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SEASONED LABELS WIN LAURELS

Byline: Arthur Friedman

NEW YORK -- Call them the outerwear veterans.
There's enough history in the top 10 brands in this category to fill a book, and they've all built a...

– November 19, 1997

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DISNEY'S NET PEAKS FOR YEAR, 4TH QUARTER

BURBANK, Calif. -- Led by a 20 percent earnings gain in the Creative Content segment, The Walt Disney Co., parent of Fairchild Publications, reported record earnings and...

– November 19, 1997

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HOW THE SURVEY WAS DONE

Byline: Ira P. Schneiderman

NEW YORK -- Brands are hot, and they're driving the apparel business. But which brands are the most recognized among American consumers?
The latest WWD...

– November 19, 1997

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MONEY TALKS IN THE POOL

Byline: Anne D'Innocenzio

NEW YORK -- Given the consolidation of the swimwear industry, it doesn't come as a surprise that seven of the 10 swimwear brands that made it to the list of...

– November 19, 1997

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WARNER BROS. ON THE WEB: A ONE-STOP SHOP

Byline: Kim Ann Zimmermann

NEW YORK -- Warner Bros. is planning "a shopping mall" on the Internet to sell apparel and other goods from a variety of retailers, in...

– November 19, 1997

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CLAUDE MONTANA FILES FOR CREDIT PROTECTION; RESTRUCTURING PLANNED

Byline: Sarah Raper / Katherine Weisman

PARIS -- Claude Montana is caught in a squeeze.
The fashion house Tuesday said it has filed for...

– November 19, 1997

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AWARENESS FOLLOWS FUNCTION

Byline: Wendy Hessen

NEW YORK -- When it comes to awareness of accessories brands, pace-setting fashion is not the most important consideration, judging from the list of stalwarts...

– November 19, 1997

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DENIM, SHEER DRIVE FALL BUSINESS

Byline: Rusty Williamson

DALLAS -- Moderate sportswear winners for fall and early holiday include the classics and a few surprises at three major retailers -- Macy's East,...

– November 19, 1997

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– November 19, 1997

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STRENESSE TAKES AIM AT U.S.

Byline: Miles Socha, New York, and Melissa Drier, Nordlingen

NEW YORK -- Gerd Strehle, owner and chief executive of the German fashion house Strenesse, spies a new breed of...

– November 19, 1997

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JEANS POWERHOUSES SLUG IT OUT

Byline: Miles Socha

NEW YORK -- Call them The Big Three of the denim world.
Levi Strauss, Lee and Wrangler have a lock on consumers as the most recognizable jeanswear brands in...

– November 19, 1997

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RETAILERS AND MAKERS SHARE GLORY

Byline: Anne D'Innocenzio

NEW YORK -- This time, Dockers and Liz Claiborne Inc. traded places in the two top spots among the 10 most recognizable sportswear brands, and...

– November 19, 1997

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