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TALBOTS PUMPS UP BUDGET FOR NEW AD DRIVE

Byline: David Moin

NEW YORK -- Working hard to raise its profile and reverse slumping sales trends, Talbots will spend $13 million on new image advertising this fall...

– August 6, 1997

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IN THE MIDDLE

DELTA BURKE'S NEW DEALS: Delta Burke Design Inc. will market an exclusive line for QVC during a two-hour stint on Aug. 13, its first venture with the home shopping network. It will run from 10 p.m. to...

– August 6, 1997

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BOTTOMS UP

NEW YORK -- Forget party dresses. Pants are primed to take over this holiday season. Contemporary designers are infusing these basics with plenty of shine, texture and innovative details. And while loose...

– August 6, 1997

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LACE CASE

Beautiful, feminine and versatile, lace is a favorite for tops, skirts and dresses this season.

– August 5, 1997

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BLACK BEAUTIES

Get ready for a new take on the little black dress. The old standby has been reinvented this season in spare shapes with sexy slits, pretty designs and delicate overlays.

– August 5, 1997

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KNIT HITS

There's just no stopping them. Knits continue their reign, showing up in the sleek shapes of the season

– August 5, 1997

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LONG DISTANCE

Sexy streamlined silhouettes get a boost this season from bright colors, jewels or geometric designs.

– August 5, 1997

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ROCK ON

Move over, heavy metal; rocks rule this season. Jewelry designers favor chunky stones and gems for pieces that are as beautiful as they are bold.

– August 5, 1997

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LESS IS MORE -- REALLY
THE SOUTHWEST IS WELCOMING AN ERA OF RELATIVELY LESS ORNAMENTATION.

Byline: Rusty Williamson

DALLAS -- While sparkle, shine and glitz flashdanced their way through fashion in the...

– August 5, 1997

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STABLE COTTON PRICES SEEN

Byline: Joanna Ramey

WASHINGTON -- Raw cotton prices will remain relatively steady over the next two years as farmers worldwide devote more acres to growing the fiber in response to...

– August 5, 1997

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RANDOLPH DUKE: TALKING SPRING

Byline: Holly Haber

DALLAS -- Resort and early spring are on deck, and Halston, one of the hottest launches of the year, is weighing in with designer Randolph Duke's choices in...

– August 5, 1997

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SWEATER GIRLS

With the knit craze showing no sign of slowing down, it's no wonder that comfy sweaters are also going strong. Whether long, boxy or cropped, they remain an everyday favorite.

– August 5, 1997

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