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GAO REPORT SUGGESTS SOME CHANGES FOR CITA

Byline: Joyce Barrett and Jim Ostroff

WASHINGTON -- The investigative arm of Congress on Tuesday made public its report on the operation of the U.S.'s textile...

– October 2, 1996

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MICROSOFT OPENS NEW WINDOW FOR RETAILERS AR RISCON

Byline: Mark Millstein

CHICAGO -- Microsoft wants to change the way American retailers do business with a new generation of software that will streamline...

– October 1, 1996

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ARMANI SPARELY THERE

MILAN -- Feminine and breezy looks are drifting through the Milan spring collections. And even Giorgio Armani is adding a gentle touch to his luxuriously tailored clothes. This season, he says,...

– October 1, 1996

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BADGLEY MISCHKA'S NEW VOWS

NEW YORK -- Eveningwear team Mark Badgley and James Mischka are sending a new collection down the aisle -- not the catwalk -- for spring.
The designing duo, who've become darlings of...

– October 1, 1996

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CAPLAN GIVES MARCH OF DIMESMOMENTUM

NEW YORK -- The textile industry raised some $110,000 for the Greater New York March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation at a luncheon honoring Metro Fabrics president David Caplan...

– October 1, 1996

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COMPONENTS:BETTER SERVICE BOOSTS MARKETS

Byline: Stuart Chirls

NEW YORK -- Manufacturers of interlinings, shoulder pads and other components are sharpening their sales strategies and streamlining costs to keep...

– October 1, 1996

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DILLER: HSN WILL TURN AROUND IN '96

Byline: Jennifer L. Brady

SAN FRANCISCO -- Proclaiming that "the HSN ship has turned," Barry Diller, chairman of The Home Shopping Network, projected profit improvement,...

– October 1, 1996

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DONNA'S NEW DIGS

Byline: James Fallon

LONDON -- Donna Karan finally has her own stage.
The designer opened the world's largest freestanding Donna Karan store last week on New Bond Street here where she'll...

– October 1, 1996

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GELFAND LEAVING AS LOUIS FERAUD PRESIDENT, CEO

NEW YORK -- Gloria Gelfand is resigning as president and chief executive officer of Louis Feraud Inc., and will be succeeded by Susanne Neckermann.
Gelfand is...

– October 1, 1996

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LEE APPAREL CLOSING 3 U.S. PLANTS

NEW YORK -- Lee Apparel Co. said Friday it is closing two sewing plants and a wet processing facility and will realign its domestic finishing capacity as part of moves toward a lower...

– October 1, 1996

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KMART STOCK GAINS ON UPGRADE

NEW YORK -- Kmart Corp.'s common stock gained 11 percent or 1 point to 10 1/4 on the New York Stock Exchange Monday, after Morgan Stanley analyst Bruce Missett upgraded it to "strong buy"...

– October 1, 1996

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KENZO SKIPPING FASHION SHOW FOR SPRING-SUMMER '97 OFFERING

PARIS -- The house of Kenzo said Monday it will not stage a fashion show for its spring-summer 1997 collection.
The company, owned by LVMH Mot Hennessy...

– October 1, 1996

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