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Malo and Ferré Sales Set for June

The new owners of the Malo and Gianfranco Ferré brands will be decided in June.

Sadove Cites Fragility of Economic Rebound

Stephen I. Sadove, chairman and chief executive officer of Saks Inc., is cautioning against “overexuberance.”

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Armani Unveils Hotel in Dubai

Armani's first hotel in the world occupies eight floors of the soaring Burj Khalifa in Dubai.

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Tansky Ending Reign at Neiman Marcus

Burton Tansky, ceo of The Neiman Marcus Group and a leading figure in luxury retailing, will retire on Oct. 6.

Ungaro Men's Designer Exits

The changes at Emanuel Ungaro just keep coming.

Usai Uniform

Italian Military Outfitter Launches Usai Collection For Civilians

Uniform Srl, which has manufactured military uniforms for Italy for more than 40 years, has created a civilian collection called Usai.

Ferragamo Sales in Japan Rise

Salvatore Ferragamo SpA chief executive officer Michele Norsa said the house is performing more strongly than expected in Japan.

Costume National Gets Investor

Japanese-Chinese investment banking business Sequedge has taken an initial 17 percent share in Costume National.

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Designers, Observers Weigh in on Separate Men's Fashion Week

Milan has one. Paris has one. A lot of people think it’s high time New York had one, too — a dedicated men’s fashion week, that is.

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Calvin Klein on the Road to Shanghai

The Calvin Klein road show descended upon China, the company’s fastest-growing market in the world, in the form of a multibrand live runway presentation.

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Burberry Sales Rise 7 Percent in Half

Retail sales rose 14 percent, while wholesale revenues declined 7 percent.

Luxury Goods Sales Seen Rising 4 Percent

Luxury goods sales are expected to grow 4 percent this year as a result of brisk 2009 holiday shopping.

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