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Flash Dance

Twenty minutes â¿¿ that's how long the intermission lasted at the Metropolitan Opera House Tuesday night, and it made for quite a palate cleanser.

sharon stone, dior china

Dior China Drops Stone After Quake Comments

Sharon Stone may have apologized for her controversial remarks on China's massive earthquake, but it's not stopping the actress from getting her own dose of...

The Old Is New Again: The 'Supes' Hold Sway In Europeans' Fall Ads

To paraphrase Douglas MacArthur, old supermodels never die, they just fade away for a while. And then they come back again.

Memo Pad: Adding Up... A Fine Line Indeed... New Staff...

If business among the women's titles looks dismal, men's fashion magazines don't have much more to brag about. Men's monthlies are reporting softer results,...

Ryka Readies for Growth With Ripa

With Kelly Ripa as its new face, Ryka plans to triple its business by 2009.

Scene: Hope Springs... Garden State Story... Marvelous Night for a Moondance...

Las Vegas, with its endless diversions, adds a few more special venues that offer respite from the business of the day.

Vuitton Rocks On

No matinee idols for Louis Vuitton. Its latest poster boy, Keith Richards, has deep wrinkles, smudged eyeliner and unruly hair as he sits strumming a guitar...

Reebok Kicks Off Freestyle Shoe Campaign

Reebok is taking its iconic Freestyle shoe on a world tour with last week's launch of a campaign promoting an apparel and footwear line inspired by six...

Newsreel: Sun Capital's Sunny Outlook... Michael Phelps-Six Four AND 3-D...

Sun Capital Securities Group LLC's takeover of Kellwood Co. is all but complete.

Cole Marks 25th With New Campaign

Kenneth Cole's spring campaign, shot by Terry Richardson and breaking in March magazines such as Vogue, Men's Health and Vanity Fair, is intended to...

Bits & Bytes

40% of Web shoppers say they are pressed for time.

Vuitton Does First Ads for Film, Television

In a move to reinforce its travel heritage and reach out to potential new consumers, Louis Vuitton is launching its first television and cinema ads.

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