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CONGRESSIONAL INSIDERS SEE LITTLE HOPE FOR FAST-TRACK

Byline: Joyce Barrett

WASHINGTON -- The fate of fast-track negotiating authority for trade pacts dimmed Monday as Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R.,...

– October 28, 1997

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THE COTTON CLUB

Byline: Karen Robinovitz

NEW YORK -- Osaj is a totally organic experience, and one that Renee Dixon is totally passionate about.
The 27-year-old entrepreneur has created Osaj, a line of...

– October 27, 1997

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MARKET STARS: MICROFIBER, LACE

Byline: Karyn Monget

NEW YORK -- A lot of action is expected at next week's late spring and transitional innerwear market, where makers will be showing line expansions, as well...

– October 27, 1997

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U.K. FOOD CHAIN TO DISCOUNT CALVIN

Byline: James Fallon

LONDON -- Britain's largest food retailer Tesco PLC said it is heightening the battle against selective distribution of major apparel and fragrance...

– October 27, 1997

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LINE ITEMS

What's showing up on this season's socks, in patterns of every stripe? You guessed it.

– October 27, 1997

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MARKET'S SEASONS MERGE

Byline: Rosemary Feitelberg

NEW YORK -- A market for all seasons -- that's what the November legwear event has become.
No longer exclusively for spring merchandise, next week's...

– October 27, 1997

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RETIREES SUING SEARS OVER SLASH IN VALUE OF LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES

NEW YORK -- A group of 38 retired workers is suing Sears, Roebuck & Co. over its decision to slash the value of their life insurance...

– October 27, 1997

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THE NEW YORK SPRING 1998 RUNWAY COLLECTIONS

NEW YORK -- The following calendar of runway presentations is current as of press time, but visitors should confirm times and places with the individual...

– October 27, 1997

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LACE TO THE FINISH

Spring's lacy overtones surface with their usual delicacy, showing up in mesh, eyelet and embroidered looks.

– October 27, 1997

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DONALD J. COOPER

NEW YORK -- Donald J. Cooper, 79, former chairman of Capital Mercury Shirt Corp., a manufacturer of women's and men's shirts, died Thursday at his home in South Orange, N.J.
Cooper apparently died...

– October 27, 1997

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EUROPE'S RUNWAYS BOUY MAKERS

Byline: Wendy Hessen

NEW YORK -- Accessories makers here have been energized by what they saw on the European designer runways this month.
Amid the much-talked-about demise of...

– October 27, 1997

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CALIFORNIA MART SELLS TO PARIS VIA VIDEO

Byline: Kristi Ellis, Los Angeles / Jennifer Weil, Paris

LOS ANGELES -- The California Mart went to Paris last week via a video conference, showing off fashion from the...

– October 27, 1997

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