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A RICH LIFE

Byline: Sara Gay Forden / Samantha Conti / Alessandra Ilari

MILAN -- Gianni Versace rocked fashion.
Wherever he went, whatever he did, a maelstrom of celebrities, top models, paparazzi and press...

– July 16, 1997

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SHOW CALENDAR

The second half of 1997 promises another active round of trade shows in the U.S. Here's a list of many of the events packing the calendar. Dates are subject to revision, and visitors should confirm them...

– July 16, 1997

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PERIPHERALS MAKERS, UNITE IN PACT

Byline: Eric Wilson

NEW YORK -- UNITE settled two outstanding contracts with associations representing peripheral product manufacturers last week that differ significantly...

– July 16, 1997

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VERSACE: EDGE AND ENERGY

Byline: Bridget Foley

NEW YORK -- Fashion as event. The rock 'n' roll connection. The Hollywood connection. Tough Chic. Cyber Chic.
Gianni Versace pioneered them all.
He...

– July 16, 1997

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HOTEL UNIFORMS SET THE STYLE

Byline: Dianne M. Pogoda

NEW YORK -- When Stan Herman and William J. Morgan won the contract for the uniforms at the Monte Carlo Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, they weren't just...

– July 16, 1997

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HARBOR PILOT STRIKE IN L.A. SNARLS PACIFIC SHIPMENTS

Byline: Joanna Ramey

WASHINGTON -- A harbor pilots strike at the Port of Los Angeles Tuesday continued for the fourth day to throw delivery of Far East...

– July 16, 1997

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AN INDUSTRY GRIEVES

NEW YORK -- Upon the news of Gianni Versace's death, his friends and colleagues -- from royalty to rock stars -- reflected both on the singular vision of glamour and sexiness that permeated...

– July 16, 1997

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BARNEY'S NEW DIP UNSETTLED

NEW YORK -- Barneys' new $110 million debtor-in-possession loan is still up in the air. A hearing to resolve which creditors have priority claims over others for a piece of the DIP loan was...

– July 15, 1997

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MAN POWER

PARIS -- Get ready for more gender bending. Only this time around, it's not the androgynous sort, as the men's wear fabrics shown during last week's couture were softened by lots of feminine details. Here,...

– July 15, 1997

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SWATCHES

CAD GRAD: Lana Weber of the University of Idaho was the first-place winner in the active sportswear category in the 1997 Computer-Integrated Textile Design Association CAD Scholarship Competition. Students...

– July 15, 1997

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DESPITE A GOOD START, OUTERWEAR FIRMS KEEP ENTHUSIASM IN CHECK

Byline: Eric Wilson

NEW YORK -- It's hold-your-breath time in the outerwear market.
Retailers' initial orders are significantly heftier than in...

– July 15, 1997

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OWNERS OF GIGLI'S BUSINESS WEIGHING OFFERS TO BUY IT

Byline: Sara Gay Forden

MILAN -- Just two months after signing his business over to a European closed-end fund called Euromed Strategic Fund Ltd., Romeo...

– July 15, 1997

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