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THE DAY AFTER THE BIG BLAZE, A SMALL SHOP MULLS ITS FUTURE

Byline: Eric Wilson / With contributions from Rosemary Feitelberg

NEW YORK -- "We're still in shock."
Michael Cohen, a principal of M&J Trimming,...

– May 7, 1997

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IN THE MIDDLE

NEW EXEC AT BUGLE BOY: Timothy Perry has joined Bugle Boy Industries, which markets jeanswear and sportswear, as senior vice president and national sales manager of the misses' division.
Perry, who...

– May 7, 1997

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COUNTER PUNCH

BREATHING ROOM: Petrie Retail Inc. won bankruptcy court approval to extend to Feb. 15, 1998, its exclusive right to file a plan of reorganization. The exclusivity was to have expired from May 1. Petrie...

– May 7, 1997

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SUZY

Byline: Aileen Mehle

Notes From The Budding Romance Department: Hilary Geary, the blonde and beautiful New York and Southampton widow, and Senator Al D'Amato are very warm for spring, though where it goes...

– May 7, 1997

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IGEDO'S FOUR SEASONS GETS OFF TO A SOFT START

Byline: Melissa Drier

DUSSELDORF -- All was fairly quiet on the Dusseldorf fashion front as the first Igedo trade show under the new four-seasons concept got off...

– May 7, 1997

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INCOME FOR CAMMARATA OF TJX TRIPLED IN 1996

NEW YORK -- As his off-price empire swiftly expanded last year, so did the pay package of Bernard Cammarata, president and chief executive officer of TJX Cos.
Cammarata,...

– May 7, 1997

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FREDERICK E.M. BALLON

NEW YORK -- Frederick E.M. Ballon, 88, a leading bankruptcy attorney in the apparel and textile fields for more than 60 years, died April 25 in Palm Beach Hospital, Palm Beach, Fla.
During...

– May 7, 1997

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FULL TIME

NEW YORK -- Move over skinny pants -- wide-legged looks are back. Showing up as everything from office wear to casual knits, flowing styles are going full speed ahead this season.

– May 7, 1997

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FERTILE FOREIGN SOIL
CAROLEE DESIGNS IS A STUDY IN HOW TO TAKE AN AMERICAN NAME ABROAD.

Byline: Wendy Hessen

NEW YORK -- "We're a small, nimble, reactive company -- you'd better be, or you won't be...

– May 7, 1997

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N.Y. COUNTY EXECS: APPAREL TAX REPEAL WOULD HURT

Byline: Elizabeth Morrow / with contributions from Eric Wilson, New York

ALBANY, N.Y. -- A lobbying group for county executives in New York State has reported...

– May 7, 1997

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BONEPARTH APPOINTED MCNAUGHTON PRESIDENT

Byline: Anne D'Innocenzio

NEW YORK -- Norton McNaughton, Inc., the once high-flying moderate sportswear firm, on Tuesday named a 37-year-old investment banker, Peter...

– May 7, 1997

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MIXED MESSAGE

NEW YORK -- The fascination with sheer continues through fall. But now designers are infusing new strength by mixing the most delicate pieces with no-nonsense sportswear classics. Here, Telluride...

– May 7, 1997

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