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SUGAR IS SPUN FROM TART

Byline: Kristi Ellis

LOS ANGELES -- Venturing into the mass market, Knucklehead...

– January 29, 1998

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DESPITE ASIAN IMPACT ON POLYESTER, RECORD QUARTER FOR DUPONT

Byline: Thomas J. Ryan

NEW YORK -- Despite the beating polyester prices...

– January 29, 1998

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MACKIE SETS FOCUS ON CUSTOM ORDERS

Byline: Eric Wilson

NEW YORK -- Bob Mackie Design Group...

– January 29, 1998

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JAKE'S LADDER

Byline: Julie L. Belcove

NEW YORK -- Perhaps the only time Jake Kasdan had second...

– January 29, 1998

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AAMA SETS CONFAB TOPIC

NEW YORK -- "Global Enterprise 2002: Strategies for Success in the Sewn...

– January 29, 1998

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WOMEN'S ENLARGED AT HANSEN

NEW YORK -- Helly Hansen U.S. has beefed up its fall sportswear and snowboard looks for women.
The...

– January 29, 1998

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PENNEY'S TO SHUTTER 75 STORES

Byline: Holly Haber / With contributions from Arthur Friedman and Wendy...

– January 28, 1998

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CLASSICAL JAZZ

Tweeds and knits take center stage for fall as designers do striking variations on the...

– January 28, 1998

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NEW REEBOK SYSTEM DODGES 2000 PROBLEM

Byline: Kim Ann Zimmermann

NEW YORK -- Reebok International Ltd. is...

– January 28, 1998

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RUFFO'S NEW DIRECTION
A QUIET LEATHER HOUSE TAKES A NEW TACK TO BOOST ITS SIGNATURE LINE.

Byline: Alessandra...

– January 28, 1998

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NAUTICA: ROUGH SAILING IN WOMEN'S WEAR

Byline: Anne D'Innocenzio

NEW YORK -- Translating Nautica's bold...

– January 28, 1998

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WORLDLY INSPIRATION
A DESIGN TEAM BASES ITS COLLECTIONS ON AN INTERNATIONAL ARRAY OF CULTURES AND PHILOSOPHIES.

Byline:...

– January 28, 1998

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