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Zegna Latest Firm Dented by Currency Woes

The privately owned Italian clothing and textile firm is investing in the future despite uncertain times ahead.

Hermès Sales Jump 10.1% in Q1

The French firm is maintaining its long-term guidance for 10 percent annual growth despite currency headwinds.

VF: Denim Comeback Seen in Second Half

After several years of struggles and a weak first quarter, the company believes its jeans business will return to growth this year.

Champion Highlights Strong Q1 at Hanesbrands

Cold weather boosts fleece sales as innerwear slumps.

Currency, Investments Hit OTB Net in 2013

Revenues at the fashion group were in line with the previous year and the foundation has been set for further expansion.

Burberry Sales Climb 16.3% in Second Half

Men — and their gadgets — led to the bounce in sales, which hit 1.3 billion pounds, or $2.13 billion.

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Peter Morton and Jimmy Iovine Invest in Genetic Denim

In a bid to become a brand embodying L.A.’s creative lifestyle, Genetic Denim has attracted two prominent entrepreneurs: Peter Morton and Jimmy Iovine.

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Industry's New Millstone: Currency Fluctuation

The currency bogeyman is back, and has plans to wreak increasing havoc on European luxury — and high-street — companies’ global revenues.

Versace Details Blackstone Deal

Donatella Versace and her daughter Allegra Versace Beck have linked their 20 and 50 percent stakes, respectively, in GiVi.

Love Stories: Investors in the Luxury Arena

Investors are falling for shares of luxe companies with a simple story to tell.

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Bernard Arnault Vows to Keep LVMH's Upmarket Drive

As if the world didn’t already know it, Bernard Arnault is all about luxury — and he’s sticking to it.

Joe's Jeans Aiming Else Brand Elsewhere

The company is adjusting distribution of its subbrand to life after Macy’s, and moving more of Hudson’s production to Mexico.

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