Designer and Luxury


Designer and Luxury

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Zegna Profits Rise in Period

Zegna’s earnings were up 10 percent in 2007.

Men's Raises Profile in London

During the latest round of shows, men’s wear had its own time slot during London Fashion Week.

Tom Ford Label Takes Off at Harrods

The Tom Ford Men’s Wear collection went on sale last week at Harrods.


Many mills rejuvenated their spring/summer 2009 offerings with a much-needed shot of color.

Versace Men's Set for Retail Return

Versace’s men’s runway line is set to return to the U.S. retail market this month when the spring collection makes its debut at Barneys New York.

Gucci Opens in Trump Tower

Gucci has opened a new global flagship on Fifth Avenue and 56th Street in New York.

A Woman's Touch

Started almost by accident, Antonio Lorenzini founded the premium shirting company upon being told by his doctor to move from Milan to the Northern Italian.

Zegna Debuts 'Global' Store in NYC

Ermenegildo Zegna threw open the doors to its Peter Marino–designed “global” flagship in New York.

Direct Male

After seasons marked by anorexic silhouettes and wisps of masculinity, male power made a comeback on the Milan Runways.

Ralph to Take L'Uomo Space

Ralph Lauren is taking over L'Uomo's space on Bleecker Street in New York.

Barneys Bows in the City of Sin

Barneys New York has opened an 81,000-square-foot, three-level store at The Shoppes at The Palazzo Las Vegas

Show of Strength

At Pitti Pitti Immagine Uomo tt was hardly doomsday, but vendors and retailers during the event showed restraint while expressing subdued optimism

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