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U.S. APPAREL MAKERS PLAN BIG PUSH FOR CBI PARITY

Byline: Joyce Barrett

WASHINGTON -- Domestic apparel makers are planning a full-scale assault on Capitol Hill to promote broader trade benefits for the...

– July 17, 1997

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WILDLIFE GROUP SUING TAHITI OVER LICENSE

NEW YORK -- National Wildlife Federation has sued Tahiti Apparel Inc. for terminating a licensing agreement and not paying $225,000 in guaranteed royalties.
National...

– July 17, 1997

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LVMH PROPOSES TO MERGE GUINNESS, GRAND MET, MOET

PARIS -- Continuing its push for a three-way merger of its Moet Hennessy operations with the beverage businesses of Guinness and Grand Metropolitan, LVMH Moet Hennessy...

– July 17, 1997

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COURT'S ORDER UNCLOGS PORT IN LOS ANGELES

WASHINGTON -- It was almost business as usual Wednesday at the Port of Los Angeles after a judge ordered longshoremen back to work to start unloading a backlog of cargo from...

– July 17, 1997

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CLAIBORNE TAKES PLUNGE INTO FASHION SWIMWEAR

NEW YORK -- Sirena's licensed Liz Claiborne swimwear line, which makes its debut at department stores at the end of October, reflects the spirit of the apparel giant's...

– July 17, 1997

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APPAREL FABRICS ONGOING NET UP 10.5% AT GALEY & LORD

GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Galey & Lord said operating earnings in its apparel fabrics segment gained 10.5 percent to $11.6 million from $10.5 million a year...

– July 17, 1997

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A MATTER OF SECURITY

Byline: Janet Ozzard

NEW YORK -- The violent death of Gianni Versace has resulted in a reassessment by the fashion community of a subject many designers say they would rather not...

– July 17, 1997

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IN ACTIVE PURSUITS

Byline: Rosemary Feitelberg

CHICAGO -- When it comes to the women's activewear business, there are two approaches -- rah, rah, rah or blah, blah, blah.
Some industry executives are...

– July 17, 1997

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HISPANIC CAUCUS WON'T BACK FAST TRACK UNTIL NAFTA PROVISIONS ARE CHANGED

Byline: Joyce Barrett

WASHINGTON -- Congressional support for an extension of presidential negotiating authority for further free trade...

– July 17, 1997

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WHILE WORLD MOURNS, POLICE INTENSIFY HUNT FOR VERSACE'S KILLER

Byline: Eric Wilson / Janet Ozzard

MIAMI BEACH -- As the manhunt for Gianni Versace's killer intensified Wednesday, red roses and notes of love...

– July 17, 1997

Fashion

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BARNEYS ASKS FOR 6TH EXTENSION

Byline: Vicki M. Young

NEW YORK -- Barneys Inc. is seeking another extension of its exclusive right to file a plan of reorganization, this time to Dec. 2.
According to court...

– July 17, 1997

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U.S., E.U. NEAR PACT ON HIGH-END IMPORTS

Byline: Jim Ostroff

WASHINGTON -- The U.S. and European Union Wednesday reached a tentative agreement that would permit high-end fashion accessories of fabrics to be...

– July 17, 1997

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