivier Theyskens to Exit Theory

Theyskens plans to pursue other design projects. His final collection for Theory will be pre-spring 2015.

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BCBG to Launch in India

The company has signed with Reliance Brands to enter the Indian market.

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Gucci to Fund Tapestries Restoration

Ten 16th-century tapestries in Florence will return to their original home, courtesy of the brand.

Italian Execs Upbeat About U.S.

Quality and craftsmanship are fundamental assets for Italy's luxury goods firms, but the stock market is now viewed as a top option for growth.

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Roksanda Ilincic in Expansion Mode

Backed by a new minority investor, Ilincic has opened her first store, re-branded her company as Roksanda, and plans to open more stand-alone units.

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Cara Delevingne Does Capsule for DKNY

The London-born runway regular and budding actress is collaborating with the brand on a capsule collection, slated to hit stores in November.

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Chanel Brings Runway Show to Tokyo

The brand reprised its Paris-Dallas Metiers d’Art runway show, building an expansive Texas saloon-style set.

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Loewe Redesigns Logos and Packaging

The Spanish brand's makeover is taking shape, from a new graphic identity to plans for art-driven store concepts in key cities.

Ferré Foundation Adds to Collection

The foundation now counts a total of 3,000 items, also boosted by private donations.

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