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Lippes Opens First Shop

Contemporary designer Adam Lippes is opening his first freestanding store today in the Meatpacking District here.

Fighting the Tide: Holiday Beauty Sales Off to Strong Start

Call it a color-me Christmas. While the jury has barely begun to deliberate, the prestige beauty business seems to be dispelling pre-season holiday jitters.

Hilfiger Denim Paves Road to Retail

Hilfiger Denim's first U.S. store, a 3,700-square-foot space in SoHo opening today, underscores the company's commitment to retail growth.

Activewear Labels Recapture an Original Outdoor Category

Jeans are returning to their roots in the outdoors. Activewear clothiers, ranging from Columbia Sportswear and Nau to Burton and Puma, are adding...

Fortnum & Mason Gets a Facelift

Three hundred years ago, when America was a part of the British colonies and tea had yet to be shipped to Boston harbor, the legendary London food emporium...

Selfridges, Harrods Go Deeper Into Accessories

Although "It" bags that sell for thousands of dollars may build buzz about accessories, two London department stores are spotlighting some often-overlooked...

Two on the Town

Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce in their newly expanded Manhattan flagship which combines men's and women's.

Loehmann's CEO to Retire

Robert N. Friedman, who steered Loehmann's through a cornucopia of business cycles, from expansions and contractions to ownership changes, bankruptcy and...

Frederick Atkins Closing

Following several years of shrinking business, the venerable retail buying and consulting firm is calling it quits.

Leonard Lauder to CEW: Beware of Launch Fever

Leonard Lauder sounded a warning this week that the out-of-control fragrance launch machine could run off the tracks.

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