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Women’s Wear Daily
04.17.2014

WWD Collections Magazine

THE MARKETS

Bangladesh, Buriganga River

The Markets Features

Bangladesh's Toxic Tanneries

More than 50 years of weak regulation has led to severe environmental effects and has deteriorated workers’ health, according to an industry association.


Juniors

Perry Ellis Signs Children's Wear License


Ready-to-Wear and Sportswear

Gant Taps Patrik Nilsson as CEO

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BEAUTY

Paintbox, nail salon

Color Cosmetics

Paintbox Paints a Fresh Picture for Nails

The SoHo space serves as a place to enjoy coffee, espresso, sparkling water, Champagne or wine while soaking off gel polish or receiving a quick polish change.


Fragrance

Lacoste Launches New Scent for Men


Hair

Natu Rolls Out at Target

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RETAIL

WWD, Bird, store, 2014, Jennifer Mankins, Williamsburg

Retail Features

The Bird's Eye of Brooklyn

Brooklyn retailer Bird, which is marking 15 years in business, has influenced change in the borough through its fashion and retail point of view.


People

Trish Donnelly Said Headed to Urban Outfitters


Designer and Luxury

MM6 Opens Second New York Unit

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BUSINESS

Mulberry Pre-Fall 2014

Financial

Mulberry Issues Another Profit Warning

The British brand re-thinks its strategy, lowers its prices, and downshifts the pace of new store openings in the current year.


Textiles

Alliance Talks Milestones in Bangladesh


Financial

Cherokee Posts Lower Q4 Net Income

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Top Stories


Sears Stock Jumps 14.1%

North America
Wall Street; Hurricane Irene

Van Assche Eschews Pre-Collection

Dior Homme

Alliance Talks Milestones in Bangladesh

Alliance Talks Milestones in Bangladesh

Showing its willingness to be transparent and share progress, the Alliance for Bangladesh Worker Safety held a press briefing in Dhaka Thursday.

Asia Pacific

The Bird's Eye Of Brooklyn

WWD, Bird, store, 2014, Jennifer Mankins, Williamsburg

Mulberry Issues Profit Warning

Mulberry Cara Delevingne RTW Fall 2014

Rethinking the Luxe Consumer

Rethinking the Luxe Consumer

Brands must adapt to recapture savvy, cautious postrecession buyers.

North America

Gap Inc. Outlines China Growth Plans

Gap, Japan

Bangladesh's Toxic Tanneries

Bangladesh, Buriganga River

Shiseido Lifts FY Outlook

Shiseido Lifts FY Outlook

The company said it will release better-than-expected full-year numbers next week.

Asia Pacific

Love Stories: Investors Eye Luxe Arena

Love Stories: Investors Eye Luxe Arena

Investors are falling for shares of companies with a simple story to tell.

North America

ACCESSORIES

Marika, EIF Revlon Run/Walk for Women

Intimates and Activewear

Marika Grows Licensed Products Portfolio

The FAM Brands division has signed a multiyear agreement with Glance Eyewear, which will complement the existing Marika active apparel agreements.


Eyewear

Michael Kors Signs Luxottica License


Footwear

Etro Brings Shoes In-House

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