News

Fashion

article


DETAILS MAKE A COMEBACK
ACCESSORIES ARE FINDING THEIR WAY BACK INTO THE WARDROBE.

Byline: Julie Vargo

DALLAS -- After several seasons of minimalist chic, Southwestern women are ready to pour on some...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


THE WHITE WAY

Clean, crisp and very feminine, white is right on for spring.

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


GIANFRANCO FERRE COMES TO TOWN

Byline: Rusty Williamson

DALLAS -- A week before confirming that he might take his fashion empire to Wall Street, Italian designer Gianfranco Ferre had another kind of public...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


BRIDAL SHOW BUYERS WANT IT SIMPLE

Byline: Nancy Brumback

CHICAGO -- Brides are looking for clean, simple looks for spring and summer, according to retailers shopping the latest edition of the National Bridal...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


LABOR RALLIES ON SEVENTH AVE.

Byline: Eric Wilson / with contributions from Joanna Ramey, Washington

NEW YORK -- The labor movement's recent efforts to encourage grass-roots campaigning on college and high...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


FLIGHTS OF FANCY

NEW YORK -- Feathers are flying high as the trim of the moment, and they're adding an exotic touch to a variety of categories -- from handbags to sweaters. Whether it's colorful peacock and...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


NIGHT MOVES

Embroidery, beading and lace -- embellishment makes a comeback this season, showing up on both long and short sihouettes.

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


SHORT CUTS

Spring's short dresses show up as sexy shifts, romantic tanks and pretty printed numbers.

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


FUR MAKES THE TRIM

PARIS -- The news at Modamont, the trimmings fair held alongside Premiere Vision, was fur.
"They finally let us in," said Andreas Lenhart, managing director of Rosenberg & Lenhart of Frankfurt,...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


SAKS HOUSTON: READY TO DUKE IT OUT

Byline: Rusty Williamson / David Moin

HOUSTON -- By the time he cut the ribbon last month on Saks Fifth Avenue's newest, largest and most luxurious branch, here, Philip...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


FEDERATED SAYS MARGINS LOW IN ELECTRONICS

NEW YORK -- Consumer electronics failed to generate the profit margins of other categories and produced just 3 percent, or $151 million, of Federated Department Store sales...

– October 7, 1997

Fashion

article


HOUSE FAST-TRACK BILL HITS RESISTANCE

Byline: Joyce Barrett

WASHINGTON -- The Clinton administration withheld support of a preliminary House Republican fast-track proposal unveiled Monday, and a House...

– October 7, 1997

News from WWD
Newsletters

Sign upSign up for WWD and FN newsletters to receive daily headlines, breaking news alerts and weekly industry wrap-ups.

LatestPublications
getIsArchiveOnly= hasAccess=false hasArchiveAccess=false