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Fashion Advertising: Controversy — Where Has It Gone?

After shifts from the shocking and suggestive to the socially conscious and aspirational, the fashion industry has entered a new state of advertising: tame.

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LVMH Profits Slide on Asia Slump

The French luxury giant reported a 4.3 percent dip in net profits in the six months to June 30 to 1.51 billion euros, or $2.07 billion.

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Retailers Seek Unique Pieces for Spring

Independent merchants were in an upbeat mood as they visited the booths at Project, Liberty, MRket, Capsule and Agenda in New York this week.

Vineyard Vines Unveiling NYC Unit

The sportswear brand is finally taking the plunge into Manhattan.

NRF Trims Retail Sales Forecast After Soft First Half

The National Retail Federation has cut its retail sales forecast for 2014, citing slow growth in the first half of the year.

Facebook Commerce's Next Wave

The social network is tiptoeing back into the world of e-commerce with its very small, although highly publicized test of a “buy” button that began last week.

The Webster to Open Men's Store

The trendy South Beach retailer will open a separate men's store at 9700 Collins Avenue in Bal Harbour this fall.

America's Oldest Tailor-Made Manufacturer to Unveil New CEO, Flag

When Allan Jones began negotiations to acquire Hardwick Clothes earlier this year, his first priority was to find the leader to guide the firm into the future.

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Louis Leeman to Open First Store in New York

Paris-based luxury footwear brand is opening on the northeast corner of Madison Avenue and 67th Street in December.

Bangladesh Alliance Releases First Annual Report

Labor activists remain encouraged but critical.

Currency Hits Swatch Net in First Half

Watchmaker cites negative currency environment as sales gain 4 percent in period.

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