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APPAREL CENTER SALE: STATUS QUO, FOR NOW
TENANTS DON'T EXPECT MUCH IMPACT ON BUSINESS FROM THE RECENT PURCHASE OF THE CENTER AND MERCHANDISE...

– March 19, 1998

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SUIT 'EM UP

Slim or slouchy, pantsuits show their strength for fall.

– March 19, 1998

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ON THE DARK SIDE

Byline: Elaine Glusac

When artist Cindy Sherman was asked to photograph fashion spreads for...

– March 19, 1998

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SEVENTIES LOOKS MAKE A SPLASH

Byline: Kristi Ellis / Teena Hammond

LOS ANGELES -- Retro Seventies junior...

– March 19, 1998

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ROMANCE IS KEY FOR FALL ACCESSORIES

Byline: Elaine Glusac

CHICAGO -- Pretty is back.
In accessories, as in...

– March 19, 1998

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BAD DAY AT BEAVERTON: NIKE ANNOUNCES HUGE CHARGE, 1,600 LAYOFFS

Byline: Catherine Curan / Rosemary Feitelberg / Thomas...

– March 19, 1998

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CORRECTION

Cosmopolitan magazine hired a private company to handle security at its "Fun, Fearless,...

– March 19, 1998

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INSIDER VIEW

Byline: Elaine Glusac

CHICAGO -- Fulfilling its mission to encourage young designers and...

– March 19, 1998

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LONG AND LEAN

MILAN -- Long, longer and longest for day -- that was the message of the European fall shows. For some...

– March 19, 1998

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GUESS REVISITED

Byline: Miles Socha

NEW YORK -- Over the past year, two major jeanswear brands stumbled: Levi's, because it didn't...

– March 19, 1998

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NEW LINES

CHICAGO -- The following companies are now represented at the apparel center.

Andre...

– March 19, 1998

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CAROLYN SCHNURER NOVECK DEAD AT 91

Byline: Lisa Lockwood

NEW YORK -- Carolyn Schnurer Noveck, a prominent sportswear and...

– March 19, 1998

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