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THE TRENDS

Byline: Jessica Kerwin

Swarms of butterflies were everywhere:...

– February 25, 1998

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FASHION COTERIE AT A GLANCE

When: Sunday, March 1-Tuesday, March 3
Where: The Show Piers 88, 90, 92, Twelfth Avenue at...

– February 25, 1998

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THE PLEAT GOES ON

NEW YORK -- Designers are keeping an eye on pleats, along with smocking, knits and...

– February 25, 1998

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COLOR BOUYS DALLAS

Byline: Rusty Williamson

DALLAS -- Colorful summer items and early fall sportswear helped spark the...

– February 25, 1998

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KNIT PICKS

Byline: Elizabeth Gladfelter

Amelia Takes Off

Amelia Williams, a founder of the sweater line Bette Paige, has launched...

– February 25, 1998

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CAREER APPAREL INSTITUTE BESTOWS ANNUAL AWARDS

Byline: Dianne M. Pogoda

NEW YORK -- So...

– February 25, 1998

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WWD/MAGIC
A FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

Byline: Anne D'Innocenzio / With contributions from Kristi Ellis

"We...

– February 25, 1998

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WWD/MAGIC
A FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH

Byline: Anne D'Innocenzio / With contributions from Kristi Ellis

LAS VEGAS -- ...

– February 25, 1998

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BUYERS BULLISH ON KNITS
RETAILERS ARE GENERALLY ARMED WITH INCREASED BUDGETS AS THEY LOOK FOR NEW FALL TRENDS.

Byline:...

– February 25, 1998

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COVER STORY

Fall's suits and coats, in classic men's wear looks, are softened with feminine touches.

– February 25, 1998

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MAGASCHONI PARENT TO BACK ACATRINI

Byline: Miles Socha

NEW YORK -- Help has arrived for Natalie...

– February 25, 1998

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GUESS LOSES $2.1M IN PERIOD; STORE CLOSINGS CITED

LOS ANGELES -- After a $3.1 million charge for store closings, Guess Inc....

– February 25, 1998

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