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BRIEF MOMENT

PARIS -- Remember sex appeal? Emanuel Ungaro certainly does. In fact, he's never forgotten it. And he proved it with the spring collection he showed Sunday, one of his strongest in seasons. Here, an...

– October 21, 1997

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PARIS FINALE
IT WAS A SEASON THAT HAD JUST ABOUT EVERYTHING. AND THERE WAS TRASH WITH CLASS, HANDSOME SPORTSWEAR AND A GROUP OF CLEAN, SPARE LOOKS AS THE PARIS COLLECTIONS DREW TO A CLOSE.

KENZO: Hologram images of...

– October 21, 1997

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HOT TIMES
PARIS FASHION IN ALL ITS INFINITE VARIETY COULDN'T BE HOTTER. SO IT ISN'T SURPRISING THAT TWO MASTERS AT TURNING UP THE HEAT -- VALENTINO AND EMANUEL UNGARO -- DID COLLECTIONS THAT LET OFF A LITTLE...

– October 21, 1997

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LEVENTHAL: THE GLOBAL VIEW

Byline: Stuart Chirls

NEW YORK -- During his 40 years with Burlington Industries, Bernard (Bud) Leventhal, who will retire Jan. 31 as vice chairman, says he has witnessed close up an...

– October 21, 1997

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NOTHING EASIER

NEW YORK -- German design house Rene Lezard is taking an uncomplicated approach to spring, showing full-cut dresses as well as tunic-and-pants teams and even wraparound tops.

– October 21, 1997

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FERRAGAMO'S RELAUNCH ON RODEO

Byline: Teena Hammond

BEVERLY HILLS -- "It's turned out to be exactly what we wanted," said a quite-satisfied Massimo Ferragamo.
The president and vice chairman of MODA...

– October 21, 1997

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YOHJI'S YEAR

PARIS -- It's been a banner year for Yohji Yamamoto. In past seasons, he's paid affectionate homage to classical fashion icons -- among them Coco Chanel and Christian Dior. And, for spring, his...

– October 21, 1997

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FOUNDERS TO LEAVE CALLANEN

NEW YORK -- Mickey Callanen and Bud Polley, who started the Callanen Watch Co. in 1984, are leaving the firm.
Callanen, 60, will retire from his post of president and chief executive...

– October 21, 1997

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EYE SCOOP

Tom Ford has designed the award statuette for Friday night's VH-1 Fashion Awards recipients, and, boy, is it a doozy. The silverplated sculpture -- a sleek, linear take on a Gotham skyscraper -- weighs 30...

– October 21, 1997

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GOLD MINE

NEW YORK -- Metallic looks have been a hot commodity lately, and gold is emerging as the metal of choice for fall '98. Luxe looks range from the all-out glamour of slinky gold lame jersey to the subtle...

– October 21, 1997

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TWO BIG JAPAN STORES' NET SLIP IN HALF

TOKYO -- Two leading Japanese department store chains reported profit declines for the six months through August.
Takashimaya reported an 8.5 percent drop in its...

– October 21, 1997

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NEIMAN'S TO BOLSTER ITS BASE WITH STORE IN DALLAS SUBURB

Byline: Holly Haber

DALLAS -- Seeking to strengthen its dominant position here, Neiman Marcus plans to open a 150,000-square-foot store in a new mall in...

– October 21, 1997

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