Designer and Luxury

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Designer and Luxury

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Buyers Note Color, Wearability at Milan Shows

For retailers, standout collections included Bottega Veneta, Burberry Prorsum, and Prada.

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Hugo Boss Growing U.S. Retail Networks

Strong U.S. revenues have prompted Hugo Boss AG to bolster its retail and wholesale networks stateside.

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Balenciaga Opens Men's Store in Paris

Balenciaga this week unveils its first freestanding men’s boutique.

Q&A: Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana

Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana talk about the past, the present and the future of their men’s wear business.

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Manny Chirico: Man In Charge

PVH chief Manny Chirico heads up a $4.8 billion fashion giant with the Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger brands in its portfolio.

Jil Sander

Raf Simons: The Influencer

Raf Simons, creative director at Jil Sander, reflects on the balance between that brand’s minimalist legacy and his own relentless focus on the future.

Bob Mitchell

As Luxe Would Have It: The High-End Market Rebound

Racked by recession, the luxury market has begun to rebound, with elite brands offering gentler prices. But the affluent consumer isn’t the same.

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Milan Men's Fashion Preview: Brioni

Sportswear has become a major focal point for Brioni as it extends its top-flight quality and service beyond tailored clothing.

Milan Men's Fashion Preview: Alexander McQueen

For her first men’s wear in the wake of Alexander McQueen’s death, creative director Sarah Burton pushed forward with the house’s tailoring legacy.

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Calvin Klein Plots Berlin Event

The World of Calvin Klein is coming here in a big way on July 7.

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Hermès Grows in Chicago

Hermès has stepped up its presence here, more than doubling in size at a new retail location at Oak and Rush Streets in Chicago.

Valentino Sees Sales Uptick in Half

Valentino Fashion Group's wholesale revenues are expected to shoot up 25 percent.

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