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Women’s Wear Daily
04.16.2014

WWD Collections Magazine

RETAIL

Outnet, Chanel Iman, Preen,

Direct, Internet and Catalogue

The Outnet Turns Five

The e-tailer will celebrate its anniversary with the help of designers and brands like Alexander McQueen, Oscar de la Renta, and Nicholas Kirkwood.


Specialty Stores

Benetton Flagship Sets Path for Future


Financial

House of Fraser Profits Climb for Fiscal Year

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BUSINESS

Wesley Card, Jones Group

People

Wesley Card Exits as Jones Splits Under Sycamore

Late Tuesday, the private equity firm said the rest of the business would be split up into four different operating companies.


Financial

Carrefour Sees Firm Signs of Recovery


Financial

China Data Boosts Europe’s Stock Markets

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MEN’S

Robinson Les Bains, pop-store

Fashion Scoops

Robinson Les Bains Opening Paris Pop-Up

The French swimwear label for men will transform its temporary venue in the Marais district into a trompe l’oeil indoor pool.


Retail/Business

Peter Millar to Open Madison Ave. Flagship


Retail/Business

Blind Barber Opens in Williamsburg

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Top Stories


Intl. Currency Fluctuations Hit Earnings

Europe
currency, fluctuation, wwd, 2014

Banana Republic Taps Marissa Webb

Marissa Webb

The Outnet Turns Five

Outnet, Chanel Iman, Preen,

NPD: Women's Apparel Sales Up 3.7%

NPD: Women's Apparel Sales Up 3.7%

Online purchases, outerwear and tailored merchandise pace sales gains.

North America

China's GDP Growth Slows in Q1

China's GDP Growth Slows in Q1

The government said China's economy is off to a strong start this year but also warned that it "still faces downward pressure."

Asia Pacific

Benetton Flagship Sets Path for Future

Benetton

Burberry Sales Climb 16.3%

Burberry Sales Climb 16.3%

Currency fluctuations continue to dent growth.

Europe

Adidas Links With Mary Katrantzou

Mary Katrantzou

Michael Kors Signs Luxottica License

WWD Summit, Michael Kors

Henri Bendel Cutting Ties With Vendors

Henri Bendel Cutting Ties With Vendors

The move will largely affect beauty and jewelry resources at the retailer's Fifth Avenue flagship.

North America

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