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Richard Wightman, Former WWD Reporter

Richard Wightman chronicled the liberalization of apparel and textile trade from its early days and over five presidencies.

Brooks Brothers Touts Supima in Spring Campaign

Brooks Brothers is devoting the biggest part of its spring-summer marketing budget ever — 50 percent — to one of its strongest suits: Supima cotton clothing.

Kellan Lutz, Mehcad Brooks, Fernando Verdasco, Hidetoshi Nakata

WWD Exclusive: First Look at Calvin Klein's Racy Men's Underwear Campaign

Models include Kellan Lutz of "Twilight."

versace, gaultier, alice in wonderland, avatar, finch, dolce & gabbana

A New Wave of Films Has Fashion Fixated

"Alice in Wonderland," “Tron Legacy," "Baaria," and "Avatar" influence top fashion designers, from Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana to Donatella Versace.

dan abrams, styelite, Verena von Pfetten, Ruthie Friedlander, Style Sheets,

Dan Abrams to Launch Style Site

Dan Abrams — NBC’s chief legal analyst and a former MSNBC host, most recently of “Verdict With Dan Abrams” — launches Styleite.com this month.

Guy Trebay,

Q&A: Guy Trebay

Of fashion’s prominent critics, Guy Trebay perhaps wins the prize for biggest skeptic.

dolce & gabbana, iphone, app

Dolce & Gabbana Launches Show App

Not to be outdone in the technology race, Dolce & Gabbana is upping the Internet ante yet again.

bloggers, tavi, bryanboy, pop magazine, susie buble, susie lau, late afternoon,

Fashion's New Fever: Bloggers in Spotlight As They Aim for Fame

Fashion bloggers like Tavi Gevinson and Bryanboy are courted, coddled and charmed like never before by houses like Marc Jacobs and Rodarte.

Loft Gift Cards for Bloggers Stir Buzz

A new Loft blogging strategy has created some buzz, but not entirely the kind intended.

Alexander Lebedev, Geordie Greig, Tatler, Rod Liddle, J.K. Rowling

Alexander Lebedev: The Year Ahead

Alexander Lebedev, a former KGB agent who’s now one of Russia’s richest individuals, is changing the face of London’s media landscape.

Andy Cohen, The Rachel Zoe Project, Top Chef, The Real Housewives

Andy Cohen: Bravo’s Golden Boy

The senior vice president of original programming and development has masterminded hits such as "Top Chef," "The Real Housewives" and "The Rachel Zoe Project."

Twitter, Jack Dorsey, Arianna Huffington

Twitter's Jack Dorsey: The Year Ahead

If it has become difficult to leave the house before determining how to sum it up in 140 characters or less, Jack Dorsey is partially to blame.

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