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CALVIN KLEIN SUES MANUFACTURER, DUANE READE ON CK ONE MARK

NEW YORK -- Calvin Klein Cosmetics Co. filed suit against discount fragrance producer Designer Quality Impressionists International Ltd. for using the CK One...

– May 9, 1995

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– May 9, 1995

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EYE SCOOP

Norma Desmond isn't the only diva on Broadway these days. When photographers called out to Kathleen Turner by her first name at the Drama League's Annual Awards luncheon in New York last week, she reprimanded...

– May 9, 1995

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U.S. UNDERWEAR MAKERS SEEKING TO GET 807 IMPORT LIMITS CANCELED

Byline: Joyce Barrett, with contributions from Jim Ostroff, Scottsdale, Ariz.

WASHINGTON -- Six major U.S. underwear manufacturers are...

– May 9, 1995

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COST CONTROLS BOOST MAY, MERCANTILE NETS

Byline: Valerie Seckler, with contributions from Jennifer L. Brady

NEW YORK -- Despite heavy promotions of women's wear and soft business overall, May Department Stores...

– May 9, 1995

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NEW YORK FALL
ONE OF THE LEADING LIGHTS OF CONSERVATIVE CHIC CAPITALIZES ON THE SEASON WITH POLISHED SUITS IN RICH TEXTURES.

St. John: Conservative Chic has always been a winning formula for St. John. And this...

– May 9, 1995

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POLYESTER: BACK WITH A BANG

Byline: Allegra Holch and Michael McNamara

NEW YORK -- It's pricy and popular.
Polyester, the fiber that used to conjure up images of cheesy, double-knit leisure suits, is...

– May 9, 1995

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WOOLWORTH DETAILS FARAH COMPENSATION

NEW YORK -- Roger N. Farah, chairman and chief executive officer of Woolworth Corp., received a $1 million sign-on bonus, a $1.5 million base salary, options for 800,000 shares...

– May 9, 1995

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ALL IN THE FAMILY

Valentino was a triple threat at the annual Boys' Club of New York spring dance last week. All three co-chairwomen wore the same model of one of his dresses -- on purpose.
"Well, we are sisters,"...

– May 9, 1995

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CHINA RENEWS DRIVE FOR A BERTH IN WTO

Byline: John Zarocostas

GENEVA -- China began two weeks of around-the-clock "confidential" bilateral talks with the United States, the European Union, Japan and other...

– May 9, 1995

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AAMA MEETING TOLD: GO GLOBAL -- OR ELSE

Byline: Jim Ostroff

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- Confronted with new international trade rules that will open the U.S. market to foreign competitors, domestic apparel makers are...

– May 9, 1995

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SWATCHES

DORLASTAN DOINGS: Bayer Inc., maker of Dorlastan spandex, is set to break a series of print advertisements, its first new print ad campaign in five years.
The ad program will debut Monday in several fashion...

– May 9, 1995

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