Designer and Luxury


Designer and Luxury

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McQueen Brand to Launch Underwear

Among Lee Alexander McQueen’s final projects was a men’s underwear collection, licensed to Italy’s Albisetti SpA.

Tod's Profits Up 3.5 Percent

Boosted by the performance of its footwear division and growth in Italy and Asia, Tod’s SpA last year posted a net profit of 85.7 million euros.

Bidermann Plans Reunion

Bidermann Industries, a powerhouse of designer labels throughout the late Seventies and Eighties, is planning a reunion.

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Vuitton's Yves Carcelle on Asia

Yves Carcelle took some time to extol some of his characteristic optimism about the growing demand for luxury goods in markets both mature and developing.

Suit Yourself

Soft tailoring here, strong shoulders there. Confused yet?

Defining Moments

Galliano’s pyrotechnics, Moncler’s campers and a bout with Gaultier were among the highlights for fall.

Alexander McQueen:
Magic and Loss

Fashion suffered a great loss when Lee Alexander McQueen took his own life on February 11, as the New York runway shows were about to get under way.

Yohji Yamamoto to Show Men's in Tokyo

The one-off show will take place April 1.

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Cardin on Cardin

Pierre Cardin, the last postwar couturier still heading his own label, speaks to WWD.

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The 82nd Annual Academy Awards

Looks from the red-carpet at the 2010 Academy Awards.

Hilfiger Talks History and Conglomerates

Tommy Hilfiger, when asked about PVH rumors, said: "I wouldn’t want to be part of a large conglomerate with no control at all."

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Aquascutum Designers Resign

At Aquascutum, Graeme Fidler and Michael Herz have handed in their resignation.

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